Furnishing Success - the Master Bedroom

As part of our series on tips for successful log home living spaces, learn more about what you can do to enhance the design of your master bedroom.

Furnishing Success
Tried-and-true tips for successful log home living spaces
by: Home Buyer Publications editorial staff

the Master Bedroom
Once upon a time, the master bedroom had its primary function: sleep. But today's bedrooms have grown into elaborate master suites—complete with sitting areas, integrated bathrooms and even kitchenettes. The space is often large, but it also has to be cozy. In the master suites that Mira designs, she creates distinct spaces for sleeping, bathing, dressing and lounging. But even in a larger space that encompasses different functional areas, she likes to keep things cozy. "By differentiating these spaces, large room dimensions feel like they're on a more human-sized scale," she says.

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