When decorating a home, it’s tempting to concentrate on the public areas: foyer, living room, dining room, powder room and even the kitchen – especially the kitchen. But anyone who’s snuggled down to read or nap in a well-decorated bedroom or den knows that the rooms upstairs are as important as those on the main floor.
On his first visit with architect Alain Bergeron of the firm Aedifica, whom he’d commissioned to design the home, he also invited a landscape designer, and the three of them roamed the woods and imagined a house and garden that would fit right in.
Xin Xin and Lawrence Deschner fell in love with their 1912 Craftsman home in Renfrew Heights 20 years ago. The three-storey hilltop house offers breathtaking views of downtown Vancouver, the North Shore Mountains and the ocean.
The bed. It provides a natural focal point in the design of a bedroom. And heading into 2015, it’s becoming even more of a personal expression. Think of it as a manifesto of what spells style, comfort and luxury for you.
The bed: it’s a natural focal point in bedroom design. “There are so many ways to make a very individual and distinctive design statement now, with a new elegance coming through,” says Lianne Carioto, interior designer and vice president at Design Louis George on Cote de Liesse Rd.
It is never a bad idea to update your bedroom. This is one area that often gets snubbed when redecorating, even though we spend a considerable amount of time sleeping in this space. Why not create a fresh haven to unwind at the end of a stressful day and feel invigorated when we wake up? Here are some unique bedroom design ideas…
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