This artist’s retreat beautifully combines mid-century and eclectic styling. Deep jewel-toned colors combine with a home-made quilt and a bright teal rug to contrast nicely with the cherry mid-century style furnishings. Deep blue paint behind the bed creates an accent wall against the white walls surrounding the rest of the room.
A door of darkly stained wood separates this master bedroom from the adjacent master bathroom by framing an inset glass panel covered with a shoji screen patterned film. The film reduces the visual weight of the door, bringing light into the bathroom while still providing privacy for the homeowners. New roller shades on the sliding glass doors leading directly from the bedroom to the courtyard provide privacy.
On the other side is the newly remodeled master closet which now contains an organizational system with drawers. The light-wood look from the bedroom continues into the closet which includes space for hats, bags, hung clothing, and shoes. Below the existing window, a special scarf and jewelry storage area finish this new closet system. A cellular shade completes the space, providing privacy, and over time will protect the stored clothing from damage.