RE-ARRANGING THE MASTER

May 2, 2013

There’s something nearly therapeutic about rearranging a room’s furniture. Especially if it corrects something that just wasn’t quite right in the space before.

Master Bedroom from Rachel Schultz

Master Bedroom from Rachel Schultz

I love the shape & natural light of our bedroom and was super eager for when could make the big purcha$e to buy a cozy club chair for a by-the-window reading nook. With that in mind, we had our bed up against the entry wall with a relatively huge space at the food of the bed, waiting to be filled. That whole part of the room was being wasted since we usually only walk the distance to the bed or closet. Acknowledging that lovely armchair purchase may be far off in the future, we were motivated to give our bedroom better flow now.

Master Bedroom from Rachel Schultz

Master Bedroom from Rachel Schultz

With the bed on its new wall, the room is so much more balanced. The window area gets more foot traffic and lets us appreciate or nice view. These before & after doodlings help visualize.

Master Bedroom from Rachel Schultz

One thing led to another and I’m sketching out my future hopes and dreams too. New features are: 1) the previously mentioned reading chair, 2) a shelf unit on the wall where the bed used to be to have even more storage, and 3) a small table or dresser for clothes, a lamp, books, etc.

Master Bedroom from Rachel Schultz

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Comments

  • Laura M

    Wonderful. Try switching your bedside lamps around. I think the larger one would look better as the farther away one. Perspective thing. Let me know what you think.

    • Rachel Schultz

      Thanks! They’re actually the same lamp.

  • AshleighE

    That is funny how the smallest changes make such an impact.

    • Rachel Schultz

      Truth!

  • Rachel Schultz

    THANKS

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