Whether you deem yourself a social fanatic or a devotee of solitary confinement, everyone, and I mean EVERYONE needs their own individual space. Kitchens and craft rooms tend to be high on the list for these spaces, but I personally love creating my own unique space in my master bedroom. And what better way to get your own private sanctuary than by creating a farmhouse master bedroom you’ll love.
Use Neutral or Light Bedding Colors
The color choices you pick can really make or break the look of the room. Keep in mind that neutral colors for bedding, as well as rug choice are very important in complimenting each other.
I love the makeover I gave to our farmhouse master bedroom in our old house. Neutral bedding with pops of accents or throws are a great way to keep it both simple and classy. I used a white comforter and pillows, then accented with striped sheets, a throw and a couple toss pillows. See more of this room here.
The bedding in this master bedroom is so fun! I love how YesMissy styled the bed with striking white and complimentary gray tones. You can never go wrong adding in a bit of buffalo check patterns.
Use Natural Wood Accents
Using natural wood accents in your master bedroom is a great way to give it a farmhouse flair. I love the use of the wood accent pieces in this bedroom, like the bench and the rustic window, as well as the decorative pieces above the headboard.
The wood floor and the wood ceiling, plus the gorgeous barn door just make this room amazing. Never underestimate the power of wood accents!
Keep it Simple on the Walls
Shiplap walls – You’d be surprised at how much a simple wall design can impact the overall effect in a room. I just love the white colors and simple shiplap design in this bedroom. The fun cutout above the bed completes the space.
Wainscoting – I just love how there isn’t any additional decor above the bed in this room. The wall design is the featured element and really pops against the lighter colored bed frame and headboard.
Here is another gorgeous example of shiplap walls, but this one adds a wood beam element that really makes the room look fantastic.
Add a Light Fixture as a Focal Point
Adding some type of light fixture like a large chandelier will do wonders for the overall theme and design of the room. I love the subtle gold and brown tones in this chandelier really compliment the wood beams. It’s the perfect ceiling design!
Black iron chandeliers like this one are definitely on the rise for popularity and style preferences. This one screams modern farmhouse with its black iron elements.
Although this room is simple in color palette, the stylish elements are in no way lacking. I love this big chandelier hanging in the center.