East Bentleigh ResidenceTraditional Bedroom, Melbourne

Silk curtains, a velvet chaise and mirrored elements make this luxurious Master suite sparkle with contemporary glamour.

Photography by Larry Pitt Photography

This is an example of a traditional master bedroom in Melbourne with white walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: Clever Ways to Work Kitchen Cabinets Into Other Rooms16 March 2017

In the bedroomFreestanding wardrobes can be made from kitchen pantry or broom cabinets. Just remove any shelves you don’t need and add some hanging rails at heights to suit the length of your clothes. Choose door styles and finishes to suit the decor of your room. For example, panelled doors in a more traditional or classically styled space, or flat doors for a more contemporary, streamlined space. Add extra storage in a bedroom area with some drawer cabinets that can be used to store underwear and nightwear, scarves, accessories and folded clothes. Finish the cabinets with a matching benchtop to help them look more like a piece of custom furniture. Display ornaments, personal items and family photos on the benchtop. Position a mirror above the drawers so you can use the area as a hair and make-up station, or as somewhere to put jewellery on before heading out.

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Claire Garner added this to Tv3 October 2019

Cornice and panel at top not a cupboard

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