This master suite offers up a refreshed take on a traditional style. Warm hardwood floors run throughout the room and are married with two nightstands sporting a deep wood grain. A matching bedframe and headboard accommodate a king size bed, which is cloaked in a light gray quatrefoil quilt. Across the room, two tabletop lamps feature an array of geometric shapes between their stone-like bases and warm drum shades. Above the dresser hangs a large watercolor painting with an array of blues and grays, which plays off the cool tones of the room and fluid pattern of the area rug. A modest gold frame ties this piece of art in with another botanical display on the adjacent wall. This pop of gold is further accentuated by the sleek pulls found on the dresser and nightstands. On the walls, Revere Pewter paint strikes a delicate balance between gray and beige, driving home the neutral color palette.
Photography by Creative Revolver
Interior designer: Sherlene Kirk, Allied ASID, Yessick’s Design Center
Construction: T.U. Parks
Homeowners: Rod and Karen Callahan