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Bedroom Takes a Creative Approach to A-Frame Design

Faced with slanted walls that limited storage space and exposed A-framing that made furniture arrangement a headache, ceramics artist and interior designer Desanka Fasiska could have changed the architecture in her Los Angeles bedroom to be a bit more accommodating. Instead, she decided to celebrate it. She offset the rustic wood framing with lighter textures and earth tones, added dormers to create a walk-in closet and played up the strange layout by putting a vintage claw-foot tub right out in the open.

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