Before: The white walls, dark linens and stark furniture created a cold, unwelcoming atmosphere to this master bedroom.
Before: The TV was taking up valuable storage space in the armoire. A better storage system was needed for the files.
Before: Limited counter space in the attached bathroom.
After: The saturated, happy colors of the bed linens are the first thing you notice when entering the bedroom. The original suite of bedroom furniture was kept - with the exception of the combination bookcase/headboard. The new upholstered headboard adds comfort and more room at the foot of the bed. The soft wall to wall window treatment allows complete privacy or sheer, diffused light with the flick of a wand.
After: What a difference simply changing the orientation of the mirror makes. The room instantly feels taller. Handmade paper and simple trim was added to the armoire to customize it and break up the sea of black furniture. Ceiling fan, little lamp and comfortable chair all make the room cozy and comfortable.
After: Lighting and Paint are two very important elements in this room transformation. Walls and ceilings were warmed up with rich vanilla custard shades, which made the existing trim and beams pop. Wall sconces, swing arm lamps, an accent lamp and overhead lighting was all added with dimmers.
After: This little wall becomes a beautiful feature with the addition of wall sconces, a colorful painting and a new solution for filing and storage.
After: With a small bathroom every inch counts. New tile, sink, faucet and backsplash add a few more inches of counter space. Larger tile limits the number of grout lines on the counter surface. Wall storage helps keep the counter clear. And new cabinet hardware adds a little color.
After: Every master bedroom should be a room that makes you smile.
Lighting, colorful bed linens, and a new paint palette warm up this Master Bedroom.
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