Inspiration for a large eclectic master carpeted and beige floor bedroom remodel in Los Angeles with green walls and no fireplace

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Inspiration for a large eclectic master carpeted and beige floor bedroom remodel in Los Angeles with green walls and no fireplace - Houzz

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rtischl wrote:April 12, 2017
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  • stephnbell
    3 years ago
    So I'm not an interior designer (just a disenchanted attorney), but based on your description, I think maybe your set-up is similar to the dilemma I had: three windows on one wall, one window on the adjacent wall, ceiling soffit etc. (basically a wrap-around). I used a hinged elbow connector to connect a long rod on the 3 window wall to a shorter rod on the 1-window wall. Mounted it very high.
    I then put patterned curtain panels in the corner and on both sides, and then plain panels between each window. Because the windows are recessed and the frames steel, I mounted shades inside using industrial -strength Velcro (it works). The shades extend to the window sill (which is actually the radiator cover..). Where the unit is, I pull the shade all the down way down when I want to hide it. Because of the curtain panels on the sides, you don't notice as much that there is a unit jutting out. This may not work if the windows are less recessed.
    Hope this helps!
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Linda Walker added this to Bedroom3 days ago

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