Before entering the Master Bedroom of the Brady home, you pass through this vestibule that sets the stage for what’s to come. It’s like an appetizer before a great meal. We introduce the room by showing off a little leg(s) of this faux bois demi-lune table in antique silver. We topped it off with a crystal lamp, three clear wing butterflies and a pair of leaded crystal vases. Simple in color palette, all very serene – but then look closely at the textures of each of these in the collection. There is so much to admire – from delicate to dynamic… it’s all there.
Welcome to the Master Suite!
I am so pleased with how this room has come together. It’s sophisticated finishes give it that timeless feel. But the metallic strokes make it radiant! The feeling is luxe! You simply couldn’t stay in a hotel suite that’s this lovely! The room is bathed in natural light, that is soon to have it’s views framed in by sheer drapery that will add depth and opulence to the room! (As if it couldn’t get any better?)
We started in the space by selecting the rug first. A wool and silk hand-knotted rug by Julie Cohen. It’s silvery, with dots of golden taupe. This rug is best when you walk on it with bare feet!!! Ever walked on silk? It’s heaven on earth! Once we made that selection we chose a traditional style bed that reads like a tufted wingback chair. Then the x-based ottomans at the foot of the bed are upholstered and tufted croc leather washed in a metallic finish. We used a silver-leaf on the ottoman bases.
The antique gold starburst mirror above the bed brings a central focus to the room and adds glamour.
This little gem is made by Shine and is covered with Swarovski crystals.
Opposite the beds are a pair of “Just Right Chairs”. They are upholstered in a quilted diamond pattern fabric, and finished with bronze furniture nails. The silver twig side table and the Cooper gold leaf floor lamp add that extra shine to the room.
The Master BathroomI had to let you take a peek around the corner into the Master Bathroom. I could spend all day in here. The fabric memo folded over the back of the chair is what we will make a roman shade out of! Graphic. Bold. Metallic!