Guest BedroomContemporary Bedroom, Seattle
This home was built in 1952. the was completely gutted and the floor plans was opened to provide for a more contemporary lifestyle. A simple palette of concrete, wood, metal, and stone provide an enduring atmosphere that respects the vintage of the home.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
10. Wow with white. All white is a fail-safe space enhancer, but there are so many ways to do it. Here soft neutrals add just the right amount of warmth, while the minimal wall decorations draw the eye to the window and the view beyond. The neat built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.
3. Go for an extra-wide dresser. Does your dresser leave wasted space on both ends? Fill the entire wall instead with one long dresser (or a bunch of little matching dressers) to use every last inch. Filling the space from wall to wall can actually make your room look bigger, too.
1. Scale. The easiest way to balance weight in a space is to envision a simple scale. Imagine the fulcrum in the middle with two platforms on either side. In this photo the window is the fulcrum and the two pieces of art are on each scale platform. Notice that one piece of art is slightly smaller then the other. Also notice the small flower arrangement in the bottom right corner of the window. Adding the flowers tips the scale slightly to the right, giving the smaller artwork more weight and balancing the space. Leave one of those objects out of the photo and the weight will be off balance.