Castro Residence Eclectic Bedroom, San Francisco
Inspiration for an eclectic bedroom remodel in San Francisco with pink walls — Houzz
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Andrea Von added this to
Color outside the lines. You’d normally expect a wall of two colors to be separated by a dado or picture rail. In this room, not adhering to those boundaries has created an interesting effect. By painting the ceiling the same color as the upper part of the wall — and painting over and below the picture rail — the designer has given the already high room even greater depth. Artwork and wall hangings that cross the divide break up the lines nicely.
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Two-tone walls. This dipped effect captures the gentle pink haze of the early evening sky. To create the look, mask off your wall all the way around and paint it in two shades of the same color. The usual approach is to use the darker, “heavier” tone on the bottom and the lighter one at the top. Here, though, it’s the other way around, mimicking the paler tones of the summer sunset at the horizon line. It works because the color is balanced by the black-framed artwork that goes all the way to the baseboard, the dark wood furniture and the deeper orangey-yellow shade of the throw on the bed. The secret to painting a perfect stripe — no bleeding under the tape!
Kelly Porter added this to
Peach. A soft peach wall color is not only flattering to all skin tones, it’s also a very stylish choice for a modern space. Many people don’t think of peach when creating a contemporary look, but this hue can add a ton of style, especially when used with black and white accessories and furnishings. In this bedroom, I love how white was used for the bottom portion of the walls and the peach was used to fill in the rest, right up to the ceiling. This is a great way to visually create wainscoting.The wall color used here is Pink Beige by Pratt & Lambert. A coordinating white to try: Designer White by Pratt & Lambert.
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6. It creates a soft cocoon of color. The use of peach in this bedroom is bold, but if you like to jump straight in with interiors trends, this could be the look for you. Soft peach has been used on the top half of the walls and on the ceiling. The effect is a warm, soft cocoon of color that’s perfect for rest. Painting the lower half of the walls white and adding graphic black and white artwork and accessories keeps the room feeling crisp and contemporary.
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i0014349 added this to
можно взять белую ролл-штору и расписать ее. Возможно, это не плохая идея для украшения лестницы.