Reader's Bedrooms: AO's Birch Forest

Reader's Bedrooms: AO's Birch Forest

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Maxwell Ryan
Feb 8, 2007
(Welcome to Bedroom Month! We're taking inspiring bedroom submissions from our readers. Join us.All info is here.) Welcome to AO! The key to a great bedroom is to focus on making a sanctuary for privacy, relaxation, and (ultimately) sleeping. For our apartment we chose: -Light blocking shades to keep out street light and added the top-down feature to allow for morning or evening light while retaining privacy. -Ultra-quiet ceiling fan and humidifier (the white donut looking thing on the dresser).... -A small cat door to let the kitties in/out of the bedroom anytime w/o disturbing resting humans. Keeping the door closed allows for heat or a/c control -Minimal clutter: --We only have a few books and a wall mounted tv with hidden electronics (see the floating re-purposed white Ikea shoe box on the wall? the a/v equipment is in there.) --HUGE Closet remodel to hide away all our stuff. -Soothing wallpaper that makes a statement. "Relax, you are in a cozy birch forest" Cheers, AO Hoboken, NJ
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