400 Downd contemporary-bedroom
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400 Downd

Yannis Guillon
Photographie Panotonic
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Bedroom - contemporary concrete floor bedroom idea in Montreal — Houzz

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donnal wrote:
Hi, I have just purchased this bed, where are the side tables from?
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Mikaela Wilkins
They look like Brix from DWR.com
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jjfarrell
Where did you purchase this bed from? T/U!
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Lisa Montgomery wrote:
Where are the sham pillows from? Bedding? - Where are the sham pillows from? Bedding?
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Loom Decor
@Lisa Montgomery- we have very similar fabric and could make you custom pillows. please email me jackie@loomdecor.com
happy decorating!:)
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Cindi Clevenger Rutherford

Really.... I am so sick of people posting and then not answering the questions. DO NOT POST YOUR WORK if you can't answer questions... P.S. I too would like to know the paint color...

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tievoli14 wrote:
I love the Wall art. Where is that from?
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Studio 360 Solutions Inc
http://galeriemx.com/ wich artist? I can't say
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Na Di wrote:
Where can i buy the lamp? or who makes them?
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tarjeta05 wrote:
Could you please tell me the color on the wall? - What is the name of the color?
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Laura wrote:
Bedroom Wall Color - This is a beautiful blue, perfect for a bedroom I'm redoing. Would you be so kind as to comment on the brand of paint and color?
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yukichon wrote:
Can you please tell me what the blue wall colour is? - What colour have you used on the feature wall, it looks like a metallic blue?
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Paret Design Project wrote:
Where is the carpet from and what color?
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vartim wrote:
I want to know the price of the bed plz and what sizes it comes in
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Lisa Montgomery wrote:
Where are the sham pillows from? Bedding? - Where are the sham pillows from? Bedding?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Ott Design added this to Dreaming in Color: 8 Beautiful Black Bedrooms
Use black to set off your headboard wall. It makes a great backdrop for artwork or other decorative elements. Just make sure that whatever you hang on the wall contrasts with the dark background; otherwise the object will get lost against the black.A similar inky black to try: Black Bay DEA188, from Dunn-Edwards.
Janet Dunn added this to Decorating Master Class: 10 Common Mistakes and How to Fix Them
1. Your Dark Walls Need a LiftInky indigos, gunmetal grays and midnight blacks have never been more popular. If you’ve been tempted by their elegance and drama but they’re making your room feel a little closed-in, here’s how to dump the dungeon feeling.What to do: Good lighting is essential to reveal the tonal complexities in deep, saturated darks. Multiple light sources allow you to control the ambiance and light direction. Combine uplights and downlights and don’t let the ceiling disappear into gloom. The bedside lights shown here, for example, make the most of a sophisticated blue-black wall.Also, bear in mind that an over-furnished room will seem more cave-like than one that’s simply furnished. Clear out clutter and nonessential furniture.
Bryan Anthony added this to Dreaming in Color: 10 Bedrooms Across the Spectrum
7. Bold in black. While true black is actually the absence of color, it’s a shade that creates instant drama in a bedroom. “Use black to set off your headboard wall. It makes a great backdrop for artwork or other decorative elements,” Ott says. “Just make sure that whatever you hang on the wall contrasts with the dark background; otherwise the object will get lost against the black.”

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herhauteness added this to Palettes & Decor
Add uplights to highlight complexity of hue

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