No, the couple have never sat together, here.
Not even once, well, maybe just that one time when they first arrived.
But, so what?
A pair of comfy chairs looks dynamite in the master bedroom.
What a nice secondary focal point to the bed.
It is nice to have a place to sit in the bedroom (besides the bed).
The perfect place to toss a robe before climbing into bed.
Comfortable enough for her five-minute morning check-in conversation with her best friend.
He likes to put his socks on here.
And, the teenage daughter always perches here, on the edge, just so,
to tell them that she is back by curfew.
A pair of chairs in the master.
Do you have room in yours for this wonderful style vignette?
Excuse the football terminology, but I think it is apt.Your Master Bedroom is Worthy. Don’t punt it.Worthy of attention to detail, attention to scale, and attention to making it a beautiful space.
Of all the spaces in your home, the one place that usually gets shortest shrift is the Master Bedroom.
If you have been ignoring your Master in favor of other, more public rooms in your house,
why not give this some thought.
Why not give yourself permission to attend to the most private space in your home?
Your bedroom should be the inner sanctum to which you can retreat at the end of a busy day.
It should be a place of refuge and relaxation.
And you should have a bed that is reasonably new and utterly comfortable.
If you are sleeping on a mattress you bought 15 years ago (or more), let me suggest that you start putting your personal comfort on your
priority list, at least somewhere.
You are probably not even getting a good night’s sleep. Have you admitted this to yourself?
When you have children, jobs, many commitments, the Master Bedroom can easily get lost in the shuffle.
Make it a priority. Next post, some tips on getting started!