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  • Lindsey Borchard

Master Bedroom + Landing: North Ranch

We’ve had so much fun revealing our North Ranch project because every space is so unique. We got to take a lot of risks in this home because the owners have such fabulous taste. Although we went bold and graphic in the living room, sculptural and unexpected in the entryway and cozy cool in the family room – we knew the master retreat needed to be super calming and neutral.

Our sweet clients have four children, and as a mama of two, I can fully relate to needing a relaxing place to unwind at the end of the day. The bones of this recently remodeled home gave us a lot to work with. The ceilings are super high and vaulted, so I wanted to play off the bright and airy vibes the space started with. To further amplify the light, we opted for beautiful white linen roman shades, keeping the sight line seamless across the entire space. We kept the color palette light and bright in here with just a few pops of color in the drapes and the amazing velvet chaise in the reading corner.

This reading nook is my favorite part of the room. The beautiful saturated kelly green velvet paired with the gorgeous Italian coast photography feel so cozy next to the white brick fireplace. In every master bedroom, I always try to carve out a space to remind our clients to take a private moment for themselves. Your home is your safe haven and should recharge you just as much as it should inspire you.

Storage was a top priority for our clients, so we carefully selected each accent piece to ensure they had spacious and useful drawers. Instead a traditional bedside table, we opted for two large dressers. They provide ample storage while filling the space comfortably.

Just outside the master bedroom, we designed the most beautiful and functional second story landing. Visible from the entry downstairs, I love how the space seamlessly transitions between the living room downstairs and the neutral retreat of the master upstairs. I love that this space isn’t just the expected narrow hallways between bedrooms. Because the landing was spacious, we were able to source this stunning chunky console table. It provided excellent storage for things like games and candles. The art above the console is my ultimate grand supreme favorite – I had fallen in love with it at High Point Market and have been saving the three pieces to use in the perfect spot. This landing is the perfect example of how even “unused” spaces can be special in your home.

In case you missed it, catch up on the video tour here, view the dining room and entry here and don’t miss the amazing front living room and family room here.


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