“Upon entering the master suite in Unit 201, one is immediately struck by the view of the original Saint Bernards edifice juxtaposed against the Somerset Hills of Bernardsville. It is an historic sight with the perspective of being nestled in the treetops,” says Mikulich.
“We have drawn our inspiration from this view of nature, and executed our design with a nod to both classicism and a little of the far east. References to flowers are evident in the art, furniture and lighting. We are using geodes as accent pieces, botanical prints frame the bed wall, integrated with architectural mouldings and an accent wallpaper depicting clouds is featured in the bathroom.”
“Our palette is quiet, zen-like and subdued as a master bedroom should be. The accent colors we are using are pale pinks, lilacs which you will see in the accent pieces and some of the softer elements. And, while the colors may be tend towards a neutral feminine, we have balanced the space with a more masculine scale evident in some of the furnishings which are black and moody, and large scale.
We have created this Master Suite in Residence 201 to appeal to both the Mr. and Mrs. Resident and hope you are inspired as we have been.”
Bed and Nightstands: Arhaus | Paint: Benjamin Moore | Chandeliers: American Brass and Crystal | Area Rug: J&S Designer Flooring | Sconces in Bathroom: Hudson Valley Lighting | Drapery and Shades: CMI Interiors | Faux Painter: Stacy Guggenheim | Bedding: Eastern Accents | Wallpaper and Grasscloth: York Wallcoverings | Tile: Mediterranean Tile | Stone: Cosentino | Mattress: Hibernate Bedding | All other furnishings from our shop: Oasis Home, Asbury Park, NJ
Photography by Lisa Russman.