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This home was meant to be a vacation home not just for the family, but for friends to come and enjoy too! The clients wanted to make sure that there would be plenty of places for guests to sleep, so McFadden squeezed two rustic twin bed frames into a spare bedroom.
Bed frames: La Lune
Night stand: Antique Chest, Love Train
Reading lights: Custom
Bedding linens: C&C Milano
Color pops out here and there, but overall the palette was purposely muted to draw attention to the exterior surroundings. "My work is very subtle. I'm not a bright, flamboyant designer in any way," says McFadden. "I like the lines and textures to speak louder than the palette. There's a softness to my work, and I think this home is a great reflection of that."
Headboard: Best Slipcover Company
Pillows/Bedding: Raoul Textiles and Sferra
Reading light: Circa
In another guest bedroom, a utilitarian-styled wood and steel desk adds a simple, rustic element to the space. The artwork framed above the desk is a mix of antique French stencils and antique Arabian rug patterns.
Desk and chair: Roost
Wall color: Pratt & Lambert Lambswool
The soothing color palette and simple interior product lines continue in the home's master bedroom. The large upholstered headboard was custom made of linen and lined with bronze nailheads. Linen and cotton bedding completes the look.
Bedding/Pillows: C&C Milano and Libeco
Table Lamps: Urban Electric & Co.