Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Get the Look: Amber Interior Design Master Bedroom

One of my all-time favorite interior designers turned blogger is Amber Lewis from Amber Interiors. Her designs are the perfect mix of worldly traveler and beach bungalow. She is always starting new trends or is at least one of the first to know about them - heck if you told me that she was the sole starter of the kilim rug trend in the U.S. (see her genius rug layering HERE), I would not doubt you for one second. It doesn't hurt that her personal style and writing has that cool-girl-without-trying vibe.

Amber recently gifted her readers a full before & after of her Client Awesome's house. The entire house is beautiful, but what caught my eye was the master bedroom. It is so crisp, clean, serene, and totally livable. I just want to jump into that bed and take a nap. As one who DESPISES clutter, I appreciate the minimalism.

clientawesomebyamberinteriors10


clientawesomebyamberinteriors8


clientawesomebyamberinteriors7


::: GET THE LOOK :::

master bedroom/kilim/indigo/poster bed


LAMP BASE // TARGET $35
LAMP SHADE // HOME DEPOT $21
GREY RUG // OVERSTOCK $246
BEACH PRINT // SOCIETY6 $42
NAVY THROW // AMANA $50
TWO TONE NIGHTSTAND // OVERSTOCK $180
LONG LUMBAR KILIM PILLOW // ETSY $150
CANOPY 4 POST BED FRAME // WAYFAIR $587


I believe the actual bed Amber used was the Ikea Edland (sadly discontinued). If you want to replicate the look I would first try scouring your local Craigslist for the Ikea bed which retailed around $300. As for the kilim pillow, I often find that Ebay is much cheaper, but requires a bit more digging. I would definitely recommend searching around for a great price. The nightstand would also make a great DIY project if you find a sturdy garage sale piece. 


Keep in Touch with The Twisted Horn

10 comments :

  1. Hi!

    I just nominated you for the Liebster Awards
    http://hayemmyx.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/liebster-award.html

    x

    ReplyDelete
  2. Truly said, interior designing has now a days lot of scope not only in designing for house or office but the requirement of interior designer is required in each and every sector of industry

    Roman style decor

    ReplyDelete
  3. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.



    Summerhaus.com.sg

    ReplyDelete
  4. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Oct 3, 2017 - Decorating a Beautiful Master Bedroom. Dazzling pastel main room. McCroskey Interiors. Regardless of whether your room is little or vast, whether you lean toward an easygoing or a formal enlivening style, whether you favor the most current patterns or the proven works of art: your main room ought to be your most loved .

    ReplyDelete
  6. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  7. As a man I’m always prefer pragmatism before beauty. It refers to room design too. If it was my room, I would need at least one closet. As for bed, I think if you make in this style then you need to hang curtains on it. In addition, I just want mention that white isn’t the most pragmatic color, but it steel look gorgeous. Anyway when I will look for design of my bedroom or living room, I will definitely check review of Bestdissertation first.

    ReplyDelete

  8. I high appreciate this post. It’s hard to find the good from the bad sometimes, but I think you’ve nailed it! would you mind updating your blog with more information?
    www.summerhaus.com.sg

    ReplyDelete
  9. you got to work hard to earn lots of money because it is not very easy to earn:: Designer Sofa Singapore Kuhlhome

    ReplyDelete
  10. Building associations with customers is a flat out must for any designer paying little heed to where he or she works since the primary objective of an interior designer is to recognize the needs and needs of a customer and incorporate them into both the style and capacity of the interior. canvas prints for kitchen

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...