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Eight Ways to Master the Master Bedroom
When kids are small, they spend about as much time as we do in the master bedroom. We are apt to wake up with a little one curled beside us, or a toy wedged beneath our back. It’s a minor miracle if we get the bed made, much less worry about matching curtains and shams! But, as the children grow, many parents start to see the master bedroom as a refuge. It becomes a room that displays our personality without screaming it.

 

Your Child's Bedroom

Where your children sleep is their sanctuary. Whether they have their own room or share it with one or two siblings, it should be a place of calm and refuge, where they are as comfortable quietly reading or doing homework as playing with friends.


 

Your Child's Bedroom

Where your children sleep is their sanctuary. Whether they have their own room or share it with one or two siblings, it should be a place of calm and refuge, where they are as comfortable quietly reading or doing homework as playing with friends.


 








 
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