Master Bedroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2010

A homey and inviting space, the bedroom successfully pairs textures, fabrics and thoughtful accents. A shiplap pine ceiling and wheat-colored wall color lend cottage elegance.

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Inviting Master Bedroom with Natural Light

Tucked in the back corner of Blog Cabin 2010, the master bedroom boasts a queen-size bed, endless views of the countryside and plenty of leg room.

Wood that trims windows is stained a cherry shade to complement prefinished, hardscaped flooring. Natural woven shades provide privacy while filtering sunlight into the room.

Befitting a Catskill Mountains getaway, bedding takes on an heirloom quality. A cotton patchwork quilt is folded at the bed's end, should evenings turn chilly. A Matelasse bed skirt and lumbar pillow add to the cozy feel.

A button-tufted side chair upholstered in a soft seersucker fabric provides a quiet spot to read or reflect and enjoy the view of the barn and farmland beyond.

Vintage in design, an antiqued iron headboard complements the iron-rings table lamp.

An art piece displayed on the far wall picks up the room's pastel color palette and complements the quilt's patches of floral print.

A mirrored deco-style cabinet serves as a display stand for a 30-inch, flat-screen TV. The storage unit also brightens the room by reflecting light back into the space.

A bamboo chair topped with a ruffled pillow offers another relaxation spot. It's paired with a trump art-style display shelf that holds art glass, framed photos and extra bed linens.

The master bedroom features its own private entrance, which leads to the back deck. Antique-style scroll hooks keep sun hats and other outdoor attire at the ready.

Vintage-style fixtures, including the bedroom closet's hardware, lend a sense of permanence to the newly remodeled space.

Light, bright and playful, botanical prints in distressed wood frames are a subtle nod to the home's rural setting.

A modern double-drum light fixture serves as a nice foil to wide-plank shiplap pine ceiling. Nooks, crannies and imperfections add to the room's charm.

A nook is dedicated to custom shelving, which is chock-a-block with decorative accessories and seagrass storage baskets.

The master bedroom leads to the hallway, which was widened by 1 1/2 feet during the home's construction. Walls are partially clad in wainscoting, and semi-flush copper pendant lights, which lend a lodge look, brightened the space.

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