First we revealed the main floor, and next the three kid’s bedrooms – now it’s time for you to see the Parkdale Estate master bedroom! We are thrilled that this project was also featured in the June and December issues of Western Living Magazine.

This space was pretty much empty when we arrived so we started with a blank canvas! The palette chosen for the bedroom was an extension of the creamy, neutral tones used in the adjoining master ensuite. Although it may appear that the bedroom’s colour scheme pales in comparison (pun intended) to the bold colours used throughout the rest of the house, we made up for it by layering several neutral textures and patterns.

One of the main tasks for this space was to give our client the ability to completely black out the room to accommodate for their shift work. Long hours and late nights means catching z’s during the day, so this was a priority! We used blackout drapery layered over inset shades to accomplish our goal.

Reena chose to layer the gorgeous euro pleat drapery behind the nightstands to visually extend the pattern and texture in the room. The nightstands have beautiful gilded antique mirrored doors that perfectly accentuate the warm tones in the drapery!

Let’s talk texture. The soft, shimmery area rug was chosen to support the tone on tone scheme but what we loved was that the subtle chevron pattern added additional texture underfoot. The neutral theme even extended to the artwork where we selected a diptych from Natural Curiosities which made a statement with it’s bold shimmer and soft texture, without the need for colour.

We worked hard to layer textures and patterns in similar tones and made a conscious decision to mix metallic in this space which included accents in both nickel and brass.

To follow along on the journey of each of the Parkale Estates projects with us, check out #IHParkdaleEstate on Instagram! 

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