After downsizing, a integrate wants a master bedroom with space for rest and work
December 1, 2016 - accent chair
Abby and Neil Imus recently downsized to a two-bedroom condominium in Bethesda and are stymied by a bland, ungainly space in their 17-by-13-foot master bedroom. They are perplexing to contend with a vast wall of windows that boundary their options for seat placement, and would like a resolution to a doorway that opens into a closet, preventing them from accessing garments but shutting a doorway behind them. They need space for sleeping and a list and would like to supplement wall-to-wall carpeting.
Designer Lok Yan creates a cozy, balmy bedroom with a comfortable tone palette and zones for relaxing and working, and conceals a radio from perspective when it’s not in use.
Hiding a projector and drop-down shade (not shown) is a ideal approach to disguise a radio when not in use. A vast free-standing counterpart propped opposite a wall will make a room feel incomparable and assistance discharge light. Add storage with a height bed with drawers. A comfortable gray paint tone creates a neutral backdrop. Try Stonington Gray by Benjamin Moore. Choose accent pieces in resisting colors, such as a blue epitome art and a ochre chair, to supplement visible interest. An accent wall in a beige striated wallpaper adds texture. A shifting stable doorway (not shown) is an ideal resolution for a parsimonious closet and will make a space some-more organic and attractive.
Yan, with Perceptions Interiors (202-330-5619, perceptions interiors.com), is formed in a District.
SPLURGE: Metal beveled 42-by-78-inch leaner counterpart in tender steel and transparent potion ($1,595, restoration hardware.com), left. SAVE: Sellwood classical 34-by-70-inch counterpart in black ($200, rejuvenation.com).
Furniture: Hudson two-drawer nightstand in maple with bombard stain, stainless-steel bottom and natural-steel hardware ($699, roomandboard.com); petrify pedestal side list ($249, westelm.com); Dayla sapphire accent chair ($724, cymax.com); Colter armchair in ochre leather ($600, moderndigsfurniture.com); Totten essay list in espresso ($1,065, allmodern.com). Accessories: Brentford dimmable wall chandelier with shade in Smoke ($499, roomandboard.com); Lens list lamp ($139) and luxe velvet 12-by-21-inch sham cover in light gray ($39), both from westelm.com; “Le Mur” board imitation ($700, zgallerie.com); “Sepia Leaf Study” framed imitation set ($328, wayfair.com); Italian hotel satin-stitch white piece set ($299 for king), shams ($99) and duvet cover, all with Stone trim ($299) and petite plat string sateen cover in Fog ($399), all from restorationhardware.com . Materials: Legion Furniture ZL015 beige wallpaper ($125 for a 39-inch-by-18-foot roll, atgstores.com); Soft Whisper II runner in Pelican Wing (prices vary, mohawkflooring.com); sliding 30-by-84-inch stable doorway in weathered teak ($650) and classic top-mount five-foot stable doorway hardware in Raw ($225), both from houzz.com.
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