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Airy and Bright Guest SuiteTraditional Bedroom, Boston

Eric Roth Photography

Inspiration for a large timeless guest carpeted and green floor bedroom remodel in Boston with blue walls —  Houzz
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tracy01combs wrote:Jun 8, 2015
  • tracy01combs

    never mind you answered this on another photo...thanks!

  • Lovey Howell

    Hi! I would love to know where you got the carpet. Beautiful!

Kristen Baker wrote:Jul 30, 2016
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    Kelly Rogers Interiors

    The walls are Benjamin Moore Cool Breeze. Thanks for your inquiry!

robincoffee wrote:Jun 12, 2015
lynneblank wrote:Jun 7, 2015
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    Kelly Rogers Interiors

    These cushions were custom made to precisely fit the size/configuration of the existing built-ins. There are companies that make true French mattresses to more standard sizes; you might consult Google to investigate. Good luck!

maverick33062 wrote:Jun 7, 2015

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Becky Harris added this to 6 Attic Transformations to Inspire Your OwnJul 8, 2016

Photo by Eric Roth5. Room for visiting families in Massachusetts. Bringing in an outdoor feeling inspired this attic guest suite in Waban. Interior designer Kelly Rogers began with a vibrant grass-green, trellis-patterned rug. She divided the 400-square-foot space into a bedroom and lounge, keeping toddler guests in mind throughout the design process. There is plenty of room for playpens and air mattresses in the lounge. The built-in seating can double as beds — the designer outfitted them with extra thick French-mattress-style cushions. Throw pillows: Eastern Accents

Becky Harris added this to Room of the Day: A Cheerful Family-Friendly Suite for GuestsJun 3, 2015

The adjacent sitting area makes the space extra appealing for visiting families with young children. Rogers had a bunch of awkward built-ins (a desk, cabinets and bookshelves) ripped out to keep the floor space open for playing or setting out playpens and blow-up mattresses. She did keep one existing built-in element — the seating. She spruced up the daybed bases with white paint and replaced the cushions with French-mattress-style ones. “They are extra thick and very soft,” she says. The daybeds can serve as sleep spaces when entire families come stay in the suite. The photograph, taken in Portugal, adds to the overlay of global style and was taken by the photographer who shot these interior photos, Eric Roth. Throw pillows: Eastern Accents; photograph: Eric Roth

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Karen McNamara added this to Marlee’s Bedroom3 days ago

I like the way this looks really comfy

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