You’ve seen a few sneak peeks on Instagram, but today you’re going to get the entire view of my favorite master bedroom makeover to date! I love this room reveal because I thoughtfully and slowly helped the owners choose every single piece in this space. Little by little, it has come together, and I’m so happy to announce that it is finally done!
This is the master bedroom of my brother, Ryan, and his girlfriend, Sarah. They just bought this condo at the beginning of the summer here in Chicago. They actually live less than a mile from Finn & I so we get to see them all the time, which is amazing! It’s the top floor of a building in Wicker Park, and the entire interior is modern and sun-filled. It doesn’t get any better than that…
We’ve shared this space over the past few months, so catch up with the posts below.
- The Before & Gameplan
- Bedroom Progress
- How to Make a Faux Fiddle Look Real
- Choosing a Mirror
- Choosing Modern Art
Now that you’ve got the details, let’s get to the good stuff.
Modern Master Bedroom – Room Reveal
First, let’s discuss the bed side of the room. Because this space is so large, we anchored it with a gorgeous 9×12 rug from Lulu & Georgia. That exact rug is sold out, but this one is very similar. We then added in the large furniture pieces, including the canopy bed from Restoration Hardware.
I’ve always loved 4 post beds, and this one works so well in this space because of the tall ceilings. The slim black bars really draw your eyes up to the gorgeous architectural details of this space.
Besides the bed, the bench is my favorite piece in this entire space. It truly does make the room. Sarah always laughs because I say the bench feels like butter, but it truly does. You could sit on it all day and pet that leather continuously. Sigh. Worth every penny.
We ended up adding a third Euro sized pillow to the bed and it was a great call. One of our readers suggested it and was spot on! It just makes the bed look more put together and fluffier!
Guys, I searched and searched for the perfect quilt or blanket for the end of the bed. I couldn’t find one I loved that would be big enough for the king bed. But then I found this one in store at Target and it’s perfect. Black & white dots, plus it’s reversible! (The brand is Project 62, but it looks like they’re all out of this exact throw.)
Ryan & Sarah ended up choosing some art for their walls from Minted and I then used my favorite (& super affordable) slim black frames from Michaels. I have these over my nightstands and Bridget used them in her office space. The best frames ever with those thick mats!
Now let’s take a look at this other side of the room, which is brand new to the blog as we haven’t shown this side at all yet. We found this gorgeous dresser from Megmade here in Chicago and had them paint it the color “Raccoon Fur.”Tons of storage in this bad boy, and I love the mid-century lines on this piece.
They had someone mount the TV right on over it, which worked out perfectly. No wires and no crazy boxes in sight. Just pretty accessories to display on top of the dresser.
And finally…let’s chat about the mirror. We had a lot of great contenders but ultimately ended up going with this one from CB2. I love the black and brass accents on this piece.
And how about that view? Such a pretty shot.
If you’re looking for the sources for any of the pieces in this place, here’s a comprehensive list. Let me know if I’m missing anything.
Master Bedroom Source List
Bed // Rug (similar) // Bench // Nightstands // Faux Fiddle Leaf Plant // Round Brass Mirror // Lamps // White Bedding // White Lumbar // Black Velvet Pillows // Minted Art 1 // Minted Art 2 // Dresser (custom from Megmade) // Full-Length Mirror // Accessories (mostly HomeGoods)
While a lot of the accessories in this space were budget-friendly, I know some of the bigger items were a bit pricey. That’s why I’m planning an entire post on how to get this look for less! Expect that post coming your way in the coming weeks.
Let’s call that a wrap on this master bedroom. I’ve gotta say, it was so fun decorating a brand-new space for a couple with a similar aesthetic to ours. Plus, shopping and decorating is always fun when you’re not the one footing the bill. Ha! 😉Casey