Downtown contemporary-bedroom
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Downtown Contemporary Bedroom, Charleston

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cfyankees wrote:
What is the wall/ceiling paint color??
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Denise Casey

I love the two tones of wall/ceiling and window shades together. Did Baxter Interiors respond to your question with colors and maker used in bedroom?

i cannot locate it on this website and would very much aspreciate knowing for use in dining room in prep for Thanksgiving - thank you Denise

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Shelley

no sorry still waiting

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Truffle lover wrote:
Cover on mattress - I am using a full size mattress as a daybed in a guest bedroom. When no guest is in, I would like a cover for the mattress that makes it look more upholstered like this. Must they be custom made? What size mattress is this one and where did the nice cover come from? Thanks.
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Baxter Interiors
We had the cover made from a heavy fabric. It is best to measure the mattress for a custom fit and have your workroom fabricate it like a fitted sheet. If you use a washable fabric, prewash it for shrinkage.

The mattress in the photo is an extra long twin size...this is a Holly Hunt daybed.
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Truffle lover
Thank you so much!
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danigomezc wrote:
Wall color?? - Please what's the wall color. I'm trying to find a nice/neutral/light wall color for my small condo. Thanks
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larica wrote:
What is the wall color and its maker? Are the frames the same color?
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P. M. Sardinas wrote:
Love the wall color! What is the name of it?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Shane D. Inman added this to 7 Ways to Make a Small Bedroom Look Bigger and Work Better
5. Paint the ceiling. Painting the ceiling the same hue as the walls can help to erase the shadow lines that visually define a space. A white ceiling against a darker wall immediately shrinks a space — your eye can sense the room’s size right away. When the walls and ceiling are the same color, it’s harder for your eye to tell where the room’s parameters start and end, so the room looks larger.Hire a local painter
Affecting Spaces added this to 13 Ways to Create the Illusion of Room Height
6. Paint. By painting your walls, baseboards and ceilings the same color, you blur the lines of where your walls end and where your ceilings begin. If you think your wall color is too dark for the ceiling, then dilute the wall color with 50 percent white and try that on the ceiling instead.Daybed: Holly Hunt

What Houzzers are commenting on:

portia christensen added this to norm_portia's ideas
walls and ceiling the same color makes room look bigger because size and shape isn't defined
aeri_choi added this to aeri_choi's ideas
(illusion of room height) Paint. By painting your walls, baseboards and ceilings the same color, you blur the lines of where your walls end and where your ceilings begin. If you think your wall color is too dark for the ceiling, then dilute the wall color with 50 percent white and try that on the ceiling instead
Ann Marie Riley-Nees added this to Ann Marie's ideas
small room fix-paint the ceiling
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By painting your walls, baseboards and ceilings the same colour, you blur the lines of where your walls end and where your ceilings begin. If you think your wall colour is too dark for the ceiling, then dilute the wall colour with 50 percent white and try that on the ceiling instead.
Edith Winters added this to Style Book - Bedroom & Offcie
Creating the Illusion of Height Painting the baseboards and ceiling the same color will create the illusion of height.
Robert Coffman added this to Robert's ideas
6. Paint. By painting your walls, baseboards and ceilings the same color, you blur the lines of where your walls end and where your ceilings begin. If you think your wall color is too dark for the ceiling, then dilute the wall color with 50 percent white and try that on the ceiling instead.Daybed: Holly Hunt
Pat added this to Florida
6. Paint. By painting your walls, baseboards and ceilings the same color, you blur the lines of where your walls end and where your ceilings begin. If you think your wall color is too dark for the ceiling, then dilute the wall color with 50 percent white and try that on the ceiling instead.Daybed: Holly Hunt
Faiza Khan added this to faizakk's ideas
5. Paint the ceilingPainting the ceiling the same hue as the walls can help to erase the shadow lines that visually define a space. A white ceiling against a darker wall immediately shrinks a space – your eye can sense the room’s size right away. When the walls and ceiling are the same colour, it’s harder for your eye to tell where the room’s parameters start and end, so the room looks larger.Wondering how to get a showstopper ceiling?

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