…for every bedroom in your home

Imagine the serenity that floods your soul as you enter your completely made-over bedroom. Whether it’s a master suite, a guest room, or your child’s room, it brings you peace and makes you feel just a bit more elegant (despite your less-than-glam pajamas pants).

Where you once had a conglomeration of decades-old decor and furniture, you now get to experience a clean, refreshing aesthetic and a color palette that simultaneously energizes your morning while also tempting you to stay in bed.

You recline against the elegant headboard, coffee in hand, and gaze past the luxurious drapery that gracefully skims the thickly carpeted floor. For a moment, you lose yourself in that vacation-inspired feeling. Never mind that it’s Monday; never mind that your family is wondering about breakfast. They can wait a few more minutes, because you’ve waited long enough to have your own sanctuary.

Reality check: This isn’t your bedroom. (We’re sorry.)

The bright side? You can start your days sunny side up, too, by requesting the boutique treatment for any or all bedrooms in your home. In case you’re curious – and we know you are – here are the design elements you can expect in a boutique bedroom makeover…

  • Dramatic window treatments: natural fibers, metallics, and even velvet can make an appearance
  • Decorative headboard: ornate wood or upholstery
  • Rich¬†color palette: Ivory, navy, and black are popular
  • Custom bedding & pillows: because your style shouldn’t depend on someone else’s
  • Eclectic lighting: lamps or pendants add drama to the bedside area
  • Styled bedside tables: phone chargers, elegant figurines, jewelry trays – a blend of function and frivolity
  • Designer mirrors: for expansiveness, natural lighting and decor



Boutique beauties

Much like your favorite hotel room, your bedroom doesn’t need to be huge to have great style. Both tiny spaces and full suites can adopt the texture and richness found in the world’s top boutique hotels. The only limit is your imagination (and that’s where we come in).


White connects old and new

If your dream bedroom includes modern and antique pieces, use white as the foundation of your color palette. It will help connect the centuries of decor while providing visual ease.