In the second-;oor master bedroom, Sarah and Bryan wanted a space that was just for sleeping
and resting. “We didn’t need a sitting area or a place to watch TV,” she says. But they did need
storage. The solution was a wall of built-in cabinets with a mix of shelves, large drawers and
hanging rods. They love the look of the home’s front façade and wanted to preserve it, so they
had to work around the existing window placements. The asymmetrical design highlights the
vintage round window, and they even made room under the other window for a window seat.
On the opposite side of the room, new sconces with individual switches ;ank the bed and
are among Sarah’s favorite elements. “You realize over time that the little touches make a big
difference day to day,” she says.