Courtney Warren is a Texas-based interior designer whose work has been featured in Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Apartment Therapy, and Today.com. She is a frequent consultant on Fox 4 TV’s Good Day program in Dallas, was ranked in the top 3 percent of interior designers in the US by Houzz.com, and starred in the Dallas episode of TLC’sFour Houses. She delights in helping overwhelmed clients create beautiful spaces—and will never turn down a warm chocolate chip cookie or Diet Dr Pepper.
Ahhh, there it is–finally. Your master bedroom project turned out just as you imagined. No, even better. It’s a haven. So stylish, so you. And then–you wake up! It was just a dream. Cue the frowny face!
Not for these clients of mine! We identified their style, crafted a vision, and then turned it into reality. From “so-sad-mattress-on-the-floor” and “Well, we’ve just never made our room a priority…” to these happy, inviting spaces that delight and welcome every day.
Reader poll: would you rather go to dreamland via A (above) or B (below)?
That’s what I thought. Me too.
Now, I totally understand that it often takes a while to get set up if you’ve just moved in. To develop a feel for your new place and think through what you might like to do with it. But more than one of my clients has asked for help with a master bedroom because, although they had been set up for quite some time, the effect was just so…meh.
So we brought in the style.
Who wouldn’t want to be a guest at your house when your guest room looks like this? The artwork sets the tone and colorway for the room, and the punch of color and perfect mirror duo complete the transformation.
Master bedrooms are frequently overlooked on the home priority list, but they’re very important! They’re a haven away from the rest of the home!
Is there a bedroom project in your home that has been stalled for WAY TOO LONG? What do you think you’d like to do with it?