Master Bedroom Before / After

Oversized, mis-matched furniture and an outdated window valance make this master bedroom space feel crowded and awkward. We centered the bed in front of the window to allow space for the massive dresser on the far wall, opening up access to the closet. The large wooden chest was covered with a cloth and moved to the corner to function as a nightstand. New bed linens and updated window treatments help to coordinate the color scheme.

Children’s Bedrooms

The wood paneled walls in this boy’s bedroom gave the room a dark and dated feel, so we removed all the personal wall art and painted the walls a pale shade of blue. A coordinating art print was brought in from another room in the house and placed over the bed. The rug and a small section of the desk were removed and the remaining furniture rearranged to make the room feel more spacious. Greenery on top of the dresser adds a finishing touch.

Children’s Bedrooms

The shocking green made too much of a statement in this girl’s room, so the color was toned down to a soft green. Removing the rug and extra pieces in the corner and makes it feel less cluttered more inviting. A few cheerful floral arrangements were added to complete the transformation.