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In the previous post, you were able to see the before & after photos of the kitchen. In my humble opinion, second to the kitchen, the master bedroom is the next most important room in a home. It's where we start our day and where we end our day, so it needs to be a peaceful, restful space. 



We didn't have to make any structural changes to the bedroom, but we wanted it to be more peaceful for this young power couple to come home and relax in after a long hard day at work. We used a muted color palette and lots of soft textiles to create an inviting environment they would look forward to coming home to. We had custom window treatments made with blackout lining and took them to the ceiling to help the 8' ceiling feel higher.

Each bedside table has a tray to help organize the items we like to keep near us at night. Books, reading glasses, phones, etc. By corralling everything in a tray, it keeps the tabletop uncluttered and aesthetically pleasing. We had the electrician hardwire sconces on either side of the bed. The warmth of the brass works perfectly with the other finishes in the room.

A small sitting area in the master bedroom provides a restful place to pull up a book and a cozy blanket to read with.

On to the master bathroom...


Before the master bath felt choppy with his and her vanities across from each other and a tub coming off the window wall. We combined the his and hers vanities and added a claw foot tub along the window wall. We took the shower from the middle of the master closet and put it where the "his" vanity was originally. That gave us a lot more room in the closet and helped the flow of the bathroom. Sometimes smart space planning is all that is needed to completely transform a room. 

Next Up: The Family & Dining Rooms


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