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Why Every Couple Needs a Master Bedroom Retreat (Hint: It’s Not About Fancy Furnishings)

Do you have a sanctuary in your home for you and your husband? A place to talk about the tough issues? Somewhere where you can close the door and be real with each other? Creating a restful master bedroom retreat isn’t about spending thousands of dollars on creating a designer’s showcase. Instead, it’s about asking, “what kind of atmosphere do you want to encourage in your marriage?” Every single couple needs a place like this. Here’s how to create a restful master bedroom retreat for your…

Create a daring aesthetic in your master bedroom with the use of different lighting fixtures for each part of the room. Seen in Heritage at Crabapple, an Atlanta community.

Quest for the Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie

Pretty and love the French doors to beautiful garden outside and fireplace in corner but would have beams darker and the window is precious but maybe a reading area with shutters

The master bedroom and was right off the kitchen, so I wanted to set it apart by using this mid-tone gray paint color. I was inspired by the simplicity of this space and hoped it would be a quiet retreat for Rob and Marianne.

Sanctuaries With Style

Inner Sanctum In a busy household, it can be sanity-saving to have a peaceful spot where you can rest and recharge. “The goal in this room was to create a quiet sanctuary within the rest of the home,” says designer Carrie Rodman. To create an atmosphere of tranquility, she used a pale, spa-inspired color palette and plenty of soft fabrics.

Home Decorators Collection 52 in. Indoor/Outdoor Weathered Gray Ceiling Fan

Home Decorators Collection 52 in. Indoor/Outdoor Weathered Gray Ceiling Fan-89764 - The Home Depot