Bedroom Window Treatments & UpholsteryServing: Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Markham & GTA
Bedrooms are the most personal room in the house so they require special attention. It is imperative to choose the right furniture, bedding, and window coverings when designing this room. Of course, we want the comfiest mattress to sleep on, but we also want the entire room to feel cozy and relaxing. Let Prestige Decor customize everything to suit your needs and create a comfortable, exciting and peaceful space.
This is a traditional style bedroom with matching fabric on the tufted headboard and bench. There are three layers to the draperies on the window: sheers that block the sun but still allow light to come through, lined functional draperies to block the light in the morning, and decorative stationary panels. We mixed and matched three fabrics with a light gold colour tone for the headboard, blackout draperies and the frill on the bedspread.
The bedcover, bench, footstool and decorative side panels are made with jacquard satin fabric. Although they are different textures, the headboard was tufted to match the bench and footstool to customize this room.
For this bedroom, we chose fabric based on the area rug. Since our client wanted to have light in the morning, we made decorative panels that matched the wallpaper and tassel tiebacks.
We picked a honey colour for the bed skirt and fitted bedspread. With the same fabric, we created piping for the bedcovers’ scallop. For the middle of the cover, we chose an ivory colour fabric to match the base of the rug to complete a very cozy, royal look for the master bedroom.
Using our traditional swags and fringes, we created a royal look to this master bedroom. To add a pop of colour to the ivory-shaded room, we picked a light brick colour from tassel tiebacks to be the accent colour. The drapery bending, upholstered top valance, lining on the jabots, seat cushions on the vanity chairs and throw cushions were designed with that same fabric.
These cut wall angles were a little challenging to decorate. Designer, tone on tone jacquard wallpaper, tufted custom headboard and the window covering are the focal points in this large master bedroom. The blackout draperies follow the shape of the window. There is additionally the option to remove the tie backs to make the room pitch black for optimal sleeping! The headboard, bench seat, small rectangular cushion and upholstered sides of the bed were made with the same velvet fabric.
This is an immaculate master bedroom. The designer wallpaper behind the bed matches the sheer draperies on the large window. We used the same microfiber fabric for the frame of the headboard and bed base. The headboard squares match the tufted velvet bench. Our client wanted a lot of light in the bedroom and the sheer fabric print in the full size. To bring their vision to life, we made two full sheers to match the side panels with the fitted bedcover and the cushions.
We carefully chose to tack colours on the bench to match the beautiful metal floor vase in the corner and the base of the table lamps.
This custom chocolate brown headboard, draperies and bed throw add a warm look to this master bedroom. The decorative cushions on the bed were the first decor item that caught our eye when we entered the bedroom. The designer wallpaper stands out, creating a distinct contrast to the carpet and walls.
This client wanted their expansive master bedroom to have ivory tones. We decided to mix patterns by using similar colour tones. We combined a diamond upholstery headboard, 8” pleats on the silk drapery, wallpaper with a matching texture to drapery fabric, jacquard duvet cover, a velvet bench and an accent chair. This design combination is what gives this room a clean, fresh look!
We used a light grey colour for the furniture, carpet, wall and big wall unit in this bedroom. For some colour, we added a small square fabric with a chocolate brown and a light grey colour for the bed cover and drapery bending. The plain brown decorative cushions with contrast piping keep the room feeling nice and warm.
The bedding, furniture, and draperies were custom made for this master bedroom. The warm brown undertones of the bed cushions emphasize the softness and elegant look of the contemporary grommet panels. The drapery bending and fabric tiebacks are made with different shades on the draperies to match the fireplace mantel.
This is a very traditional, English country style bedroom. To match the walls and bedspread, we chose a gold velvet fabric for the tufted headboard, gold colour silk for the traditional swag on the windows and the same silk for the decorative pillows. We chose a turquoise colour for the button on the pillow to match the bedcover and Bergere chair fabric. For the tassel tiebacks and swag fringes, we mixed gold and turquoise to complete the look of this room.
For this master bedroom, to match the lampshades, we created a custom headboard, bed skirt and accent chair. The light green taffeta fabric and matching accent pillows add a fresh look to this room. While this room has a beautiful garden view, sheers are framing the windows to block the sun.
To create a romantic look in this bedroom we used white Voile sheer fabric with padding on the floor and banding to match the draperies. The rich tassel tiebacks complement the wall colour and window draperies, giving the room a professional designer touch.
For the draperies’ bending, we used a darker colour to match the wall and create a pleasant contrast against the white baseboard.
To create a custom-fitted bed cover, we used jumbo piping that follows the shape of the bed.
To give the room a warm look, we matched the chocolate brown fabric on the pillows and ottoman with the striped wallpaper.
For this master bedroom, we chose a blue cotton fabric for the blackout draperies and the top of the fitted bedcover to create a French provincial look. With matching ticking fabric, we created a gathered bed skirt, a custom headboard, and pillows. The white sheers, pillow shams with flange and the white draperies’ tiebacks give this blue room a crisp look.
As an added touch, we painted an Ikea TV stand the same colour as the wall for it to blend in and not clash with the traditional furniture.
We made dark grey grommet draperies and a vinyl fabric headboard in this bachelor bedroom to match the client’s bed cover. The light decorative pillows present a nice contrast to the bedroom and match the colour of the walls.
This client works late nights and sleeps longer during the day. Since she is a light sleeper, she wanted to have her bedroom pitch-black in the morning.
To suit her needs, we used KS tracks under the bulkhead and padding on the floor. We designed a soft velvet fabric with sunout lining to enhance darkness and used the same material for the pillow shams. The fabric tiebacks complement the padded functional draperies.
This high rise condo bachelor bedroom had a spotless, contemporary look, with a lot of light and sun. Our client wanted to block out the light completely in the mornings. To do so, we installed blackout lined draperies on the KS track for a smooth slide and made the draperies ½“ to sit on the floor.