What Houzz contributors are saying:
Bedroom3. Make the most of heightExposed beams are all the rage these days, and they draw the eye upward rather than allowing one’s line of sight to bounce from side to side. Make a feature of a ceiling, even if it’s not particularly high, and you will create a sense of space in even the narrowest of rooms.The wall of glass dominating one side of the room adds to the illusion of a more expansive space. Plus, the bed actually folds into the wall when sleep’s done for the day, so this room can also be used as a work space.