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When we renovated our apartment in Montclair, the bedroom required major surgery. In the bottom photo you can see an odd structure jutting into the room.  This misuse of space housed a narrow closet and one of the two entrances to the bedroom. In the second photo it’s gone, and work has begun on the creation of the discrete bedroom suite. Construction is almost complete in the next photo, with built-in closets done, the original wood floor refinished and plywood added as part of an effective sound proofing system. Off the left hallway is our master bath and the door to the suite. In the top photo the room is finished. The bed rests against the upholstered wall, covered in a subtle William Morris pattern, which is repeated in the mini-office and the lumbar pillow atop the bed. The palette is light grey/green, clean and unfussy, accented by the textured wool carpet and painted wood bed. Counterpoint is provided by the espresso colored night tables and bulls-eye mirror.

The sleek, uncluttered design, in harmony with the revised layout, create a master bedroom suite that fits my husband and I like it was made for us, which, in fact, it was.

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