A Western theme permeates this master bedroom through its handmade bedding, the wrought-iron-and-aspen bed, the elk-antler window treatments, the hat rack (which is actually from Australia) and the mounted bobcat in the corner.
This master bedroom’s charm is unmistakable, in its peeling sunflower-stained walls, fine porcelain lamps and the ornately painted antique doors affixed to the bedside cabinet. The pocket doors on either side of the bed were reclaimed from a 19th-century American monastery.
These homeowners chose rough-hewn furniture for their cabin, some purchased from Grizzly’s Mountain Furnishings in the Lake Tahoe area. The couple trimmed the joints where the roof trusses meet the cabin walls with rope to give it a rustic feel.
From top to bottom — a medium-toned caramel-stained ceiling, a dark bedroom suite, antique white walls, and natural Berber carpeting — three neutral tones are featured in this master bedroom. The bedding mixes subtle moire woven plaids and a floral pattern strewn with romantic English cabbage roses.
These homeowners’ master bedroom features an Eddie Bauer bedroom suite, including a sleigh-style bed with pewter railing and matching trunk. The window behind the bed looks out to the home’s garden waterfall.
Every master bedroom should offer such intimate creature comforts — sunlight streaming through windows to soothe you, a cozy fireplace (not shown) to warm you, and a private deck to view the western skies and mountain peaks with that special someone.
These homeowners used new furnishings sprinkled with antiques, such as the writing desk in the corner, to affordable yet realistically pull off the quaint beach house feel of the home.
This main-floor master suite, designed to feel like a resort getaway, includes a spacious bedroom with a platform bed, a spa-like bathroom with a roomy corner shower, and his-and-hers closets.
This master bedroom is furnished with a simple pint post canopy bed. The homeowners were afraid anything more ornate would distract from the room’s main asset — the view of Lake Oconee.
The black distressed furniture in this master bedroom draws the eye because of its stark contrast to the light-colored logs.