This large master bedroom is fitted with a spacious sleeping area and a complete office nook. While it is ideal to have the work area totally separate from the resting space, we have created a soft buffer in the space with the wide bench along with the window that touches into each zone. This helps the space to feel unified, while also creating a subtle border between the two areas.
A dark paint color is the perfect start in creating a moody bedroom design! Layered rugs flank the bed with a mix of patterns and texture. The Tanja Trunk from Anthropologie features a Moroccan print for an eclectic edge and provides storage at the foot of the bed.
Children have a LOT of toys, clothing, and accessories, so don't skimp on storage when designing their space! A chest at the foot of the bed can do double duty as storage and seating. Baskets can be moved around the bedroom for easy collecting of toys. A nightstand with a drawer keeps little items in one place.
Your living room mantle is one of the most important parts of your space. It is naturally where most eyes are drawn to immediately as they enter the space. Try layering a propped-up piece of wall art with vases, plants, and candles for an inviting and perfectly styled focal point.
Soft, cool grey is really having a moment in design. Its popularity is only growing more as we begin to realize its versatility from living spaces to bedrooms such as this transitional design. This color can be used in almost any space to provide a cozy, calming effect.
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