Client Me Myself And I Can’t Make Up My Mind // Reveal, Pt. 5

Happy 2021, all of you! It’s been hell of the first few weeks and wanted to start things off on a light note with something that I’ve been promising for some time now. You’ve seen it here and there, but I’m finally digging into every detail of our master bedroom and bathroom. So let’s go, let’s go ?!

If you missed any of our mini-reveals, take a look below! Now let’s go!

Part 1: Entrance and living room

Part 2: Kitchen and dining area

Part 3: Family room

Part 4: Bathrooms

xoxo amber



This is the main hallway that we descend to enter all of our rooms. I wanted it to be filled with natural light and to have a view of the trees in our yard from the first to the last room. You will see that I have attached the same kitchen beams in this hallway, and once you scroll down even further you will see that we have carried the beams theme in our bathroom as well.

I can’t talk about this hallway without mentioning those wonderful windows by Marvin. The narrow framed leaves are super clean and I chose to paint the windows and trim a different color than the walls to make them stand out, very slightly. They let in every bit of natural light that makes me smile from ear to ear every time I walk in this room. Ps. If you missed it I wrote everything about my window selections and more here!

Windows // Ultimate Marvin Signature Collection
Paint // The walls are ‘Figueroa’ by Portola Paints in Roman Clay finish, the windows and moldings are painted ‘Piano Room’ by Portola Paints in Eggshell finish
Flooring // DuChateau Varació in Tonalé
Ceiling // Ross Alan recovered
Art // personalized by Addie Chapin
Carpet // Vintage from Shoppe
Pendants // Obsolete Holophane glass and brass gas lamp

master bedroom

Welcome to our cozy room! True to the shape of the rest of the house, I really didn’t want a bedroom that was too big or too big. When designing this space, it was about creating a cozy atmosphere and a giant large bedroom for my family of three was on top. So we stayed cool and tried to add volume by vaulting the ceilings and keeping the space light and bright. In my opinion, that’s just enough room for the essentials. Our bed, our bedside tables, a nice suitcase, a lounge chair and of course a little extra space for our 3 kittens, 2 dogs and 1 child to run !! I brought all kinds of textures, like a looped bed, velvet chaise longue, and super soft layers with a pop of color and pattern for the top of the bed. Similar to the hallway, we wanted to look out into our yard, and seeing that our bedroom is at the end of our ‘U’ shaped house, we look out and see some green grass, lots of huge old trees – and I can easily spy on what’s going on in the rest of the house!

PS. Many of you have asked for it, and I promise to take you to our closets in a separate article (coming soon)!

Doors // Marvin Signature Ultimate Collection multi-slide doors
Flooring // DuChateau Varació in Tonalé
Painting // The walls are “ Figueroa ” by Portola Paints in Roman Clay finish, the doors and moldings are painted “ Piano Room ” by Portola Paints in eggshell finish, The ceiling is “ Figueroa ” of Portola Paints in eggshell finish
Bed // The Amber bed by Shoppe Amber Interiors
Chair // The Milo chair by Shoppe Amber Interiors
Side Tables // Cove End Tables by Shoppe Amber Interiors
Ceiling // Tongue & Groove WindsorONE
Art // Vintage
Curtains // Custom

shop the look

Amber bed

$ 6,400

Milo chair

$ 4,800

Pommel Exley leather stool

$ 2,100

Cove end table

$ 3,400

Baird Hutch

$ 4,092

Zion rugs

$ 8,000

Agnès black sand ribbed lamp

$ 695

Cecil table lamp

$ 970

Rough carved medium size lamp

$ 900

Industrial brass chandelier

$ 2,795

Medium Matte Teal Table Lamp

$ 750

Flocca blanket

$ 399

Basix Sable Linen Duvet

$ 679

Simple lightweight waffle blanket

$ 195

Taupe Orchid Throw

$ 340

Old farm cabinet

$ 4000

Vintage leather gym bench

$ 2,700

main bathroom

I must say that … our bathroom brings me a lot of joy !! Like the rest of our house, I wanted this room to receive as much natural light as the rest. Nobody wants to wear makeup in the wrong light… amirite ?!

But seriously and I’ve mentioned it before, I stuck with a simple palette of materials throughout our home, but applied them uniquely in every space. So here you see the same beams as in the kitchen and hallway, but they are at the totally opposite ends of the house. I continued with custom white oak cabinets, similar to the guest bathroom and office, but designed them to feel cohesive, but also very different from room to room. Like the kitchen, I chose beautiful Calacatta marble countertops, and if you look closely they have a unique ogee edge detail inspired by an old Belgian farmhouse bathroom that I saw somewhere.

I designed the space specifically for our Showstopper Waterworks tub and added a custom sheer coffee curtain to the window behind. To the right of the tub we have a separate shower, lined in Cle tiles and I used my favorite Waterworks RW Atlas exposed shower system. Finally, I designed a powder coated steel shower door to match the trim in my whole house, made by my friend Cooper Reynolds Gross.

Paint // Walls are ‘Table Linen’ by Portola Paints in Roman Clay finish, windows and trim are painted ‘Piano Room’ by Portola Paints in Eggshell finish
Windows // Ultimate Marvin Signature Collection
Plumbing fixtures and bathtub // Aqueduct
Floor // Country tile
Shower tile // Cle tiles
Ceiling // Ross Alan recovered
Cabinetry // Custom
Shower door // Custom by Cooper Reynolds
Wall lights // Matthew Cox
Mirrors // Custom

shop the look


$ 60


$ 100


$ 100

Natural Cultivate Linen Bath Towel

$ 95

Natural Cultivate Linen Hand Towel

$ 50

Medium brass round plate

$ 20

Very small single walnut container

40 $

Rita’s Car Spark Plug

$ 60

Medium Desert Sage Moon Vase

$ 165

Basket with leather-wrapped handle Small

$ 90

Seagrass basket with small handle

$ 55

Small brass button

$ 12

Blue and green stoneware bowl

$ 10

Lodge wall lamp in natural oak

$ 945

Aubrey pendant

$ 804

Vista pendant

$ 1,240

Woman stretching

$ 250

Black Bloak Ladder

$ 550

Aaa and it’s an envelope on this little corner of our house. Then, outside! Stay tuned…..

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