“THE WALL­PA­PER BRINGS IN ALL OF THE ROOM’S COLOURS IN A SOFT WAY.”

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A muted pal­ette of creams, pale greys and icy blues gives the mas­ter bed­room a serene am­bi­ence, en­hanced by the wall­cov­er­ing. “The wall­pa­per brings in all of the room’s colours in a soft way,” says Ryan. “It al­most has a wa­ter­colour ef­fect.” WALL­PA­PER, Phillip Jef­fries; Sil­ver Satin OC-26 WALL PAINT (in bed­room and bath­room), Ben­jamin Moore; BED FRAME, RUG, BED­DING, BENCH, TOSS CUSH­IONS, SCONCE, Elte; NIGHT­STAND, RH. OP­PO­SITE, TOP LEFT At the other end of the mas­ter, a pair of over­sized arm­chairs is cozy and con­ve­nient. “This is a re­ally great area for every­one in this young fam­ily to curl up and read books to­gether, or for the par­ents to just re­lax and en­joy a cof­fee and the news­pa­per,” says Ryan. ARM­CHAIR, OT­TOMAN, FLOOR LAMP, RH.

In a dif­fer­ent part of the house, the old mas­ter bed­room felt cramped.

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