PRIMARY BEDROOM MAKEOVER

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

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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

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, DURING

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

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The bedroom had a single front facing window.

PRIMARY BEDROOM, BEFORE

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, BEFORE

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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

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

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

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER

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Soothing blue color scheme

PRIMARY BEDROOM, AFTER