To balance the irregular layout and uneven ceiling, designer Andreas Charalambous designs bookcases and a built-in desk in sycamore to create a consistent look throughout the bedroom. To disguise the varying ceiling heights, he creates a canopy bed in the same sycamore paneling.
The base of the platform bed gives the illusion of a bed suspended in space. Other elements, like the floating nightstand and glass shelving, add an airy and streamlined quality to the room, which also makes the space seem larger.
For the dressing area of the bedroom, Charalambous decided that the master bedroom could lose two feet in order to add an additional row of closets, which now allows for a mirrored niche with a seat for getting dressed. The existing closets are lined with floor-to-ceiling mirrors to make the space seem twice as big.