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Mid-Century Modernized: Primary Bedroom & Bathroom (And Everything You Need To Get The Look)

Yesterday we kicked off our Mid-Century Modernized project by sharing the Living Room, Kitchen, and Dining Room. And today we’re back to share spaces that are calming, but still full of Mid-Century character: the Primary Bedroom & Bathroom.    

For the Master Bedroom and Bath, we continued the color story from the rest of the home, but also brought in soft textures, some playful accessories, and a whole lot of relaxing vibes. The results are a Master Suite that’s full of Mid-Century inspired style, but updated for 21st Century living.

Keep scrolling to see all the images of these spaces (and shop all the pieces to bring this look home). And click here to see all the other spaces: Living Room, Kitchen & Dining, Office & Media Room, and The Guest Bedroom, Bathroom & Laundry Room.


If you want to see even more of our design work, check out Neutral & Natural: The Full Home Tour, Bobby’s Parents’ Home Makeover, Sunny Scandinavian: The Full Home Tour, Modern Boho: The Full Home Tour and Bold and Black: The Full Home Tour.


In the Primary Bedroom, we definitely got the blues. (No, not the sad kind, the making-a-statement colorful kind.) The navy grasscloth accent wall really sets the tone for the space, adding texture and catching your eye as soon as you enter. It also provides a perfect backdrop for the linen and caramel leather on the Kirkeby Upholstered Bed from Bobby’s line with A.R.T. Furniture. Also making a statement- the vaulted wood-paneled ceiling and oversize globe pendant that add much visual interest and draw your eye upwards. We again used Flor tiles to create an oversized area rug, this time a subtle black & white stripe that plays with pattern. The wood tones and clean lines of the Gehl Nightstands and Dresser (also from Bobby’s line) keep the Mid-Century vibes going strong- as does that classic tufted black leather daybed. It’s the perfect spot to start the day with a morning cup of coffee (which you can conveniently place on the sculptural Charley C-Side Table by West Elm). Opposite the bed, a seating area with a streamlined blue velvet lounge chair and Modern Totem Table Lamp by West Elm is suited for curling up with a book (or just admiring this gorgeous bedroom). And since this room is about the blues, we continued the navy tones throughout with a fiber wall hanging, framed print, and polka dot pillow



We designed the Primary Bath to be a space that was made for relaxing and getting refreshed. (And after a soak in the freestanding tub, how could you not be?) Light grey walls and abundant natural light create a calming vibe, and the oversize shower (with playful blue penny floor tiles) is an everyday luxury we could definitely enjoy. A large round mirror and linear sconces tie in with the modern elements of the home and provide the perfect place for getting ready. And the wood front of the vanity, along with a wooden stool by the tub, brings in some warmth that contrasts nicely with the cooler tones in the space.

1. Infinity Black Round Wall Mirror | 2. Goodfellow Shampoo & Body Wash | 3. Goodfellow Body Wash | 4. Wood Stacking Side Table | 5. Surf Vase | 6. Medium Acacia Soap Dish | 7. Tara Double Wall Light | 8. Serving Board With Leather Handles | 9. Sea Sponges | 10. Jumbo Waffle Cotton Bath Towel | 11. Brass Candle | 12. Matches In White Jar | 13. White Bath Towel | 14. Cream Diamond Towel | 15. Crocodile 1 Framed Art 



Well, what do you think? Let us know your favorite space in the comments below! And don’t forget to check back each day this week as we reveal the rest of this modernized space!

  1. I would LOVE more information on the ceiling treatment in the bedroom. We have vaulted, angled ceilings in our bedroom and living room, but in both cases the room length is shorter or same size as ceiling height, making it hard to figure out paint and decor, without feeling overwhelmed

    1. We used Walnut tongue and groove to cover the ceiling in this project, and I love how it turned out. You can achieve a similar look with this product or opt for a faux wood for a more affordable option. Thanks for your comment. xx -B