CameronTraditional Bedroom, Detroit

Beth Singer, Beth Singer Photographer Inc.

Example of a classic dark wood floor bedroom design in Detroit with beige walls —  Houzz
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rzycki wrote:Mar 27, 2013
janedbussom wrote:Feb 2, 2014
  • dallasgraduate
    Were the drapes also custom?
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    Marianne Jones LLC
    Yes the fabric is from mark Alexander designed with a mini pinch pleat
Aalok Sahai wrote:Apr 28, 2013
  • cherylbrownnewhome
    did you paint it this color or did you buy it like that
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    Marianne Jones LLC

    The paint finish is original to the piece

redd4lfe1 wrote:Sep 24, 2013
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    Marianne Jones LLC
    The light fixture is from Circa Lighting
  • wallisbolz
    The light fixture is the Alexa Hampton Basil Flush Mount from Visual Comfort Lighting, in Nickel.
maggyanne wrote:Apr 27, 2014
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    Marianne Jones LLC
    this is from SDH carried by many fine linen stores I purchased it from Cristions in Birmingham Michigan
anastasia85 wrote:Nov 21, 2013
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    Marianne Jones LLC
    The ceiling color is Benjamin Moore "in your eyes"
Ellie Gottwald wrote:Mar 12, 2013
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    Marianne Jones LLC
    This custom rug was designed in collaboration with my client and produced through Stark carpet. The wool and silk rug colors match the F Schumacher fabric on the bed. This client is also a sophomore in college.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Jess McBride added this to Bedtime Stories: Finish Your Bed With the Right SkirtSep 25, 2016

Fitting Your Bed Skirt Bed skirts are generally attached in one of two ways: anchored under the mattress or by Velcro, which is handy for certain types of beds when anchoring under the mattress is impractical. Fabricating the decorative skirt with a “decking” made of drapery lining and sliding it completely under the mattress keeps everything in place so you’re not constantly re-dressing the bed. When making a bed skirt with a decking, or having one made, consider the edge between the skirt and the mattress. Be sure to extend the decorative fabric at least 4 inches into the decking so that if any shifting occurs, you don’t risk exposing the muslin.

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Ashlee Baptiste added this to baptiste_ashlee's ideasJun 4, 2018

I like the simple and clean look to this unit

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Kathy Guiliani added this to dakack's ideasMay 8, 2018

Use of space between window, armoire

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