It’s been many weeks since I started pulling our casual coastal master bedroom together. Remember, I even shared this master bedroom mood board with you to give you an idea of what kind of space I was hoping to achieve. Today, I’m thrilled to share the final result. I’m so happy with the way it turned out. It’s casual, it feels luxurious, it’s sophisticated, and the best part is that we were able to achieve this in a rental! It’s pretty amazing when you consider the blank canvas we began with.
The biggest transformation of this space has been the wallpaper accent wall that we added behind the bed. I don’t love the wall color in this house but I don’t loathe it enough to paint in here. Adding the wallpaper was the perfect solution. I hope to share some tips and tricks to adding peel and stick wallpaper soon but for now, I will say that it took us about an afternoon to do the one wall and it the effort was definitely worth the work.
I had snagged these nightstands as soon as they became available because I loved the color and the hardware. The deep blue goes with the casual coastal look I’m going for with a modern twist. They are a bit on the smaller side but we have a small room so I think they work just fine in here.
My only complaint is that they don’t have much surface area on top for anything more than a lamp but honestly, it’s for the best that way I can’t collect junk on my bedside table.
The juju hat above the bed is probably the thing I was most excited about for this space. I’ve always struggled to find the right something to hang over this bed. Since the headboard has a bit of an arch straight lines never seemed to work well. The large round juju hat works perfectly. It’s so well made and I love the softness that it brings to this space.
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For the pillows (which is always the most fun part), I focused on texture more than patterns since we already have pattern on the wall. I did three dark blue euro shams in the back, two wide striped throw pillows, and a long lumbar pillow to go across the front. I searched far and wide for the perfect lumbar and ended up just using this one I had gotten from Home Goods years ago.
I always splurge on bedding because I love going to bed and feeling like I’m in a luxurious hotel. I finally upgraded our sheets when Boll & Branch sent their Hemmed Sheet Set in the color Shore and I’m obsessed. That coupled with this linen diamond quilt hit the mark.
The other little thing we added in here was the art shelf. I’m still waiting for a few pieces of art to come in before I share it in its own blog post but I do enjoy how it’s coming together.
And we can’t not talk about this rug. The original rug I was thinking of arrived and the texture wasn’t what I was hoping for. It’s more of a mat and less of a rug. I went back to the drawing board and ended up getting this rug which is actually the same rug we have in our living room in another colorway! I guess you could say I really like it.
Rudy is a fan of all the changes and we find him laying around up here on the regular. Below you’ll find all the links for the products in this space. Let me know if you have any questions!