The Dreamiest Bedroom Before/Afters

Who doesn’t live for a good before and after? Seeing a space come to life is so exciting, and one of the best parts of what we do. We shared our top 5 master bathroom transformations, so today we’re sharing our favorite bedroom remodels. Master bedrooms are the place to unwind, so we’re always careful to make sure they feel fresh, inviting, and soothing.

master bedroom transformations

CALABASAS MASTER SUITE

Before

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After

The master in our Calabasas Remodel needed an upgrade. With a fresh coat of paint and woven shades it already feels like a new space.

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Contrasting styles elevate the design in this space. The tufting in the custom bed pairs with the chic lacquered nightstand, and contrasts with the table lamp. To make sure the space doesn’t feel blown out, we hung the artwork level with the windows.

 
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After

This bedroom was one of our favorite webisodes! The space was large and daunting, so we were able to create different zones that make the space feel substantial and functional. We have a nook area by the window, a desk area, a space for a tv and console, and even a space to sit!

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After

This bedroom was made into an office/play space for our client’s grandkids. They needed a place to sleep, play, and hang out. With a fresh coat of paint and vertical paneling the space feels brand new!


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After

This home has heavy wood tones. To balance it out we painted the doors and trim gray, and kept the walls white. We also used dark pieces of furniture to tie it in. This kept things bright and welcoming while also embracing the natural features of the home.

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After

Slow clap for this ceiling!! The layout of this space didn’t change, but the ceiling detail makes it feel like a brand new room. We got rid of the shutters and used woven shades to make the space feel soothing and clean. The paint color definitely added to that. We used Sleigh Bells by Benjamin Moore cut at 50%.

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After

We worked with Jenna Rammell to bring her space to life in our very first two day transformation series!!! She loves neutral tones and tries to stray away from pops of color, which was definitely something we can work with. Just like us, she likes her neutrals to be bold, and loves to include earth elements that create texture. We added paneling in her bedroom and painted it the same dark color that was used in another part of her home.

The transformation is so fun to watch! If there’s one webisode you should start with, it’s this one.


If you’re looking to give your bedroom a new feeling, we’ve got some great posts that can serve as a jumping off point. Give your bed a makeover with our tips for making the bed, spruce up your furnishings with bed, nightstand, and lighting combinations, or how-to decorate the area above your bed.