Kelly Schandel of Think Pure: "The design intent was to create a cheerful yet equally calming sanctuary that also reflects my design style: clean, contemporary, warm and inviting. With two large windows in the small (12’ x 14’) room, positioning the bed was crucial. I decided to place the headboard in front of one of the windows to allow the room’s new resident to enjoy some of the skyline views of Los Angeles’ downtown high rises through the other window. Placing film over the bottom half of the windows obscured the less inviting view directly outside. Two blown glass lampshades from Neptina in Venice, CA. helped determine the color scheme. "Attention to detail is important in small rooms because the details are more noticeable — they have to co-exist," Schandel says. Making the details multi-use makes sense too: the ribbon look wall sculpture is actually a coat hook." Holly Hunt donated the Christian Liaigre high-backed armchair. Minotti donated the slim, elegant table lamps. Classic Design made the ultra-suede platform bed. The fabric of the drapes, which came from Diamond Foam & Fabric in LA. The Parsons desk from West Elm is stunning finished in high gloss white lacquer. And two different wallpapers were donated.