THE MASTER BEDROOM

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A Room with a View

Our master bedroom has expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that face west--that's right we have mountain views! Well, we do now. Like the windows in the living room, the master had a privacy screen on the outside, heavy curtains on the inside, and 6' tall juniper bushes blocking almost all natural light from entering the room and definitely obscuring the view. The first thing we did with this room (besides rip up the carpet) was remove the curtains and the bushes. What a difference it made. 

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New Floors

Another transformation happened when we put in the new floors. Like the other rooms, we used red oak common #1 and coated it with poly. This allowed for the wood's natural color(s) to surface. 

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Before and After

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 Fun fact. We didn't know it when we first moved in, but this poster was hiding a hole in the door that has been there for more than 30 years. The daughters who grew up in the house were elated to see it was still there. A marking of childhood play.

Fun fact. We didn't know it when we first moved in, but this poster was hiding a hole in the door that has been there for more than 30 years. The daughters who grew up in the house were elated to see it was still there. A marking of childhood play.

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