Transitional BedroomTransitional Bedroom, San Francisco
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Visually make things bigger. In smaller spaces, you can use large-scale white molding to expand certain elements. For example, to make windows and doors appear larger, frame them with oversized trim. In this bedroom, the window and door casings are 6 inches wide, giving us the impression that the door and windows are much larger than they actually are. In addition, the room’s baseboards are a whopping 8 inches tall. This makes the entire room feel more spacious, even with the deep, rich wall color.This trim color is Super White by Benjamin Moore.
Those with a brown, cream or white bedroom are most likely workaholics who take their work to bed with them at least three times per week. Shop workers are most likely to have these colors in their bedrooms.