Published at Wednesday, 31 May 2017 by Aiglentina Gross in Bedroom, with total 49 drawings.
Home owners' dream: Including new master bedroom, client wanted lots as well as lots of closet space, new master bathroom, powder room as well as new hallway connecting the existing house to the addition. New exterior deck as well as landscaping. The interiors flow seamlessly from the existing house to the new addition, the design is contemporary with a mix of cool as well as warm finishes. It was a perfect fit for the clients as well as the love it.
Conventional wisdom says you have to position the head of the bed up against the main wall. But actually this is not always the best solution, as it depends on the layout of the bedroom as well as the adjoining rooms. Feng shui ― which considers room layouts in relation to the flow of life energy, or chi ― would usually come out strongly in favour of pushing the bed up against the main wall of a bedroom.
The owner preferred to have an en suite design where they can enjoy a larger space, like an executive hotel suite. That was the main reason for us to propose this layout. We tried various designs, such as changing the ways the bed as well as wardrobe face, but none of the layouts allowed maximum space as the selected scheme does.". I love the layout of the furniture. Makes the room larger without seeming oddly shaped. I have seen countless "bowling alley" shaped rooms in the past few years as well as I do not like the format of headboard as well as footboard giving scarcely enough room at the foot of the bed to pass through there.
Glamorous, suburban comfort! This master bedroom was designed by Barbara Feinstein, owner of B Fein Interiors. Century headboard upholstered in Pindler & Pindler brown satin. Sanderson wallpaper. Kravet fabric bed bolster. Chelsea House lamps. Bedside tables as well as sofa from Hickory Chair. Oversized ottoman from Swaim. Configure your layout wisely. Place the bed against an interior wall in the room. "Exterior walls change temperature, meaning your bed will be cold in the winter as well as possibly through summer if your basement is below grade," says Wiener. "Do whatever you can to leave enough room on one insulated interior wall for the bed.".
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