Much more than a mere place of nocturnal rest, the bedroom is a haven and a sanctuary for the heads of the household. Particularly when that household includes children, the bedroom can be a place where father and mother can retreat for private time, or enjoy a short break from family activities. When combined with one or more private bathrooms and a den or study, the bedroom is usually referred to as the master suite.

The study, similar but not identical to an office in the home, is often adjacent to the master, or largest bedroom. The home office is a semi-public area designed primarily for business. The studys name derives from the Renaissance studiolo, usually accessible only from the bedroom, where the Italian nobility of the late Middle Ages would retire in privacy for reading and meditation. Later on, in Elizabethan England, the study was known as a closet, the room to which people of means could withdraw from the public life of the house as it was lived in the great hall. The closet drama, a literary work in the form of theater, was not intended for public performance. Rather, it was to be read and visualized in privacy

This built-in vale makes an elegant statement of personal achievement and practicality on the inner wall of the master bedroom. Constructed of (wood type and origin), the vale features (what kind of TV assume that's what it is) between spacious shelves displaying personal and professional mementoes that the owner chooses to share only with his family and a select few visitors. (Can add something about the columns, lower compartments, and top shelf if available and appropriate)

The cabinetry of the studiolo would often be adorned with heraldry and emblems that reminded the master of his station in life. Cabinetry suitable for your bedroom, study, or master suite speaks to you and those closest to you in similar fashion, housing and displaying the personal goods and treasures that bespeak your singular achievements to date and your hopes and dreams for the future.