We have tried to take all of your considerations into our analysis. In your project description you have stated that the walk-in closet and the bathroom are completed, and thus were not included into our overall design.
Our analysis consisted out of 3 parts including the overall [u]style[/u] (which you stated is either Italian, Spanish or Scandinavian), light and color scheme.
Our design revolved around keeping a few existing pieces, and then introducing new pieces and new accessories to the space. We kep the wingback chairs (as instructed), the silver mirror (which was repositioned), and we made no changes to the make-up area due to the fact that it fitted our overall design and functionality.
One of the first things we did was to free up the corner niches, and use them as a design statement in forms of accessories and sculptures. The chosen items were aimed to reflect the Spanish/Italian influence through rustical ceramic sculptures and metallic treatments. And additional light was added simply to balance out the alcove lightning. We chose a new pendulum chandelier, because the vaulted section above the bed is reminiscing of open sky, and the chandelier was a lighter element, symbolizing the falling rain drops. The present chandelier look as a too heavy of an element.
Wall treatments were chose in order to only slightly differ from the present wall color. The chosen colors were from the Banjamin Moore collection as well, indicating a hint of lavender and a touch of warmth. The presented colors in our rendering may differ depending on the screen (they may appear more drastic or more warmer/cooler then intended). New colors are aimed to bring out a more harmonious nature of the structural elements of the room!
Lastly we chose a rug, in order to lighten up and warm-up the overly large wood floor, and counterbalance the grayness of the walls which might result in a cold space. The rest, we tried to keep as simple as possible, opting out for simple sheer curtains and silver frames.
We hope we achieved what you expected and hoped we would. It was a joy working on your project.