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My dilemna is my master bedroom. It has looked the same way since we moved in and I've never painted in there. Looks like it will be the last room to get some lovin'.
Wall #1 - It's a pretty small room. This furniture is gorgeous and fit in our old house perfectly, but things are a little tight in this space. Unfortunately, we'll have to live with it for a few more years!
I'm not tied to ANY of the colors, but want the room to feel like a retreat.
What do you think about the lamps? Should they be taller, chunkier? And the art? Does it look strange to not have something over the bed?
Wall #2 - This is what you see if you are laying in bed, a wall of dark furniture! My problem in moving one of the pieces is, wall#3 is a window seat (total waste of space in my opinion) and the other wall is open but placing furniture there may block the path into the bathroom.
Need ideas for paint color in this room and ideas for accessories (everything is so dark!)
Wall #3 - the window seat. What do I do with this, really? It's not like I'm going to sit there on a cushion and read a book! Ideas?
Also, window treatment ideas, keeping in mind that hardware has to be attached to the CEILING because of the windows and that floor length panels wont work because of the window seat.
The ceiling -- I'm feeling like it needs some sort of special paint treatment, but what?
The fan needs to go (ugly builder grade). We'll have to replace with a prettier fan, since we are in sticky Houston (*she says wistfully, thinking of the drippy chandy she would really like to see in here)
So, have at it! No critique too harsh. Colors are fair game, Bedding, accessories, window treatments are too.
What would YOU do in this room?