Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about Bedroom, so I thought I’d pop in today with a little Master Bedroom update. Last night on Instagram I shared a sneak peek and was so excited to see how many of you liked how the room is evolving.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Come on in and let me show you around.

I’ve definitely made some progress since you last saw this space, but there is still much to be done. First, we’ll talk about what’s new.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Most notably, I got a new bed frame! It’s the Upholstered Wingback Bed in Navy from AllModern. Picking out furniture is so difficult for me sometimes. Buying a whole bed is kind of a big deal. I was immensely pleased when this arrived and I got it set up. It works perfectly in the space. The color, texture, and tufting are exactly what I wanted. The frame is also very sturdy, so the whole bed doesn’t move when I roll over.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Next came the bed linens. Shortly after I picked out the bed, I found these Morgan shams and duvet cover at Pottery Barn. I knew I wanted white with a little something. The pop of blue in the piping ended up working so nicely with the bed.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

The throw was a gift from my mom (from HomeGoods) that I had intended to use in my living room. However, after trying out a few options in this space, I really liked how the throw looked. The color was a match, and it added such great texture to crisp linens.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Over the holidays West Elm was having a big sale, and I had some Design Dollars saved up, so on a whim I ended up purchasing two night stands (this one and this one). Again, I loved how they work in the space. I opted for two different designs but in the same style / wood to keep things interesting yet uniform.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

I also got a big rug. This particular one is the Sibley Jute Rug from Birch Lane. My hardwood floors aren’t in the best shape, so I wanted something that covered most of the floor and added much-needed texture. This did the trick!

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Finally. I threw around a bunch of accessories. Over the holidays I was frustrated with myself for not making much progress in this room, and I needed it to look somewhat presentable so I didn’t look like an animal lived here when people visited.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

I got the green lamps from HomeGoods over a year ago. They were actually part of the Jonathan Adler Happy Chic collection that was sold at JCPenney. I bought them for another space, but they look pretty great in here, so for now they will stay.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

I also have this clear acrylic table chilling in my room so I added a lamp, a chair, and an orchid. I also awkwardly hung this ocean photo on the wall. I’m not sure why I hung it off-center, but at the time it made complete sense. Now, I’m not so sure.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

Last, but certainly not least, I hung a gold unicorn over my bed. Because, doesn’t every thirty-something man have a gold unicorn bust over his bed? Hello! It was from Pottery Barn Teen. Of course.

Master Bedroom Update | Inspired by Charm

At any rate, the space IS coming together. I just need to get some art on the walls and jazz up the accessories. I’m also thinking about a small cabinet for the wall opposite the bed. I’m toying around with putting a TV in my room, so that’s where it would go. TBD, friends.

Consider yourself updated! What do you think of the progress? What spaces are you working on in your homes?

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  • Laura @ RYG at

    I’m really glad you posted this ~ my bedroom is a mess. I was watching one of those shows on HGTV where the designer was basically like “how many hours a day do you spend in your bedroom and yet do nothing to make it look nice versus how much time and $$ you spend on rooms that you feel as though people actually see. The point being: we spend so much $$ on rooms people see and neglect the bedroom. Mine is a mess, I need to make it a pleasanter space, even if it is just for the cat =)

  • Katie at

    It’s hard to tell 100% without a straight on picture, but I like the placement of the ocean photo. A lot of times I don’t like the asymmetrical look touted on Apartment Therapy and other blogs, but I think with the lamp on that wall this is really pleasing to the eye.

  • Arli at

    It’s gorgeous! I love each and every choice. Hope you have sweet dreams in this beautiful bedroom.

  • Marybeth at

    I’m in love with the throw on the bed! Where’s it from?? Please tell me it’s not hand made. I so cannot make that!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      It’s from HomeGoods and the tag says Broyhill. That’s probably not SUPER helpful cause it’s hard to find similar items at HomeGoods, but I hope it helps a little.

      xo Michael

      • Marybeth at

        Thanks Michael! I am on a mission to Home Goods! Or, I will beg my mother to make me something similar. Or, teach me to knit.

  • sharon at

    wow, this is so nice, has a great feel and i love those bed tables. well done!

  • Lisa at

    I love it, as is! I’m sure anything else you do will only improve it though. Beautiful job!

  • Alana in Canada at

    I love the picture off centre. It balances the desk, it being off to the side and tucked away into the corner.

    Gorgeous room. If it were mine, I’d be done.

