it is not a good idea to combine so much in a master bedroom. Bad fung shui, really. If the room is large enough then divide and conquer. I do like the idea of a headboard as a divider with the work/excerise in one concealed area, then the bed/sleeping area in the other.
Master Bedroom with a Desk? Good Questions
|5/15/12 2:34 PM|
switch the paintings. The colour one can stand on its own, and the black and white balances with the sofa. Do a rich colour (one from the coloured painting that draws you) for an oval or round area rug.
How To Decorate Around Great Inherited Paintings? Good Questions
|5/15/12 2:04 PM|
I agree with amisdottir, use swing doors and incorporate shoe/boot storage. Your front entrace should be welcoming and not cluttered. I would also look around for a unique, large sofa table to catch all.
Shoe Storage/Counter Combo for Entryway? Good Questions
|5/15/12 1:59 PM|
first things first...Myself? I have always disliked intensely exposed pipes in this application. I'd use fabric (textured, washable, light coloured - perhaps the lightest blue in the bath?) to skirt the sink. Adhere with velcro, and wash as needed. Then, the shower curtain should be a heavy weight clear plastic and go wild with every shade of blue for towels you can find.
How To Decorate Unique Retro Bathroom? Good Questions
|5/15/12 1:45 PM|