Berkshires EstateTraditional Bedroom, Boston

Master Bedroom
Bradley M Jones

Bedroom - traditional guest bedroom idea in Boston with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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pepermintpatty wrote:Nov 10, 2013
  • pepermintpatty
    If it is simple I will be able to do it. Thanks and for the shelf idea.You have been very helpful
  • Mawk Sudhiwana

    What is the wallpaper?

mjcorso wrote:Jul 1, 2013
  • lashelle21
    If you want something similar try or
  • 2930ella
    Twin beds/decor
unapuella wrote:Apr 9, 2012
  • kelli614
    We have the exact same beds that were my husband's mother's when she was little!
  • kelli614 was too big!
druann1 wrote:Aug 22, 2013
jenningsbeth wrote:Feb 16, 2013
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    Giambastiani Design
    Sorry. Coverlets were discontinued and bedskirt was custom made.
  • donnacarrie
    I am also interested in the spread. Would you still tell us the store or brand?
patcomchr wrote:Oct 31, 2012
lindadentone wrote:Jun 22, 2013
  • kc1313
    yes, what size is room -
Tracy Tremble Shotwell wrote:Apr 12, 2014
    Erin Chapman wrote:Nov 11, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Guest Room Touches Anyone Can DoNov 20, 2013

      Skirt your nightstand. Let’s face it: The furniture that doesn’t make the cut in our own bedrooms usually ends up in the guest room. If the nightstand is left over from your college dorm or has seen better days, create a skirt for it. If you aren’t friends with a sewing machine, throw a tablecloth over it.

      Design With Science added this to Set the Scene for a Stress-Free Holiday VisitOct 23, 2013

      Create a space that belongs to your guests. Sharing isn't easy on hosts or their guests. Hosts have to make compromises. Guests can feel adrift and out-of-sorts because they don't have a place that they feel belongs to them. Both guests and hosts do the same thing when they have privacy: They make sense of recent events in their lives and turn their running speed down to idle. They rebuild the energy they need to return and socialize another day. If you can provide your guests with a separate room, they'll be more refreshed, and everyone will get along better. Also, many people today work a little during the holidays. If your guests don't feel like they have a space without distraction to get a little email correspondence done, they might become stressed.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      C Johnson added this to BedroomsJun 30, 2019

      Beds, quilts, mirror, book shelves

      haleshouseraleigh added this to Guest Room DownstairsJan 27, 2019

      Love the wallpaper, would look nice with our 2 twin beds like the decorating

      rachel_mercer73 added this to My dream houseSep 25, 2018

      I really like this wallpaper. Color optional.

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