A Divinely Designed Sexy Bedroom
Candice Olson adds intimacy and oomph to a newlywed couple's bedroom.
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Laura couldn’t have been more pleased and more frustrated at the same time. She had endured a year of renovation hell, living in her tiny basement while her 1940s bungalow was being transformed into a beautiful two-story charmer.
Her new bedroom on the second floor was roomy enough and with its high ceiling and angled walls, it was nothing if not interesting. But it was also dull and lifeless. It lacked oomph.
Fortunately, Laura’s personal life hadn’t suffered the same fate. She had met and married James, and the newlyweds settled happily into the newly refurbished home. Although the bedroom was spacious, closet space was at a minimum. (James’ daily ritual included a scavenger hunt around the house to retrieve his clothes.) Laura dreamed of a bedroom that was chic and luxurious, yet warm and romantic enough to complement the intimacy she now shared with her husband. But she didn’t have the heart or the stamina for another round of renovations.
That’s when James contacted me.
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