Beautiful ideas to decorate a fall master bedroom to inspire autumn in your fall home! Here are eight different bedrooms to spark creativity!
Today's fun tour is hosted by my friend, Cindy, from DIY Beautify. Cindy's home is quite the treat with lots of vintage inspiration so be sure to give her a visit.
At the end of my fall master bedroom tour, you will find links to visit the other seven bedrooms.
Fall Master Bedroom
We adore our bedroom and so does our family!
We watch TV most nights here, even as a family.
I repainted our bedroom last summer in Ashwood by Benjamin Moore, and it was the best decision ever. Paint totally changed the look of this room. I still have the woodwork to update, but at least the walls are done.
In recent years, I have gone more neutral here. It looks best with the dark, mahogany furniture.
I've also gone white with a bed skirt and coverlet. This allows me to easily change our throws and pillows with the seasons.
Our bedroom has gas logs which really makes things cozy. If it's the 4 of us, then 2 will sit up in bed while the other 2 sit on the loveseat.
I'm partial to getting in bed to watch tv. I'm always cold, so I enjoy getting under the covers.
This is probably the reason that I always fall asleep during movies.
Jack and Bentley love to cozy up in here with us as well. (dog and cat)
Pretty soon, I'll be getting my beloved electric throw blanket out of the linen closet.
My electric throw is my bestie for many months. I can be so chilled during the day or evening. The only thing that helps is that blanket. Bentley loves the electric blanket. It's quite funny. As soon as he sees it come out, he goes nuts for it. I've never seen a dog that wanted to snuggle as much as he does.
Bentley is dreaming about that electric throw. I actually have 2 now. I keep one in our bedroom and one in the family room.
This bed has seen many years of roughhousing kids, dogs, and cats. Has the white coverlet gotten dirty? YES! But it easily washes.
One thing that we do before watching TV at night is to fold back the white coverlet to the foot of the bed. We don't sleep with it. The ticking stripe duvet is for those cold nights.
Underneath it is a down blanket. This is what we sleep with. I tend to add an additional blanket on my side in the colder months.
You'll find me here each morning drinking my cup of coffee or tea and watching the Today Show from about 7-8 am.
Then it's off to be productive.
The above is a sprinkling of vignettes in our bedroom. I love a tray on the ottoman. That way if we really want to hunker in for a movie or binge-watch, we can remove the tray and prop up our feet on the ottoman.
I've been debating painting this dresser forever to break up the set. This was the first major set of new furniture that we purchased back in 1993. It's solid mahogany from Lexington. It's been a timeless classic that we love to this day.
I did remove the mirror that came with it years ago. My husband bought this painted mirror for me for my birthday one year. It's from one of my favorite stores, Pierre Deux, which is no longer in business. They had a catalog and brick and mortar store.
The runner is handmade that we picked up on a trip to Italy. It's from Venice.
Can you spy the thrift store items in this photo? The box was a fun makeover that to this day is one of my top pins. It's perfect for housing remotes and such.
This urn and the one on my nightstand are both from the thrift store. You can read this post on how I use urns in our home. Lots of uses!
I try to keep the mantle fairly simple here due to the TV. This is an old TV. It's still working, but I look forward to when we get the chance to upgrade to something a bit sleeker and less bulky.
Here is a view as the sun was going down and lamps were turned on. I hope you've gotten a few ideas to cozy up your bedroom!