This week on the blog we are showing you the final project in our Wentworth Estate blog series! Our client had been wanting to renovate her master bedroom for a while and after seeing her main floor makeover and her completed office space, designed by our In House senior designer Alanna, she called us back in to work on her bedroom.

The goal for this master bedroom was to create a feminine space where our client could kick back her heels and relax. As an added bonus, her husband was totally cool with the look of the room despite all of its feminine touches. We call that a win! Our client grew up in Vancouver and the love for cherry blossom trees has been ingrained in her so, it was love at first sight when we came across this gorgeous Harlequin wallpaper!

The warmer tones in the room were selected based on the existing carpet and sandstone rock around the fireplace. We had to keep these elements in mind when we selected any new items for the room.

In keeping with the overall traditional vibe of the room, we selected a tufted headboard from Restoration Hardware that perfectly complemented the space. We went with a light gray linen upholstery to match the wallpaper and a neutral and warm gray paint for the walls. We used the cream tone from the wallpaper to select a textured ivory drapery fabric for the stationary drapery panels that define the windows.

We kept the existing nightstands and dresser but all other pieces were purchased new for this makeover. One of our favourite purchases for this space was the gorgeous makeup vanity that we found from RH Teen, featured above. It was the perfect size for the floorplan but visually appeared quite small on the large expanse of the wall due to the vaulted ceilings. We chose to hang mirrors and juju hats (available for purchase from our Studio Shop) to visually expand the composition and fill up more of the wall. We love how this turned out!

To add sparkle to the room we selected crystal table lamps with a subtle crackled texture for the nightstands. The lamps were large in size, to help balance the height of the headboard, but they still managed to maintain the delicate and light vibe of the room.

Do you see that beautiful, textured bedding? The one that you just want to jump in to and sleep for days? Our client purchased it on a recent trip to Vancouver at one of her (and our) all-time favourite home decor stores, The Cross. We added a few accent pillows, a combination of store-bought and custom made, to break up the white and voila – there’s a bed that you’re never going to want to leave.

That wraps up our series of Wentworth Estate transformation blogs. We hope you loved this project as much as we did! Make sure to follow along on Instagram for more behind-the-scenes action.

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