Trickett Master Bedroom contemporary-bedroom
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Trickett Master Bedroom

photo courtesy: Paul Orenstein
Bedroom - contemporary dark wood floor bedroom idea in Toronto with gray walls — Houzz

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marie3paul wrote:
where is the lovely rug from?
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marie3paul
Thank you! Love the site......
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katherineortiz58
what length is the rug in this room ?
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dcgatorwife wrote:
bench - Where did you find the beautiful bench?
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Meredith Heron Design
I custom designed the bench & had it made for our clients.
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dcgatorwife
Gorgeous!!
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mdshickey wrote:
Would you nail the shutters to the wall?
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Amy Hazelip wrote:
what color is the walls?
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ashleyamos wrote:
Where are the night stands from? - Where are the night stands from?
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margobassarab wrote:
Headboard;-) - Love the headboard. Was it made from shutters or bi-fold doors?
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robinbird wrote:
Where did you get the duvet?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to High Style: Extra-Tall Headboards
Vintage shutters mounted to the wall create an architectural accent that serves as a headboard.
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Houzz Tour: Dream Home in Toronto
EW: From what I've seen of the house, the master bedroom appears to be the most eclectic. MH: Yes and I think it makes the space more interesting, too. Items found in this room range from splurges to budget-friendly finds. The head board was constructed from folding shutter doors and topped with pillows from Ikea and HomeSense. The screen divider even received a faux paint treatment. The splurge in this space was none other than the Madeline Weinrib rug.
Samantha Schoech added this to 13 Homemade Headboards That Thrill With Creativity
You can find old painted shutters at any salvage shop. Just remember to seal them before using them as a headboard.

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