Our virtual apartment tour comes to an end with a look at our final room: the master bedroom. By far the biggest highlight of our stuff arriving was having our own bed — especially our super-comfy pillow-top mattress.Master bedroom, before.Master bedroom, after.I recently had a conversation with a Foreign Service Officer about the Embassy-provided Drexel Heritage headboards. Personally, they are not my style, but I didn’t find them terribly offensive. Some people might find the familiarity of the same headboard, lamps, dining tables, etc. comforting upon arriving in a new country — but she immediately burst into tears upon walking into her apartment the day she arrived from the airport.Before.After.I bought this ridiculously huge four-compartment laundry sorter to make it easier for our housekeeper to do my laundry. Like a lot of women I know, I am sort of picky with the way my clothes are washed: Some things can be machine-washed and dried normally, other things can be machine-washed but need to hang dry (looking at you, skinny jeans) and some things are delicate/hand wash only and hang dry. Then there’s lights and darks. I’m not so picky, however, that I don’t let other people do my laundry.All the bedrooms have these nice, big closets with lots of shelves and storage space. We don’t have a coat closet or linen closet, so the office closet doubles as that, but we have a lot of storage space, generally.It’s a very large room with an ensuite bathroom (our second full bathroom in the apartment). The way our apartment is shaped is a little odd: It’s really long and you can see all the way from the back of our bedroom to the front window of the formal living room. Now we just need more carpets to cover all the chilly wood and tile floors!Are you picky with your laundry?Check out previous Jordan House Tour posts: foyer & living room, kitchen & dining room, family room, guest bedroom and office. Also see my Kabul house tour and San Salvador house tour.