Wednesday, February 4, 2015 / by Geri Sonkin
<div><a href='http://www.houzz.com/photos/22471205/Cordillera-meets-Provence-farmhouse-bedroom-denver'><img src='http://st.houzz.com/simgs/68e1b8a404bbd437_8-9344/farmhouse-bedroom.jpg' border=0 width='500' height='750' /></a></div><div style='color:#444;'><small><a style='text-decoration:none;color:#444;' href='http://www.houzz.com/photos/farmhouse/bedroom'>Farmhouse Bedroom</a> by <a style='text-decoration:none;color:#444;' href='http://www.houzz.com/professionals/architect/c/Avon--CO'>Avon Architects & Building Designers</a> <a style='text-decoration:none;color:#444;' href='http://www.houzz.com/pro/elisabethreed/reed-design-group'>Reed Design Group</a></small></div>
Even in a cookie cutter newly built home, you could transform your bedroom into a one-of-a-kind retreat by the simple addition of a window seat, flanked by book shelves or any other custom option storage units. Sometimes you have to look past what you see, to what might be. A great way to do that is to peruse the designed rooms created by the pros until you find something that catches your eye.