Relaxing Bedroom Sanctuary

See how Kenneth Brown takes one woman's bedroom from bland and boring to sleek and modern.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionKavita's bedroom needs some style, as well as more furniture.
Kavita recently bought her first home–a roomy one-bedroom condo. Prior to buying, she had always lived in studio apartments, so she is really enjoying having a separate bedroom. What she is not enjoying is the bedroom's décor. The only furniture she has is a bed borrowed from a friend, and she really dislikes the bright blue walls. The homeowner would like to turn her new master bedroom into a sanctuary, a place where she can unwind and relax. She would like the bedroom to have a sleek, modern feel, but she'd also like the space to have a calm, Zen-like atmosphere.
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