7 Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

When designing a small master bedroom, it forces us to be more creative, since there are fewer options for furniture placement and accessorizing your space. Small bedrooms can be difficult to design for, especially if you are not wishing for symmetry or the matchy-matchy aesthetic.

So we have gathered together a collection of master bedroom retreats that will help you get inspired on your own bedroom design.

Have a look below for some great tips and ideas!

1. This serene bedroom is in tight quarters, with only 30″ between the bed and the sliding closet door. Next to the bed is a simple mirrored finish side table. This works great for opening up the space and reflecting / adding additional light. The accent wall features Clarke and Clarke Wallpaper in the pattern Augustus and the colorway is Smoke (you can find it at Home Depot). The paint color is Benjamin Moore’s Seashell. (via LUX Design)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

2. A 1950’s era home features this cozy master bedroom that lacked character and space. The designers added some tricks to create beautiful aesthetics and spaciousness. They added crown molding detail to the focal wall behind the bed. Furnishings were kept to a minimum—replacing an existing closet and dressers with built-in cabinetry along one wall. The space caters to both masculine and feminine. Black painted furniture is softened with a pretty chandelier, delicate hardware and deep coral velvet cushions (switched out with the seasons). FYI: The bedroom furnishings are from the Louis Philippe Collection by Stanley Furniture. (via Simply Home Decorating)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

3. A small bedroom with a neutral color palette uses a layering of textures to give it a cozy, warm feeling. Small, simple artwork helps to not overwhelm the space. Drapery fabric adds color, texture and privacy. (via Darren Palmer Interiors)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

4. This master bedroom in a cabin on the San Juan Islands appears spacious thanks to cathedral ceilings and a cozy window seat overlooking the woods. The bed was designed to fit the space. Interesting Fact: This bedroom is so tiny, to access the bathroom, you have to go outdoors to get to it. (via Hoedemaker Pfeiffer)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

5. This bedroom emulates a luxurious boutique hotel style, although tiny, it does not feel so due to the beautiful decoration. Tricks includes a padded headboard, plush throws and multiple pillows. Small bedside tables just fits the space for added storage. If space does not allow, small shelving can also work. (via Cochrane Design)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

6. This Chicago condo features a master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling book shelves comprised of painted maple, doubling as storage. The built-ins creates a visually pleasing focal point surrounding the headboard. This bed was sourced from Ethan Allen, it’s the Jensen headboard and rails. In front of the bed are the Xanadu benches also from Ethan Allen. (via Normandy Remodeling)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

7. This compact bedroom showcases a feature wall painted in black, adding drama to the space. The wall color is Sherwin Williams Inkwell—SW 6992. The paintings on the wall were sourced from Homegoods. (via Krystina Bushnell)

Small Yet Amazingly Cozy Master Bedroom Retreats

Tips: In a small bedroom, you may have no other choice but to place your bed in front of a window. If this is the case, consider creating a nice focal point with your headboard and window treatments. A bed in front of the window can look fantastic, as long as the headboard does not block the entire window try to keep to centered.

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