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Harwood was used instead of carpet throughout most of the home to reduce exposure to dust and allergens, as well as eliminate the need to use harsh cleaning chemicals. Area rugs hand-woven from organic wool and silk and colored with vegetable dyes and other natural materials were laid over the floors.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Lay Out a Serene, Comfortable Master Bedroom5 March 2018

Traffic and seating areasIt’s tempting to get as big a bed as possible, but make sure that it doesn’t feel overwhelming in your room. “Most master suites can handle a king-sized bed,” says Jaffe. “But when in doubt, select a queen.”Size and place your bed so there’s space for other furniture. “A pair of nightstands and bed crammed wall to wall gives no visual relief,” says Leland. Want an extra seating area in your bedroom? You don’t need a ton of space. According to Leland, a seating area can be as small as 4 by 4 feet for a single chair and a small table. If you have the space, a loveseat and two end tables can usually fit in a 10- by 5-foot area.Check out these 9 unique beds

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