Decorating & Furniture/Master bedroom

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Hi, our master bedroom is  small and very hard to figure out the furniture placement.  Entry door, closet foor and sliding doors to backyard make options very limited.  My main issue is that the sliding door is our only entry to backyard so guests have to track through our bedroom.  Should we replace queen size bed with daybed and turn room into family room?  Or should we move master bedroom into lower level?  I'm not sure I feel comfortable about sleeping away from kids.
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Hi Gabi,

Thanks for choosing me from All Experts.  

If you have young children, don't relocate.  Their safety and your peace of mind is imperative.  

I realize that traipsing through your bedroom to get to the back yard is problematic, but it may be something you just have to live with.  

If you can, arrange the bed so that the foot of the bed is facing the doorway - so you 'see' the bed as the focal point of the room.  That always makes the bedroom visually larger.  Get rid of any furniture that you don't have to have in there, and use underbed storage if you can.  That eliminates bulky items that have to be stored, but don't have to be seen.  

Your call on moving your bedroom.  If you opt to do that, I would avoid the daybed #unless you need another bedroom# and opt for a couple of comfy chairs and a reading lamp.

Regards
Jennifer

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