A Haven for a Hectic Family
The Lyons-Fisher family gets help organizing their cluttered master bedroom and adjoining office.
Filed under: Office Organization, Room Design, Organization, Master Bedrooms, Home Offices
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New nightstands and a mirror over the bed help define the bedroom once it is excavated from underneath all the clothes. Some of the larger furniture pieces have also been removed to create more floor space.
The tidy office now has a repaired chair at the desk and a new placement for the inviting armchair. Paper clutter was diminished and organized into attractive files and baskets. A wireless mouse and keyboard cut down on cord mess.
The sofa, with a soft slipcover and fresh pillows, can finally be used as it was intended, as a relaxing spot to visit with the family.
The bureau was removed from this wall and replaced with a seating arrangement that creates a focal point at the entry of the bedroom.
With vertical wall space filled with adjustable shelves, shoe racks, variable and height rods, the two walk-in closets provide adequate storage for all the clothes from the dresser and bureaus as well as weeded-out hanging items.
This once disastrous area has been transformed into an efficient office as well as a calm bedroom and sitting area for everyone to enjoy.
Products from Linen Source:
15" bed skirt
French console tables
Product from Lamps Plus:
Shabby Chic able lamp with marble
Products from Village Artworks and Framing:
Product from Smith & Noble:
2" Cambridge wooden curtain rod
Products from Hangers.com:
Presidential suit hangers with pant bar
Signature suit hangers with pant bar
Classic combo hangers and grips
Products from The Container Store:
custom-made Elfa white/birch adult closets
padded coat hanger
clear drawer divider
moth-away cloth protector
hanging files, letter size
white storage boxes, cassette size
white magazine file holders
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