article_one-for-all.jpgThis bedroom's primary occupant may be the homeowner's youngest son, but, as it happens, it also serves as a multi-purpose room where the family works. It's also where friends and visiting relatives from abroad sleep. Located next to the living and dining areas, it's one of the more accessible rooms in the house, so other members often enter at odd hours. As such, a makeover would benefit the whole family, and that's exactly what they got.

Design consultant Dustin Reyes wasted no time in getting the room in tip-top shape. He kept the family's need for a multi-person space in mind, while also making sure it was comfortable enough for its main occupant. In the end, the room was divided into three areas: a space for music and recreational activities, another for work and study, and the center area for sleeping.

Check out the transformation below!

(First published as "One for All" in the "Real Makeover" section of Real Living's March 2010 issue. Photos by Miguel Nacianceno. Pictorial direction by Coni Tejada. Adapted for use in Female Network.)

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