    • Michelle Clark at

      Exactly! MC

  • liz n. at

    I actually like the print being off-center, but I would switch out for non-glare glass. That is a minor thing, though. This room feels very YOU, which I think is the most important thing your space should convey. It’s also both calming and inviting, like walking in after a long day and you can just breathe and feel every bit of stress fall away.

  • Vanessa at

    Hi Michael,

    I love the modern, rustic, eclectic vibe! I have the feeling that this room is really a reflection of things that you like best…it seems dreamy, “escapey” (I made that word up!) – almost a little tropical and I LOVE IT! Also, I love how it has a little whimsy-it shows personality-oh and I adore the navy wingback headboard-great choice! I hope you enjoy your bedroom retreat!

  • Laurie at

    I love the bedroom! Everything is so perfect. Where did you get the acrylic table? Would be perfect for a desk…

  • Marie Valum at

    I love the blue and white! You keep your rooms so clean and inviting!

  • Matthew at

    I like what you’ve done. I especially like the clear table how it doesn’t visually take up space. Hanging the seascape to the side like you did works. You don’t need much more in your room to look “finished” and besides you don’t want to be distracted (for lack of a better word) while you’re trying to go to sleep…

    • Matthew at

      P.S. Love the bench!

      • Maralyn Woods at

        I too love the bench. I remember when you were using it for a coffee table. I’m so glad you kept it and are still using it. The picture is perfect where it is and I like the reflective part – it ties it in with the table. The glass door knob makes me swoon. I love the unicorn but living in earthquake country I wouldn’t dare do that over my bed. Wonderful job, Michael, even if you didn’t do another thing to it. Did I mention the bed and linens just take my breath away?

  • Beverly Ebersole at

    I love the transformation of your bedroom. The colors and the little unexpected (unicorn). Love It!!

  • Lisa B. at

    I love the blues, greens and wood combination. Great ideas to use in my bedroom.

  • Alice at

    Rug envy.

    Enough said.

  • Allie | Baking a Moment at

    Gosh Michael I am just in love with your taste! Everything you do is perfection. Can I hire you to do my whole house??? Kidding… kind of… 😉

  • Brad at

    The room looks very put together. So many details. The one element that caught my eye was the bench at the end of the bed. My style, looks GREAT!

  • Debra W at

    The room is light and airy. Makes me think/dream of a ocean front resort with the blues, greens, etc. Love the blue of the bed and linens. You have perfect taste. I agree with another comment-er, please come decorate my house. 🙂

  • Heidi at

    That is the bed of my dreams.

  • Jeanette Bruffett at

    I love those bed tables…and that bed! wowzer Gorgeous! The room is really coming together!

  • Teri at

    MCM is not my style, but I LOVE your room. I love the bed and the crisp bedding, and your mom’s throw looks great on the bed. I have been trying to decide on a bed for months now. It is such a big expense. I love that little nightstand table, and I really love your floors. They are so rustic. What color paint is on the walls?

  • Poppy at

    Looks great! I love a room makeover! I’m eager to see what else you do with the accessories. I’m crazy about velvet bed frames ever since I saw one from Emily Henderson. I really like yours. The gold unicorn adds a pop of fun and whimsy, too. Very cool! I love every room of yours! Thanks!

  • jenw at

    the round table is exactly what I’ve been looking for DH’s side of the bed! Now to save up the $300…that will be quite a splurge for us, but I think it will be PERFECT for our room!

    • jenw at

      Hey, as I drool after the round table…did you get the small or large version? Trying to get a feel for the scale. And is the drawer pretty functional? Or is it’s too small to be useful? Thanks! P.S. I actually like the picture off center…I think it looks good with the lamp and orchid filling the space to the left.

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        I got the smaller table. I think the drawer makes good use of the space. You can fit a book in there. Maybe an iPad. That’s why I got a mix of the two. I wanted to have at least one nightstand that could store more.

        xo Michael

  • Sarah at

    Love the simplicity, but boldness of the room. Mainly the accessories not over powering the main focal point of the room, the inviting bed. The two different night stands, which I have done in all rooms of my house (never liked matching furniture sets) is something people would never try, but I’m sure is now happening. And the different pops of color along with different metal colors is unexpected and whimsical. Now I can bring all of mine out of storage and redesign every room in my house. Thank you for the post and for saving me money.

    P/S I’m buying the unicorn today. I have a wall over a bed covered with paintings of all different sizes that I purchased through the years from friends that paint and thrift stores. She will be perfect in the middle of them.

  • Ava at

    What a great space!! I especially love the sea photo! Where did you get that?

  • LIndsey at

    Love, love, love the unicorn! Did you score a better price than $99 on it? And I love the golden geo lamp!!! Fab job!

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