Master Bedroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2012

Blog Cabin's original interior doors form a compelling wainscot in the home's bright and airy bedroom.

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

The standout feature of the master bedroom, a decorative wall treatment incorporates interior 4-panel rail and stile doors reclaimed during the renovation of Blog Cabin 2012.

Doors rest atop 1x18 trim board milled locally. Vintage crown molding, purchased at Elmer's Barn in Coppers Mills, Maine, serves as an ideal cap to the design.

An antique table manufactured by E. H. Mason Office Furniture serves as a nightstand. "When I got it it was in original condition," says interior decorator Victoria Lesser. "We painted the legs and sanded the top and sanded the front of the drawer to bring out the natural color."

The bedroom's vintage light fixture came from an industrial space or schoolhouse, surmises interior decorator Victoria Lesser, who purchased the piece in upstate New York.

A jewelry chest turned nightstand, updated with a wash of paint, stands in contrast to a contemporary table lamp.

The bed is dressed in a simple cotton quilt, linens and quilted duvet. A seed-cloth burlap bag doubles as a lumbar pillow.

"It was made for that spot," says interior decorator Victoria Lesser of a vintage, 11-foot-long bench purchased locally. The furnishing may have originally served as an athletic field bench.

A long hallway provides a dramatic entrance to the master suite and accommodates two 4-foot-wide storage closets.

Floors clad in Australian Cypress complement a sunny shade of "white raisin" wall color selected by online voters.

Blog Cabin's original double front door set was cleaned, repainted and installed in the master suite entrance. Doors come with the original lock and skeleton key mechanism.

A chenille tapestry rug chosen by online voters anchors the expansive master bedroom. The flower and vine motif, reminiscent of Arts and Crafts-era designs, continues the room's vintage design motif.

The mirror removed, an old vanity top turns frame for a flat-screen TV. A dresser of similar provenance becomes the base of the bedroom entertainment center, which provides storage for both media equipment and linens.

"These furnishings came from two different regions of the country yet somehow there was a great marriage," says interior decorator Victoria Lesser of the custom-designed entertainment center.

Matt Muenster and the Bath Crashers crew fashioned a new king-sized bed from old table legs trimmed to size, plywood, reclaimed house trim and 4x4 drops from the bathroom vanity corners.

A pocket door, outfitted with custom frosted panes, divides master bedroom from bathroom.

Dark wood plantation shutters provide privacy in the master bedroom while allowing light to stream in through the sliding doors and windows.

A quiet, energy-saving cooling and heating system keeps the temperature in the master bedroom at a constant — and comfortable — setting.

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