Modern Master Bedroom Renovation: From Dark to Light

Host Joan Steffend and designer Erika Dodge convert a young homeowner's attic into a modern master bedroom.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWith the help of host Joan Steffend, carpenter Jeff Meyer and less than $500, designer Erika Dodge sets out to turn a once-dated attic into a modern and colorful master bedroom.
Sheilla Sajady is so excited because she just bought her first home, and she has already decorated it just the way she wanted. Except for one thing — the upstairs attic room. She wants it to be her master bedroom, but it isn't fit for occupancy yet. The wood-paneled walls and window treatments are very dated, and the space is a bit dark and dreary. The rest of her home reflects her preference for modern style mixed with global and international accents. This 20-something graphic designer would love to have that same look and feel in her attic.