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‘Breaking the rules’ can create ultimate, comfortable master bedroom

This four post bed is the centerpiece of a master bedroom designed by interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. He says it’s imperative to leave at least 56 inches of space in front of the bed for proper traffic flow. (Zeke Ruelas for Brian Patrick Flynn)
This four post bed is the centerpiece of a master bedroom designed by interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. He says it’s imperative to leave at least 56 inches of space in front of the bed for proper traffic flow. (Zeke Ruelas for Brian Patrick Flynn)
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We’re told that a well-designed master bedroom should be an oasis of romantic calm. It’s also supposed to be the practical place where you store clothing and get a good night’s sleep, and it may also be where you watch television, pay bills and even set up a home office. That’s a lot to ask of a single room. On the bright side, says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn, you have plenty of decorating freedom. ...

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