Watch as feng shui expert Andrea Gerasimo helps Jocelyn transform her bedroom.
Shoes and other clutter made it difficult to maneuver the stairs.
What the bedroom looked like on a typical day.
Baskets holding clothes and accessories were messy and overflowing.
The television was the first thing to go.
The room was stripped to start from scratch.
A new round rug slows down energy flow through the room.
A chest at the foot of the bed creates a cozy space set apart from the rest of the room.
No more tripping up and down the stairs.
The room has a calm and restful energy.
The baskets were cleaned out and organized.
A beautiful picture is the first thing Jocelyn sees when she wakes up.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
First and Last Name *
District Of Columbia
Northern Mariana Islands
United States Minor Outlying Islands
Armed Forces Americas
Armed Forces Pacific
Armed Forces Others
City and state are only displayed in our print magazine if your comment is chosen for publication.
Why are the built-in drawers covered up with the candelabra? In the article it stated their was a lack of storage, so why are these not being used?
Although from the angle of the picture it looks like the drawers are blocked by the candles, they’re not. The candles sit right next to the built-ins, and I store most of my non-hanging clothes in those drawers.
And, is it for sale since the transformation?
LOL, Sandi! Make me an offer… 🙂
Where did you get the river rock rug????????????
I got mine at a place called Tuesday Morning, and it was the only one there. But a few months after I got mine, actually saw that they were selling the same one at Home Depot. Hope that helps.
where does the TV go? this is not practical. why do all designers never show the TV? where is the chargng station.
cannot work in real life!
This is my bedroom, and it actually does work in real life. I enjoy no longer having a TV in my bedroom. I now use it as my computer monitor in my home office – where my charging station is as well.
Love to see the rest of the place….that makes sense, the bedroom should be a place to relax, not work.
Feng-shui expert Andrea Gerasimo explains how to make your bedroom a restful sanctuary.