Craftsman Charm Meets Modern Comfort: A Simple Master Suite

If you like cozy home comforts presented in a minimalist style, you’ll enjoy today’s simple master suite in a craftsman home by Prospect Ridge Studio. The space proves that you can enjoy a cozy room without a lot of stuff in it. I’ve noticed as I get older, I’m appreciating rooms without a lot of clutter. Perhaps it’s because I know there’s less dusting to do!

The master bedroom in this home features a simple country bed settled between a pair of windows with a more modern light fixture above, which spans the width of the bed. I’ve noticed an increased appearance in this style of lighting. A simple landscape print has just enough space between the windows.

simple master suite in craftsman homePhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

Brown and white patterned curtains are layered over a sheer white panel at each window. If you look carefully, you’ll notice the intricate carving of the window frame just above the curtain rod.

minimalist style craftsman bedroomPhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio 

A pair of matching nightstands and gold lamps provide a resting place for reading material, along with the light to enjoy a nighttime read. The vintage radiator remains exposed and becomes part of the simple master suite décor.

simple master suite in craftsman homePhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

A vintage wooden dresser reveals its years of love through the way of subtle scratches and worn edges. And that’s what I love about country style – nothing has to be perfect. A ginger jar lamp adds soft color and reminds me of my grandmother who collected ginger jars. An unexpected modern pencil drawing completes the vignette.

vintage wood dressier in simple bedroomPhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

A beautiful freestanding bathtub can be seen through the door, along with the painted board and batten walls and brick flooring.

simple master suite in craftsman cottagePhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio 

A simple shade at the window creates privacy when needed. I love the pretty hue of the sage green paint. This color is always a great choice to pair with terracotta or brick. The little stool creates a place to lay a folded towel.

sage green bathroom with white freestanding tubPhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

And how adorable is this arched, narrow wooden door in the master bathroom? I’ve seen doors like this when I was a child visiting my mother’s friends. I was always intrigued by them even at the tender age of five. Funny how you notice things like that as a kid and realize they’re special.

arched wood door in craftsman bathroomPhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

A gorgeous wood vanity looks spectacular against the soft green paint in the simple master suite.

wood vanity in sage green master suitePhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

I love being able to see the grain of the wood in this piece. It makes the entire bathroom look so rich.

wood vanity in sage green master suitePhoto by Prospect Refuge Studio

You can enjoy more photos of today’s simple master suite by Prospect Ridge Studio.

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  1. Oh, Jennifer, you somehow sent me exactly what I needed to see today!
    Just perfect. I’ve been trying to “see” my primary bedroom space, you really have inspired me! Thank you so much!