This is a spectacular collection of 32 stunning luxury master bedrooms. Most are fairly large and all incorporate the very best in design and materials.
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Wow, I love this gallery of luxury master bedrooms. Our master bedroom is pretty boring even though we have an en suite and walk in closet. Otherwise, it’s just a big square room. These bedrooms, however, are truly spectacular. While they’re all very different, the one thing they have in common is they are luxurious.
Scroll through our photo gallery below. We set out some bedroom trend charts below.
Large master bedroom with cove tray ceiling, chandelier and light wood flooring.
Stylish luxury master bedroom with floating wall shelves, area rug and large storage box at foot of bed.
White master bedroom with fireplace and sitting area.
Spacious luxury master bedroom with siting area lounge, area rug and hardwood flooring.
Mint green nicely decorated master bedroom with sitting bench, curtains and recessed lighting.
Contemporary large master bedroom with built in wall shelving, hardwood flooring, curtains and sleek modern bed.
Fabulous white master bedroom with balcony and fireplace.
Elegant master bedroom with amazing wood flooring and two side-by-side small square ottomans.
Great design with dark wood floor and matching ceiling beams. Fireplace with TV above looks good. Overall, nice master bedroom.
Rich looking masculine master bedroom with ceiling fan, carpeting, tray ceiling and large fireplace.
Yellow and beige master bedroom with wicker furniture.
Modern master bedroom with huge floor to ceiling windows on two sides with amazing view.
Example of incredible cream colored chaise lounge in master bedroom. I could just see Cleopatra lounging on this piece of furniture.
Large modern bedroom with round area rug, sitting area overlooking ocean.
There isn’t much growth in demand for “luxury master bedrooms” as you can see below. The concept of luxury in interior design is more eye-candy than practical application because let’s face it, few of us can afford to splurge $50,000 to $250,000 on the interior of a bedroom.
However, the trend for “master bedroom” is exploding because while most people aren’t too interested in going luxurious, many people are seeking to improve their master bedroom.