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Inspiration for a timeless carpeted bedroom remodel in Boston with pink walls and no fireplace

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Inspiration for a timeless carpeted bedroom remodel in Boston with pink walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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heidi100 wrote:Jan 23, 2011
manoncardin wrote:Sep 28, 2012
  • L M
    Yes what is the wall color
  • cdenise83

    Where can I buy the mirrored dresser?

Dona Dinkler wrote:Feb 7, 2016
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    Rachel Reider Interiors

    I don't believe this exact mirror is available any more but google "black and white bone inlay mirror" and see what pops up! There is one called "Butler" I just found which is quite like this one.

  • Dona Dinkler
    Thank you, Miss Rachel, for your answer. I found the bone inlaid mirror by Butler and it's cute as a button. Thanks again for your assistance.
lsalkeld wrote:Jan 15, 2017
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    Rachel Reider Interiors

    This was purchased over five years ago so costs have changed. Try Horchow or Bassett for something similar perhaps.

evergrn0 wrote:Mar 9, 2011
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    not at all - it is very sturdy providing you purchase from a good maunfacturer - sadly there is alot of cheap mirror on the market and it hides poor quality wood or worse mdf beind it which will cause items to snap in temperature changes - we only make with wooden bases and have been working with mirror for many years now.
nadeala wrote:Dec 21, 2013
    shelbydog58 wrote:Jan 26, 2013
      porterfinn wrote:Jan 4, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to Inlay Makes Rooms a Cut AboveApr 6, 2012

        For a touch of inlay without committing to a large piece, a mirror or frame over a chest is a sophisticated touch. A grouping of bone inlay frames is also a subtle and cost-effective way to incorporate this trend.

        Love Your Room LLC added this to Color Play: The Power of PurpleJun 18, 2011

        Add purple simply by draping an eggplant shade throw over a chair. It is such a regal color in its boldest form.

        Becky Harris added this to How to Ease Your Way into Bold ColorFeb 21, 2011

        Still doubtful or too afraid to try any of the ideas above? Grab a bunch of bright flowers and contemplate color while you admire them at home! Next: More color for commitment-phobes Post your design dilemmas on the Questions page.

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