729 yard Bedroom Design Photos

Douglas VanderHorn Architects
19 Reviews
French Country Estate
Ideabooks655
Questions2
since it’s against the wall. Rinfret notes this bed required about 15 yards for the blue fabric on the headboard drapery and interior valance, and 10 yards of the floral fabric for the outside of the valance, as well as 15 yards of trim.
“boudoir chic” — wildshabbygypsy
Clarum Homes
Los Altos Modern
Ideabooks368
Questions1
Love how the bedroom opens right into the flat back yard. Simply and so relaxing. I want a yard like this.
Bedroom opening to private yard
yard area...Open to yard
“Black trim” — emma52111
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Erica Islas
Ideabooks14,828
Questions16
broken record with the flowers, but they are such a nice touch. Even if it’s one little rosebud in a tiny vase, or magnolia leaves picked from your yard, this gesture will make guests feel extra welcome.
broken record with the flowers, but they are such a nice touch. Even if it’s one little rosebud in a tiny vase, or magnolia leaves picked from your yard, this gesture will make guests feel extra welcome.
“Great” — Kizhakke Puthiyottil Ashraf
Marcus & Willers Architects
6 Reviews
Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
Ideabooks616
Questions2
sits over the garage. A high window frames the oak trees that line the edge of the property. French doors open to a balcony that overlooks the front yard. Bed: Room & Board; chest: The Zentner Collection; bedding: custom
sits over the garage. A high window frames the oak trees that line the edge of the property. French doors open to a balcony that overlooks the front yard.
sits over the garage. A high window frames the oak trees that line the edge of the property. French doors open to a balcony that overlooks the front yard. Bed: Room & Board; chest: The Zentner Collection; bedding: custom
“floors” — moorej93
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Modern Magic
Ideabooks2,172
Questions5
for metal chairs. Metal, or metal and wood, chairs can bring an industrial vibe to any room. These are great pieces to hunt for in thrift shops and at yard sales, because (unlike with upholstered pieces) you don't need to worry about hidden mildew or bugs.
for metal chairs. Metal, or metal and wood, chairs can bring an industrial vibe to any room. These are great pieces to hunt for in thrift shops and at yard sales, because (unlike with upholstered pieces) you don't need to worry about hidden mildew or bugs.
“the chairs” — mumec
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenwich Residence
Ideabooks9,881
Questions11
How much does this fabric cost per yard?Thanks
by preventing the sides from sagging. Tailored bed skirts, because they’re flatter, generally require less fabric than the gathered type: 3½ to 7 yards of 54-inch-wide fabric
flat by preventing the sides from sagging.Tailored bed skirts, because they’re flatter, generally require less fabric than the gathered type: 3½ to 7 yards of 54-inch-wide fabric.
“Flooring” — deniseharville
Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks5,883
Questions6
solid fabrics in airy voile and gauze (perfect for floaty window treatments), checkered and ticking stripe cotton, and sturdy canvas at a low price per yard. If you don’t sew, you can use iron-on hem tape to make quick no-sew curtains and tablecloths; if you do sew, it’s not too hard to turn out your own
solid fabrics in airy voile and gauze (perfect for floaty window treatments), checkered and ticking stripe cotton, and sturdy canvas at a low price per yard. If you don’t sew, you can use iron-on hem tape to make quick no-sew curtains and tablecloths; if you do sew, it’s not too hard to turn out your own
“exposed painted ceiling” — nuritlicht
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
Laguna Cottage
Ideabooks2,709
Questions4
Goodman Design. Because of the generous folding needed to create box pleats, they require the most fabric of all the tailored pleated styles — 7½ to 15 yards for a king-size bed, depending on the fabric repeat.
Goodman Design. Because of the generous folding needed to create box pleats, they require the most fabric of all the tailored pleated styles — 7½ to 15 yards for a king-size bed, depending on the fabric repeat.
“I don’t like the headboard, bedding, hate stripes. I don’t particularly like the area rug, maybe” — bensmom26
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