From Chaotic Master Bedroom to Sophisticated Retreat
Before: Monochromatic Mess
This master bedroom is full of mismatched furniture and accessories all in a monochromatic color scheme. The different shades of maroon all blend together, creating a mismatched space without any eye-catching design details.
After: Luxurious Suite
The master bedroom now looks more lively and open without unnecessary draperies and deep-maroon walls. Plus, the homeowners said goodbye to carpet and welcomed woodgrain tile that runs both inside and out for a cohesive look. The new layout now feels like an urban loft rather than a college dorm room.
Before: Random Clutter
An awkward and unusable furniture arrangement minimizes the amount of space in the room and blocks both doors to the walk-in closet. A custom-built closet system could easily alleviate the clutter and provide plenty of space for clothes, as well as space for an entertainment center.
After: Modern Organization
To really utilize the back wall without blocking the closet entrances, a giant bamboo closet system now serves as an entertainment center and closet with concealed cabinet doors.
Before: Bare Outdoor Space
The concrete patio connected to the master bedroom is a major asset to the home, yet it's not being utilized at all.
After: Party-Ready Retreat
Privacy is an important factor when designing an outdoor space. To adequately create a true private patio, a concrete wall and plants were added to separate both units. An extra-large sofa, lanterns and leftover floor space make this a party-ready retreat for day or night.