Yesterday, we kicked off our neutral and natural project by sharing the kitchen, living room and dining room. And as promised, we’re back with even more inspiring spaces from the same house. Today, it’s all about getting relaxed in the Primary Bedroom & Bathroom.
For the Primary Bedroom & Bathroom, we continued our simple palette of black & white, while also embracing the use of texture and layering to add interest. Utilizing sculptural furniture, modern lighting, and a mixture of soft and hard, we created a cohesive suite that’s as warm and welcoming as it is polished.
Keep scrolling to see all the images of the Primary Suite (and shop all the pieces to bring this look home). And be sure to check out all the other spaces: The Living Room & Kitchen, Guest Bedrooms, and the Club Room & Outdoor Lounge.
If you want to see even more of our design work, check out 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.
To create a Primary Bedroom that felt like a soothing place to escape to, we started with a sand-colored grasscloth wall covering which instantly makes the space feel warm and enveloping. Additional texture comes in through the cane bed, a ridged dresser, and tonal white art above the bed. The Plus Rug from Nordic Knots helps ground the space and crisp white linen bedding pops against the darker tones in the space. Wood nightstands and sculptural lamps, along with a modern leather bench, bring in some strong lines and graphic punch. Opposite the bed, a seating area features a totem-like floor lamp and Mid-century inspired lounge chair, with a graphic piece of art from Bobby’s own line above the dresser. Rustic wood beams on the ceiling tie in the natural feel, while the Staggered Glass 6-Light Chandelier from West Elm brings a bit of sleekness and shine.
1. Velvet Lumbar Pillow | 2. Gauze Texture Square Throw Pillow | 3. Staggered Glass 6-Light Chandelier | 4. Vik Table Lamp | 5. Delano Black Leather Floor Lamp | 6. Seven Drawer Double Dresser | 7. Jumbo Daybench | 8. Modern Totem Table Lamp | 9. Matthew Chair | 10. Textured On White Wall Art | 11. Lines and Time I Framed Art | 12. Sydney Bed | 13. Organic Cotton Solid Sheet Set | 14. Nidia Small Single Stem Vase | 15. Double Cloth Blanket | 16. Organic Solid Duvet & Sham Set | 17. Plus Rug | 18. Logan Industrial Nightstand
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Our goal for the Primary Bathroom was to keep things simple and serene, with white walls and accents of grey and black. The built-in vanities feature warm wood door fronts, grey stone counters, and slick wall mount faucets. A wall-to-wall black frame mirror brings in some edge, while the O&G Contrapesso Double Sconce from Rejuvenation is a sculptural statement piece. But the best part of this bathroom has to be the wall of glass doors that open onto a private patio area.
1. O&G Contrapesso Double Sconce | 2. Catania Fringe Hand Towel | 3. Black Marble Soap Pump | 4. Natural Bristle Toothbrush | 5. Sono Bathroom Tumbler | 6. Totem Vase
Like what you see? Let us know your favorites in the comments below! And don’t forget to come back tomorrow as we reveal the guest bedrooms in this home.
Hello. I love the textured print behind the bed and followed the link but the two don’t look the same at all. Were you just suggesting a similar substitute?
The art used in the master bedroom was from Leftbank Art which is a trade resource. We linked up a similar one that was available to the public. This one is another option that is a large textured canvas: https://rstyle.me/+5SYDm6wiQ43ifZMNKUysBA
and this one is a printed canvas option that is a bit more affordable: https://rstyle.me/+yTaiORIn65BMhBYtWyoXdA
Thanks for reading! xx -B
Inspirational ! I just love your style Bobby.
Thanks so much for reading! xx -B
Thank you for creating this pleasant and helpful “place”. I was reading your advice about how often to wash the bedwear, and just wanted to coment, from personal experience, that for those of us living in hot-humid-dusty areas of the globe, once a week for sheets is the way to go. And all the other things also in double frequency comparing to your recommendation . Thanks again, blessings, Gabriela.
Hey! Thanks so much for your comment. Hope you’re staying safe & cool this summer in your home. xx -B