Master BedroomBeach Style Bedroom, New York
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Ditching the door doesn't just apply to closet spaces. Forgo doors between rooms when the view is worth looking at. Here, the view of the adjacent sitting room draws you in from the bedroom. Luxurious curtain panels keep the rooms feeling separate while allowing the eye to wander.
6. Rethink entries, closets and doors. If you have unattractive sliding closet doors or an awkwardly tight entryway, consider replacing the doors with curtains. They take up less space, add softness and provide another opportunity to layer in color and texture. It's a relatively simple change to undertake, and it can make a huge difference in the feel of the room.
I love how the curtain panels on this doorway make it look like an ordinary window. Is there anywhere in your own home that you can do something like this? It’s a nice way to hide clutter without having to explain what’s behind the door that you refuse to open. Just act like the curtains are window treatments!