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California Casual: Guest and Master Bedrooms

I could kick my October self for not keeping track of all my sources. I was sure I had saved them, but nope! I do apologize for not being able to link to everything (though if you really were keen, I’d figure it out for you).

Today I have the Guest and Master Bedrooms from my California Casual Model Home project. For the Entry and Den click here and for the Great Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen click here.

The Guest Room is right off the the main entrance when you walk into the home. I had to choose a carpet sample so I chose to carpet both the guest and master bedrooms. The carpeting I chose is a plush silky high pile in the color Beach Powder by Karastan.

I wanted the room to be light and airy. The yellow in the rug brings in our pop of color (seen throughout the home) and defines the bed space. The dresser/credenza and nightstand are Blu Dot. The bed is World Market (West Elm makes one too). Rattan chair is Ikea, drapery is Calico Corners, linen fringe bedding is Restoration Hardware, sheets are probably Parachute. The throw is Serena & Lily and lamp is CB2.

The Master Bedroom is mostly black and white, which just a touch of yellow.

 

Bed is Anthropologie with black Belgian Linen (I chose the guest bed to sort of mirror this bed. A simplified version), raffia chairs are CB2, pillows are probably Anthro, art is Minted, chandelier is World Market, bedding is parachute (ivory and gray sold out). Nighstands are One Kings Lane. I chose them because of their curvaceous shape, the black hardware, and the distressed beachy look. I thought they complimented the dresser. What I like about the dresser is the antique French design and the sort of basket woven look to the drawers — to tie in to all our baskets in the house. Black is used a lot in the house as well, and that is reflected here in the Master. While I chose a heavy color like black, I think paired with white carpeting (no rugs in here), the happy rattan chairs, and beachy art, we keep casual and light. Drapery can be kept open or used only at night to block the light. Think lighter white sheers behind those heavier drapers. Don’t forget a banana tree plant!

So those are the 2 bedrooms I came up with. Thoughts? Next and I think probably last will be the patio.

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