Eclectic and Romantic Master Suite Makeover

Designers Jackie Bayer and Sadie Sanchez of Amanda Austin Interiors created a one-of-a-kind master suite for a homeowner who loves all things feminine, romantic and covered in jewels.
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Photo By: Amanda Austin Interiors ©Scripps Networks, LLC

Photo By: Amanda Austin Interiors ©Scripps Networks, LLC

Photo By: Amanda Austin Interiors ©Scripps Networks, LLC

Photo By: Amanda Austin Interiors ©Scripps Networks, LLC

Photo By: Amanda Austin Interiors ©Scripps Networks, LLC

Perfect Mix of Texture and Pattern

Subtle patterns and textures blend beautifully in this eclectic bedroom, which features both romantic and bohemian styles. A neutral demask-patterned grasscloth wallcovering seems to envelope the bedroom in warmth, while draperies and a large traditional area rug provide a cozy atmosphere.

Playing Up Neutrals

At the foot of the canopy bed sit two brown chairs. Patterned throw pillows and intricate carvings along the chair legs add interest to the room, though the sitting area is kept understated in neutral tones.

Color Inspiration

A floral tufted bench combines the pink and purple jewel tones seen throughout this romantic bedroom. A touch of gold on the bench legs adds a glamorous touch.

New and Improved Bathroom

The master bathroom, which once felt tiny, utilizes light colors and marble details, resulting in a more glamorous room that makes the most of space constraints. A pair of open shower curtains shows off the beautiful green tile work surrounding the bath.

Small Space Tricks

A large mirror that stretches all the way to the shower visually expands this small bathroom.

Details That Make a Difference

A glass sconce mounted to the bathroom mirror adds a Hollywood vibe to this beautiful master bathroom, while the white vessel sink is a nice feminine touch.

Double Duty Design

The designers' favorite detail of the makeover was the recessed medicine cabinet in the bathroom. It adds great storage, but because it's covered in artwork, it just looks like added decor when it is closed.