The master bedroom of this turn of the century home was dysfunctional, but the designers moved the French doors to the corner of the room to make the space function smoothly. In the back of the space, the porch was inclosed to make a private TV nook for the couple. The navy shelving matches the tufted navy headboard in the main part of the room, while the open shelves give the couple a place to store their books and small decorations.
In the new master suite, a porch has been enclosed to create a private television room for the couple. Across from the custom built navy shelves that hold the television and some of the couple's books and decorations is a huge, plush couch so that the couple can enjoy their time in their private television nook.
This master suite has many luxury features such as a tufted headboard and a television nook. Another luxury feature in this space is the reading nook in the corner of the room. The metallic shelving in the space adds to the decorative feel of the room, while the chair in the corner provides a comfortable space to read and relax.
This master suite is full of luxurious touches including a tufted headboard and a private television nook for the couple. The sitting area in the corner of the room is no exception. The large windows that line the room give the reading nook plenty of natural light. The floor lamp helps to give light to the space, while the end table makes for a cozy place to set a cup of tea while readers enjoy their books.
At the end of the master suite is a cozy den featuring a corner fireplace, library nook and television. Heavy wood beams and trim and stucco walls continue the Mediterranean styling seen throughout this Santa Ynez Valley, Calif., home.