Juliana Ferrazzi
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sleep here: a Bucks County farm retreat

Lush materials are key for that cozy and luxurious ambiance when you’re designing a bedroom. There are some fabrics that ooze luxury. Velvet and linen are those two fabrics that do just that … and they are my favorite!

In this Bucks County farm retreat project, there is nothing rustic about the master bedroom. My client brought her white tufted headboard, so the room was a blank slate. The room is eight-sided, and the bed faces a bank of windows with stunning views of the woods, a babbling brook and ducks. (Yes, it is that picturesque!)

Sherwin Williams has the perfect paint color called Mindful Gray that sets the tone. Calming and restful, it is the perfect warm neutral that works well with every color palette. This fabric palette included rich velvets in shades of  misty purples and soft plums.  Oval nightstands soften the corners of the headboard wall, and a bench at the end of the bed adds a touch of glamour. The real showstopper in the bedroom is the metallic grasscloth wallpaper on the ceiling.



When these photos were taken, we were waiting for art and hadn’t found just the right piece. Art has to speak to you, so there is no need to rush. But we have been looking at some fabulous pieces by one of our own designers, artist Amy Lee, and one of those may fit perfectly. The homeowner loves them!



This retreat is a room where the homeowner can relax and recharge. Lower the room-darkening natural shades, see the reflection  of the metallic embroidery on the ceiling from the linen drapes, luxuriate amidst the soft velvet pillows and nestle in for a long winter’s nap.