Welcome to part five of my Carolina mountain home series which features five beautiful bedrooms. These are presold homes built by my son-in-law, Ray Foral of Ridgeline Construction Group, Inc in The Cliffs Communities located in the Asheville, NC and Greenville, SC area. To see the first post, click here. Second post, click here, third post, click here, and fourth post, click here.
Isn’t this bedroom warm and inviting? I love the green walls and the large window seat with the storage drawers below. I am a fan of large bedside tables with drawers especially in the master bedroom.
This is my favorite of the bedrooms shown in this post though the previous bedroom is a close second. I am especially fond of the large window panes in this bedroom. The black and white toile fabric with the touches of yellow in the pillows and bench and the natural light give this room a bright and happy feel.
When I look at this photo I see two’s; two lamps, two bedside tables, two benches at the foot of the bed, a pair of pictures on the wall, two pairs of pillows on the bed, and two pairs of windows. It is a good example of why odd numbers are important. I do like the ceiling, especially the large timber. I could see myself working on my blog sitting in the chair with my laptop in my lap, my feet on the ottoman and a wonderful window view.
Wouldn’t you like to stay in this lovely guest bedroom. I like the wall color and the fabrics. Personally, I am not a fan of matching bedroom furniture but it seems to work well in this room. . Instead of both sets of wall art being pairs of prints, I would have preferred in one of the areas a larger single piece. A mirror over the dresser might have been a good choice with only one mirror.
This amoire and chair are in one of the bedrooms. Warm mountain colors accent this bedroom.
I am not sure if this is a powder room or the bathroom for a guest bedroom. I like the sink and faucets being a rustic mountain look.
From the functional side of me, I am a big fan of drawers under bunk beds. I like them large and deep enough to hold a piece of luggage. It helps keep a room tidy. I like that each bed has a sconce on the wall for reading. There appears to be a tv built into the wall at the foot of each bed. How lucky for the grandchildren! I like the shelf at the head of the bed which provides a place for an alarm clock, a book, tv remote control, etc.
I hope you enjoyed this post. One more to go in this series which will feature patios and porches. Blessings. …susan