PRIMARY BEDROOM MAKEOVER

A cozy bedroom gains square footage and style without increasing its footprint

The bedroom had a support beam that ran the length of the room and the right side wall extended past the threshold creating a cave-ish feel.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, BEFORE

After exposing the beam we decided to  relocate the door to maximize the useable space in the room.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, DURING

With the beam gone, the room feels and looks larger. The new door location improves the flow of the room.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

The bedroom had a single front facing window.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, BEFORE

Adding a second window increased the natural light and made the exterior of the house symmetrical.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

The old bed wall was confined by the cave-like entrance to the room.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, BEFORE

After moving the door, we flipped the room layout and put the bed on the opposite wall to improve the flow of the room.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

With the mixture of antique and modern furniture pieces, the room has a cozy, personal feel.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

The rectangular brushed brass drapery rod and rings add a modern touch.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

Silk black-out drapes are as practical as they are polished.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

The dark door and crystal knob are on trend, but easily updated in the future.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

Soothing blue color scheme

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

 

919.475.8645

Raleigh, NC

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