This Sinfully Luxurious Vegas Glam Master Suite luxurious accents, fabrics, and textures. Designed to look like a hotel room, this is a perfect space to relax in and get away from all your cares.
Welcome to our gallery shining a spotlight on this incredibly luxurious master bedroom inspired by Las Vegas hotel suites! This beautiful room is designed by Contour Interior Design.
Contour Interior Design offers full interior design services. Their award-winning design work branches many divisions of interior design, including residential and commercial buildings, restaurants and hotels.
The Houston-based design firm has earned a stellar reputation for high-end design under the leadership of Principal Designer Nina Magon. Their reputation rests solidly on their ability to grow with the changing design world, rapidly embracing trends, products, and new technologies to create unique designs for their client’s discerning tastes.
Every detail of this master suite is hand-picked for utter luxury and quality. From the wall sconces suspended between wall panels to the rich velvet sofa, every detail is sure to wow you.
Keep your eye out for the playful use of texture and fabric, and the way the arrangement of the furniture clearly and distinctly separates the space, while subtle details hold the room together.
Note the way the accents are specially chosen to enhance the already stellar luxury of the space.
We hope you’ll find this Vegas inspired high-glamour master bedroom to be just as jaw-dropping as we did.
From this angle we can see the playful use of shapes between the desk, carpet, wallpaper, and even the dresser on the far wall. The dark wood supports of the desk are topped by a thick white desktop. The wide, plush chair is in beige button-tufted velvet.
The accents on this desk are simple, yet perfectly suited. A single leather-bound book sits between two copper horse-head bookends. A glass of wine finishes out the space.
Dividing the room’s walls between decorative panelling and wallpaper is a clever trick to keep the patterns from feeling overwhelming when paired with the luxurious carpet. The dresser is metallics and is topped by a chrome table lamp and a glass vase full of lilies.
Another incredible detail is the headboard. Far from a simple square headboard, this one is upholstered in button-tufted beige linen and rimmed in crescents of chrome and gold. The curve complements the curved pattern of the wallpaper as well.
The enormous chandelier makes another bold statement in this room. While not traditional, the strings of glass bubbles glitter and cast light all around the room. The room contains three of these chandeliers to ensure maximum luxury and ample lighting.
A detailed look at the jewel-toned velvet sofa in a rich wine color. A throw pillow in white with faux leather accents in a dark burgundy adds depth of color and texture.
Envelope-shaped wall panels surround the simple wall sconces. In addition to the trio of chandeliers, these wall sconces provide enough light for the owners to party all night.
This shot looking upwards towards the trio of chandeliers reveals the incredible custom ceiling details in brown and bronze. This unique tray ceiling adds a level of grandeur to the room that a flat ceiling never could.
A final look at the siting area and bed, noting the play of textures between the sofa, blanket, and throw pillows. The circular glass-topped coffee table is a minimalist delight.
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