Master Bedroom + Office Tour

Drumroll, please…..the details of my master are live! haha. Y’all were so sweet about the reveal of our master in last week’s post as I shared our thought process behind the room. Today, I’m sourcing the pieces for you so you can recreate or browse whatever you fancy!

So let’s talk about this space! In our last home, I had my own office-which I loved up until Maxi was born. However, once she was here, I dreaded working in that room.  I felt like I was hidden away from family missing out on moments. I wanted a separate space to work and think, but where I could feel close to my family. When we built this home, we dedicated one of the rooms to Paul for his office and we used the “sitting room” nook in the master as my office. Truthfully, it has worked out perfectly! If you are in the same scenario house hunting, try this. I know it is so dependent upon what you do for work and how you feel most productive, but it’s been such a game changer for me. At night while I work, Paul is reading or watching TV and we can still chat a bit. In the mornings, I am working and can talk to him while he gets ready. I think it makes us feel like we have some more quality time together even if we are doing different things.

It was a little tricky trying to source a desk that would blend with the master, which is why I went with the same line for nightstands and desk. Once I had ordered all the furniture, Maddie stepped in. Our designer, Maddie, blended the two spaces with the most stunning Schumacher fabric for drapes and it softened up the furniture.

A Few of My Favorites:

  • The light fixture, of course! I chatted about it in this post.
  • The Thatcher Bench at the end of our bed is something I will always obsess over. This bench was actually designed after the artist, Jenn Thatcher! Remember my Parker & Hyde giveaway? They make fabulous furniture, too. I like that it’s neutral and glam so that it could end up in a living room or office one day. Y’all know by now I like to move things around. This is actually the piece all my girlfriend stop and comment on when they walk in the space. I think Carrie Bradshaw would have had something like this in her apartment, don’t you?! 😉
  • One of the first things I told Maddie was that I *had* to buy more Jenn Thatcher Art for this space, even though that’s very expected of me. She laughed and agreed. We put this piece over my desk and Jenn just knocked it out of the park as always! I just picked the size and price and then she surprised me once Maddie showed her fabrics. I cried when I saw it, which is when you know you’ve bought art you truy love.
  • I’m really happy Maddie got me out of my comfort zone with our bolster pillow! One reason I chose Maddie when hiring her was that she works with a lot of the design sources I already incorporated in our home, so I knew it would be a natural design fit. She uses a lot of Little Design Co. pillows in her designs, which I do as well. She had me go with a neutral print, and that’s not what I would normally gravitate towards. When it came in, I was really glad I went with her suggestion because it makes the space feel polished.

P.S. Maddie isn’t collaborating with me or anything, I just sourced her myself as a designer as she designed my girlfriend, Trenny’s home. Just in case anyone was curious! Would y’all be interested in a post on how it is working with a designer? This was my first time in this house so I learned a lot! 

I hope you enjoyed this room tour as you end your weekend. Are you doing anything fun the next few days? I feel SO thrown off by a mid-week holiday with the 4th. Yesterday felt like a Monday, today feels like a Thursday. I’m lost! ha.

Thank you so much for stopping by! 🙂

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15 Comments

  1. I love the comfortable tones of your new bedroom! It’s so colour-cohesive and so warm and cosy! I can see why the light fixture is your favourite, it really finishes off the look. Great job! 🙂

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
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    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  2. Laura Leigh wrote:

    Looks amazing Katey! I really love your sweet little office space and how it is part of your room but off to the side.

    xo Laura Leigh
    http://www.louellareese.com

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  3. Allison Cormier wrote:

    Beautiful!

    Bedroom paint color?

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Allison! Thank you so much! Our entire home is painted “Decorator’s White” by Benjamin Moore! 🙂 xx, Katey

      Published 06 Jul 18Reply
      • Allison Cormier wrote:

        Thank you so much!

        Published 09 Jul 18Reply
  4. Jackie wrote:

    Hi Katey! I love the mix of girly and masculine in your master. As I move in with my boyfriend for the first time, I was feeling stressed about how to incorporate darker colors and fabrics like a rich leather love seat without losing my very girly style. I’m very inspired now!

    I did want to ask – where did you get your acrylic book shelf? I love how it disappears and helps to keep the space open.

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Jackie! Thank you so much, you can TOTALLY do it! And now I’m so thrilled I went with darker furniture and I love our leather sofa. You’ll be surprised- if I can love it anyone can. 😉 It’s from Ballard Designs! It’s linked under “bookshelf” sorry I know there’s so many sources in the details section it’s hard to see! xo, Katey

      Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  5. Amanda wrote:

    Katey, you and your designer have done an amazing job in this room. It’s warm, cozy, refreshing, simple, elegant, and just beautiful to behold. And it really does help us readers get ideas in ways I know for me I would never have thought to put together. I really love how you’ve taken your time with your decor and didn’t rush to just fill up the space. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  6. Mallory F wrote:

    Beautiful room!

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  7. Ashley wrote:

    Ah – obsessed with your drapes & loving all of your ‘home’ posts!! <3

    I would LOVE for you to post about working with a designer. I'm in a similar situation as you were in several months ago when you only needed a 'partial' designer to help tie your rooms together with smaller things like fabric, rugs, etc. Interested in how the whole process works. 🙂

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  8. Sara wrote:

    I seriously love it!! The gold light fixture is so pretty, and I love how u mixed the animal prints with the print on the shades! It’s gorgeous!

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  9. Jacey Mattison wrote:

    Hey Katey!
    Absolutely beautiful! Which design firm is Maddie with? I love her work! I live in Ft Worth too! Love you blog byw! 🙂

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  10. Jessica G wrote:

    I would love a post on how it works with a designer. It’s amazing how she took a good base, made a few changes and it just pulled the whole room together into a WOW. I think I need someone to help me with little odds and ends like that in my house.

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply
  11. Meagan P wrote:

    I love your master bedroom!!!! It’s beautiful!!!! All of the details work together perfectly!!!! I would love for you to do a post on how it is working with a designer. I’ve thought about getting a designer for a few spaces in my home and I haven’t ever done it because I just don’t know what to expect. Thanks in advance!!!! 🙂

    Meagan

    Published 06 Jul 18Reply