Place the bed opposite the entry door so it’s the first thing you see as you enter the room even if there are windows, says Beth Keim, owner of Charlotte, N.C.-based design firm Lucy and Company. “The bed can be on your window wall with a gorgeous wallpaper backdrop or flanking curtains.”
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