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Bedroom - eclectic guest carpeted bedroom idea in Orange County with red walls —  Houzz
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Summer wrote:Sep 12, 2011
  • Summer
    Thanks guys
  • PRO
    Griffin and Wong Ltd
    Griffin and Wong sells the handpainted silk panels directly to consumer and is a good alternative www.griffinandwong.com
amp527 wrote:Dec 3, 2012
  • Sonam Dhingra
    Is the headboard custom made?
  • vgamerdunger
    Ethan Allen has the same exact headboard.
aslyn_grace wrote:Jun 21, 2013
  • jeankey
    Well, lots of questions about these beautiful tables, but no answers. Is it possible for the designer or owner to share information on them?
  • jeankey

    I see it has been more than a year since we all asked about these tables. I would still love to know where they are from.

iamjoy wrote:Dec 8, 2010
  • PRO
    Griffin and Wong Ltd
    you can have a look at www.griffinandwong.com for the panels, as well - and then you will have to paste the wallpaper to some form of hardboard or thicker gatorfoam
  • rumphius

    bedside table lamps, where did you purchase? Thank you

colorcolorcolor wrote:Feb 22, 2014
  • sylviag84
    What color are is that orange?
  • jzeepvat
    I love those bedside tables!!! where can i find them
Grace Aka wrote:Nov 18, 2013
  • hopesilver
    Well, since no one is giving you an answer regarding the wall hangings, let me suggest
    the following. It looks like she got a roll of two complimenting fabrics or wallpaper and framed them in a very thin frame with glass. You can choose any kind of pattern, or make your own if you know how to paint, or applique...depending on the look you want. Fabric stores, or wall paper are your best sources. Solid color panels are also pretty. Its the full length look behind the two side tables that give it symmetry and balance, as opposed to the singular wall treatment many use above the bed.
  • Christina Lynn
    Yes, the panels are a chinoiserie wallpaper or fabric, hope that helps too. : )
holly mchargue wrote:Nov 28, 2015
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    Hue Design Studio
    Although I am not the designer of this project, that colour looks very much like Farrow & Ball Charlotte's Locks No.268. Goes perfectly with the teal / turquoise tones as well as gray.
  • Johanna

    What about the pillows?? Where can I find something like them and what should I type in for pattern?

Black Fig Designs wrote:Aug 27, 2013
  • PRO
    The pillows are from Pottery Barn.
  • PRO
    Artful Dodger

    where is the headboard from?

christinecheston wrote:Apr 21, 2012
  • PRO
    For People design
    Schumacher. :-)
  • clotat

    Yes, just found but discontinued. No problem, at over $300 per yard, it's beyond my budget.

mitsy wrote:Jan 17, 2012
  • micaarellano
    I believe the wallpaper is from de Gournay
  • Linda Vernon
    About the panels behind end tables. Is this
    something I could make myself? What are they framed with and mounted on? Thank you.
ugtd42 wrote:Aug 10, 2011
Jimmy Nash wrote:Aug 9, 2011
  • myosotis
    Ethan Allen has something very similar, check it out.
  • tracyre
    nice work! thanks for that tip! :)
kathypomikahl wrote:Jun 3, 2014
babynurse wrote:Apr 25, 2014
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    Loom Decor
    These look to be boudoir pillows which are traditionally 12" x 16". I have shared a similar pattern fabric that we sell by the yard through Houzz. We also sell boudoir pillows through Houzz and on our site if you are interested in customizing one in any of our fabrics. Hope this helps- happy decorating!

    Gray, Yellow & Aqua Ikat Fabric · More Info
Cathy Lieberman wrote:Aug 8, 2012
  • tbsd
    We found them in a vintage shop. They vary in price. Happy hunting!! xo
minkie wrote:Oct 14, 2011
  • bepsf
    It's a vintage coffee table
clong wrote:Feb 17, 2011
  • PRO
    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    I adore this room too! Check out Sherwin Williams' Obstinate Orange, SW6884.
amymlander wrote:Jan 16, 2016
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                Molly Barnard Grant Design wrote:Aug 7, 2011

                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  Urban Casa added this to 10 Nightstand Alternatives You May Already Have at HomeDec 28, 2016

                  Console tables, seen here, frame a bed nicely when the same or similar style is placed on either side of the bed. Tip: If you aren’t pairing matching tables, be sure the other night table is at least the height of the bed and of a similar width as the console table.

                  Bryan Anthony added this to Houzz TV: 94 Dream BedscapesMay 18, 2015

                  61. This Asian-inspired bedroom includes silk screens, foo dogs and a faux-bamboo stool to complete the scene.

                  Laura Gaskill added this to 7 Things to Know About Foo DogsNov 7, 2014

                  3. Foo dogs are meant to be a pair. Foo dogs are symbolic, protective statues, and they are designed in pairs — one is female, the other is male. The female represents yin, and symbolically protects the people dwelling inside the home, while the male statue, representing yang, protects the structure itself.

                  Julia Pockett added this to Regency Style Shows Interiors a Grand TimeNov 27, 2012

                  Chinoiserie is used in panels with a contrasting color here. It gives a sense of the flamboyant and exotic regency period.

                  Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist added this to Mood Makers: 5 Easy Ways to Put Your Home On TrendMay 8, 2012

                  Rather than tired florals and stripes, look for motifs such as chevron, imperial trellis, link, herringbone, Greek key, ikat, flamestitch and updated paisley.

                  Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to Your Décor: Orange You Glad?Mar 11, 2012

                  I think this bedroom is dreamy and shows how many colors pair perfectly with orange. Did you notice how many different shades of blue and green look right at home with the orange wall? With orange you can really experiment with color. Trust me, it goes with everything.

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  Samantha Xue added this to webuser_455744212's ideas3 days ago

                  Sherwin Williams' Obstinate Orange, SW6884.

                  lalynhil97 added this to bedroomFeb 18, 2019

                  I like the room. Just not sure about the floral panels

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