Wilson Master Bedroom Renovation Reveal

Take a tour through this master bedroom renovation!

11 January 2018 -

Did you catch yesterday’s webisode?

Today we’re back with the reveal of this beautiful master bedroom. Our client was not kidding when she said this space was overwhelming. It’s very large, with high ceilings and weird angles. We decided to divide the space into zones to make the most of this large space.



The original plan was to do vertical tongue and groove paneling on every wall in the space. In the end we decided to only do the paneling on this wall to make it a focal point, which helps to make other angles in the space disappear. We also used the wooden beam and lantern to draw your eye to this point.

We created balance with the queen bed by using large nightstands for extra styling opportunity. The nightstands have a convenient pullout tray feature that we absolutely love! We chose table lamps that would make a statement without overdoing it and chose neutral accessories to surround it. Benches at the end of a bed are convenient to have for sitting or setting stuff down. Its deep gray color is great for adding depth.

Our client loves a clean, traditional aesthetic with a blue, gray, and soft white palette. The artwork in the desk area was a great jumping off point because it has all those tones and a beautiful coral peach color that ties in with colors in the rug. The desk is beautiful and refined, with texture and subtle brass details in the hardware. It contrasts beautifully with the cream chair.

We took advantage of a large space and created a simple, comfortable seating area. We chose these chairs that have the most beautiful, natural linen. As a subtle statement, we added touches of glam with a gold side table and canisters.

If a TV is in a room, we always try to incorporate it into the design. (Blog post here!)  We created an eclectic display on the walls and stuck with the clean aesthetic by choosing simple artwork. We hung the tv under the homeowners existing dresser and balanced the whole look with navy leather stools.

We used the antique pot and brass polyhedrons vignette to fill space in a way that still felt collected without being cluttered.

We love this charming window seat. The pillows are all calm, soothing, and relaxing, going along with the rest of the colors in this space. The baskets are convenient for storing anything else you might want to keep near.

Stay tuned for more webisodes and a new line of product we’ll be launching soon on McGee & Co.

Date Posted
11 January 2018