Contemporary BedroomContemporary Bedroom, London
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Austin, Texas, designer Allison Jaffe likes to place beds opposite the doorway but always makes sure that the bed isn't right up against a wall or on the diagonal. A diagonal position takes up unnecessary room, and it's hard to tuck sheets on a bed that's placed against the wall. Penfield suggests thinking about your bedroom priorities first. Do you like to look out a window? Or do you want to face the TV? How do you prefer to enter the room? Personal preference should, above all else, make the final call in the master bedroom. "This is your retreat and your feel-good everyday space," she says. "So often this is the last room we get asked to design — make it the first and spoil yourself."