Leaside Master BedroomTransitional Bedroom, Toronto
The homeowners wanted a cozy and romantic room, with lots of feminine softness but enough masculinity to keep the space feeling grounded. We achieved this by juxtaposing luxurious fabrics in a light, airy palette with clean-lined furniture and deep, rich wood tones.
Photo by David Bagosy
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8. Create visual impact. In a micro space, a generously sized decorative piece can help distract from the size of the room. Look at the large chandelier and the vibrant picture next to the bed: The eye has so much to look at that it barely registers the room’s small dimensions.Tell us: What tricks have you used to make your small bedroom look larger? Share them in the Comments.MoreRead more stories about small-space designFind closet storage products