Clean & Contemporary

Master Suite


Donned almost entirely in various shades of white, this beautiful and bright bedroom is a haven for relaxation. Contemporary accents shine through with the utilization of design elements such as a soft tufted headboard and tufted king bench. Circular shapes and curves flow from the faint print of the pillows and the headboard design to the tabletop lamps outfitted with drum shades and wave-like bases. A large abstract painting on the far wall echoes the tone and shapes found throughout the rest of the room. On the other side of the room, a set of French doors flanked by a sidelight allows ample natural light to stream in, adding to the airy, relaxing aesthetic.


Photos Courtesy of Total Concepts Furniture/By Caressa Rogers


bright white master bedroom with patterned chair


Furniture, art, and accessories: Total Concepts Furniture

Construction: BP Construction, Inc.

Interior designer: Tony Thompson, ASID, Tony Thompson Design

Lighting: Southern Lighting

Trim: JB Millworks

Window treatments: Sun Catchers Blinds, Shades & Shutters


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