This Room is designed for a teenage girl who loves the Regency era of style and architecture, as well as reading books by Jane Austen. In a historical home, the style of this room fits in with the rest of the home while the colors add a little whimsy.
Enter to the left, able to see out the windows immediately. Desk area is to the right so that client can walk right into her room and drop her homework on the desk or be able to grab it on her way out in the mornings. The closet is open to the room but still hidden upon room entry.
Cover & Introduction
The bed frame is a classic shape with a dusty rose finish to compliment light bedding. Two side tables add surface area and storage for easy access from in bed. Closet to the left of the bed open to the room (could add a curtain to close it off).
The door is a deep blue-green color while the walls are a lighter blue-green, and the trim is off-white. The closet off to the right has built-in in a blueyier grey shade than the wall color with gold/brass hardware. French/Regency/Victorian trim & wall moldings throughout the whole room.
Table lamps and windows add light to the space. Window treatments: reverse roll light-blocking shades keep light out at night, and sheer curtains add a romantic feminine touch.
This client loves to read! Along with built-in bookshelves with closed storage on the left wall when you enter the room, I've also added a reading nook next to the desk and by a window.
The desk sits between two built-in bookshelves with artwork above to create a calm working atmosphere to study and do homework.
Another angle of the study/reading corner: I've added a foot stool next to the reading chair for extra lounging comfort.
During daylight hours closet light will remain off and this is what the space would look like with only natural light from the windows.
I've added a mirror to the space since the client is a teenager I imagine she/they would want to be able to check their outfit before leaving their room.
Since the renders didn't show the can/flush-mount lighting from above that I'd placed, I've added a table lamp for better visualization of what the space might look like at night with "florescent" (LED) lighting. If possible I would also add under-shelf/ in-cabinet lighting.