Wake Up Your Bedroom

When a Long Island family bought their new home, it came with a dumpy, dated master bedroom. HGTV Magazine stepped in for a redo.

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Bright and Shiny Update

However, designer Elaine Griffin saw loads of potential in the sunny space, starting with a pretty gray and yellow color scheme. “We made it a multitasking room, with zones for sleeping, working, and relaxing,” Elaine says. Gail’s reaction to the redo: “Gorgeous! The room that was once sad and dingy is now our favorite place in the house.”

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