Make room for rest and relaxation.
Meant to be a private serene area of the house, our bedrooms often become busy, restless environments where clutter accumulates over time. The lack of proper lighting and its management, or appropriate furniture and sufficient storage makes the bedroomcrowded and uncomfortable.
Additional lighting for all bedroom activities, blinds and drapes for managing brightness, as well as added storage and organization can go a long way in making this important space more inviting and comfortable.
Consider new furniture built for storage and comfort, new window coverings for style and light management, new lighting for better use of the space and new accents for personality. Just a few well-chosen changes turn a simple bedroom into a personal retreat.
Make the bed the focus — Featured in Canadian Living (Feb 2012). Photo by Stacey Brandford.
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