Master Bedroom Reveal and Spring Tour

It’s almost spring and I love seeing all the colorful spaces on Instagram and Pinterest. Over the weekend I shared on Instagram a sneak peek of my master bedroom spring decor, and today I want to give you a master bedroom spring tour. Keep reading if you are looking for some master bedroom decorating ideas for spring!

Back in the summer, I posted how I planned to transition from our traditional master bedroom decor to a more transitional approach. I wanted to keep a neutral palette and only add pops of color with pillows, a throw, and wall art. I was able to bring color with beautiful spring pillows and a pink throw!

In this master bedroom spring tour, you will find lots of colors, ideas, and inspiration.


As time passes, I add more things to my to-do list. Decorating is a process and my master bedroom decor changes with the seasons. At Christmas, I put up decorations in my room for the first time, and I loved it. And today, I want to show you how it looks decorated for spring!

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Master bedroom Spring Decor Ideas and Tour

1. Master Bedroom Paint Color

We started our master bedroom makeover in the summer of 2019. The first and foremost thing we did was paint the walls. To start with a neutral canvas, we chose Sherwin Williams Passive, and I could not love this color more.

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This picture was taken at noon. The natural light is coming from the right side (West exposure).

We have been using this brand of paint since we used it for the first time in our family room makeover, two years ago. I get my Sherwin Williams paint mixed at my local Lowes. The base I use is HGTV HOME by Sherwin-Williams Infinity Ultra White.

2. New Upholstered King Size Bed

To continue with the master bedroom spring decor tour, I would like to make a stop and show you the beauty of our new king-size bed. Our old king-size bed was a sleigh bed in brown leather. I got tired of the brown, and the leather deteriorated.

The nightstands and dresser, however, are cherry wood with a granite top, and they have been kept well over the years. Therefore, we decided to keep them for a few more years and invest in a beautiful new bed only.

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Here’s another view of the south wall. Natural light coming from the right, at noon.

Our bed is the Upholstered Rylee king-size bed from City Furniture. We chose beige to bring out the beige streaks on the nightstands’ granite top. But it is also available in gray!

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Our bed is from City Furniture

The tufting on the headboard has the traditional style that I wanted to keep in the room. However, the straight and clean lines are as modern as we wanted them to be. The color beige makes the room look more open and brighter.

3. Ruched Duvet for Spring (or any season!)

One easy tip for spring decorating is using a white bedspread.

When I purchased this duvet cover, I wasn’t even remotely thinking about our master bedroom spring decor. I wanted a way to tone down the furniture and create sort of a blank canvas. It turns out; this duvet has worked out perfectly for fall, winter, and spring so far. All I have to do is swap out the toss pillows.

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The Hadley ruched duvet has a shabby look that I love!

This is the first time I purchase a duvet cover. We always used comforters, or quilts on all of our beds until I updated our son’s bedroom decor a couple of years ago. So, when we laid down for the first time under his soft new duvet, we were sold!

I purchased our duvet insert at Macy’s on Black Friday. A high-quality duvet insert can be pricey, but this is the one I wanted because I had already tested our son’s (in queen size) for the last two years, and I love the weight, quality, and the way it feels.

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Here’s another view of the duvet tucked inside the bed rail.

The ruched cotton duvet cover and shams, are from Pottery Barn. I am absolutely in love with the feel of the voile cotton of this duvet. We have used it all winter! We have been lucky to have several cold nights so we can open the windows and let the fresh winter air come into the room.

One of the reasons I was eager to get a platform bed, was to eliminate the need for a bed skirt. I like the look of them but I don’t think they’re practical. I think bed skirts are a nuisance to put on and take off. With this bed, I can choose to let the duvet hang or tuck it in. Which look do you like best?

4. Spring toss Pillows for our master bedroom

Another easy spring decorating tip would be: to add color with pillows!

Finding pillows to decorate our king-size bed wasn’t easy. I wanted to be intentional and not just buy something to fill the space. Adding color was on my must-do list but I wasn’t sure how to pull it off without feeling that I made a mistake.


The truth is, I have always been afraid of color. Even with my clothing. Except for yoga pants, those can be colorful and full of flowers, don’t care! But in all seriousness, I wanted to walk away from brown, beige, and blah and open my mind to something bright and fresh.

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Spring pillows are Opalhouse from Target

Decorating my master bedroom for spring seemed like the perfect opportunity to add some color to the room. I am not sure how I am going to feel about these spring pillows on my bed a couple of months from now, but so far I really love them.

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The ivory pillows in the back, are not really Euro pillows (they’re 22 inches), but I had them put away in my closet for over a year, waiting to be used. Those pillows are from the Better Homes and Gardens line at Walmart.

5. The Reading Nook decorated for spring

Of all the new changes we made to our master bedroom, I have to say, I adore my reading nook. It’s pretty obvious on my Instagram.

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The task lamp is Threshold from Target

The recliner is from Walmart, and I can not love it more than I do. This chair is not only beautiful, with a perfect traditional tufted design, but also very affordable. It also comes in gray, and I am seriously thinking about getting a couple more for our living room.

The Threshold task lamp is from Target. It is very affordable, and it complements the reading nook so well. The side table was in our son’s nursery, and I have saved it for 10 years because I can’t part with it. It brings good memories. It was a HomeGoods find.

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The side table is a 2010 HomeGoods find!

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To add a touch of spring to my reading nook, I added the following:


Master Bedroom Makeover checklist

Below is my master bedroom makeover to-do list, and the things I have accomplished so far.

  1. Paint the room.
  2. New bed and mattress.
  3. Pintuck or ruched duvet.
  4. Duvet insert.
  5. New reading chair and ottoman.
  6. A side table for my reading nook
  7. Build a custom bookcase/media unit
  8. Smart TV
  9. A lamp for my reading nook
  10. A sleek ceiling fan with light.
  11. New table lamps
  12. Window treatments – We opted for installing pre-made plantation shutters.
  13. New wall sconces
  14. Wall art
  15. Euro pillows
  16. Toss pillows
  17. New hardware for dresser and nightstands
  18. New roman shade for the side door

I hope you enjoyed this master bedroom reveal and spring decor tour as much as I enjoyed putting it together for you!


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