Large Master Bedroom Ideas to Try in Your Home

Your bedroom isn’t just where you sleep, it’s where you go to rest, relax, and recharge. That’s why it’s so important to make sure it feels cozy, even if you’re dealing with a larger than average master bedroom. In today’s blog, we discuss how to decorate a large master bedroom.

Choose Oversized Furniture

If you’re looking for large master bedroom ideas to make your room feel cozy, start with oversized furniture. Oversized headboards, sleigh beds, and canopy beds take up more space and prevent the room from feeling bare. If you have a high ceiling, tall chests and armoires can occupy some of the empty vertical space, and long dressers can fill up empty horizontal space. You’ll also want to consider large scale nightstands, bedroom benches, vanities, and other bedroom furniture so the room looks proportional and full.

Divide the Room

Master bedrooms aren’t just for sleeping, and one of our favorite large master bedroom layout ideas is to divide the room into different visual and functional spaces. You might, for example, furnish the room with extra bedroom seating in order to create a reading nook or add a small writing desk and chair to create a small home office space. Not only does this create a more functional space, but it also adds visual interest to the room and makes the room feel fuller.