Eclectic BedroomShabby-chic Style Bedroom, Chicago

Example of a cottage chic carpeted bedroom design in Chicago with white walls —  Houzz
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Kelly Doucet wrote:Mar 21, 2012
  • Denise
    I got one really similar at Target.
  • Jenny Gootson
    SAMs club has the set, for a very good price.
st8ceyk wrote:Feb 22, 2011
  • kemahchick
    yes, this bedding is a steal at overstock; i have a queen bed and i ordered the king duvet set and it is georgeous!
  • neluki
    Not the Shabby Chic line at Target?
tootsieroll123 wrote:Feb 19, 2013
  • cooper45
    A big bowl of roses,
  • Becky Harris

    Where isn't it?

beebee10 wrote:Mar 23, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try Quicksilver 6245 by Sherwin-Williams.
  • momof3sews
    Try Heron Plume by Sherwin Williams. It looks white in the can, but when it's on the walls, it has a subtle off white/gray color that is beautiful. I used this in the guest room and it is truly beautiful.
Black_Rain_11 wrote:Feb 19, 2012
  • cdg2
    Might try flee market or antique shops, and paint the furniture white...will look the same at 1/2 the cost, lovely room.
amandaelms wrote:Jan 26, 2012
  • Katja Roeder
    I would really like to know the color of the furniture as well....
namrata09 wrote:Dec 10, 2014
    lverges wrote:Nov 24, 2013
      nfialkow wrote:Mar 4, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        jess_mcbride
        Jess McBride added this to Textile Textbook: Know Your Natural FibersJan 17, 2016

        CottonThe mother of all natural cellulosic seed-hair fibers, cotton is the most widely used fiber in the world. It blends well with other fibers, and it’s suited to machine washing because of its high tensile strength in soap solutions.

        sam70
        Samantha Schoech added this to Guessing Game: What Might Our Bedrooms Say About Us?Apr 1, 2013

        I like cats and babies and flowers. Every year I reread all the Jane Austen novels.

        madaboutthehouse
        Mad About Your House added this to Royal Idea: Go Cozy and Refined With Gustavian StyleJan 29, 2013

        This style's painted furniture evolved among the middle and lower classes. Originally only the nobility could afford mahogany furniture — everyone else had painted pine, which was much more affordable. The pale colors also help reflect light during the long, dark winters.

        sam70
        Samantha Schoech added this to Alluring All-White RoomsFeb 27, 2012

        I can't prove it, but I suspect it is easier to sleep in an all-white room. In this dreamy bedroom, white adds a touch of the French flea market.

        melissa
        Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to 8 Decorating Ideas for a Good Night's SleepOct 30, 2011

        Lose the electronics. Avoid distractions by removing all electronics from your room. I understand the craving for watching television, using your laptop and having your smart phone in the bedroom, but believe me, they only make matters worse. If you must have a television, hide it in an armoire. As for your laptop and smart phone, I recommend using them outside the bedroom. In this picture, there's a sense of calm and purity with no electronics in sight. Can you imagine how disruptive a television would be here? Remember, you want to create a space that inspires rest. Using electronics will change the feeling of the room and sleeping will become increasingly difficult. Disconnect yourself and you'll see some results.

        erinlangnorris
        Erin Lang Norris added this to Your Perfect Bedroom: Calm and Airy or Moody and Dark?Jun 19, 2011

        Furniture painted in a color range that differs slightly from the rest of the bedroom helps keep it from feeling too stiff. Much of today's furniture is straight-lined and boxy and makes places feel a bit jarring, which is something to keep in mind when planning your bedroom. Tip: Older furniture seems to be the way to go if you are after this effect, due to the more ornate styles that can be found.

        nataliemyers
        Natalie Myers added this to Hot Ideas for Cool White SpacesMay 10, 2011

        The relaxed, lived-in, beach cottage look is the perfect feel for the summer months ahead. Romantic, breezy and feminine shapes and textures inspire many days of sleeping in followed by breakfast in bed.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        beachbumtholl
        beachbumtholl added this to Moods - Calm and RelaxedAug 28, 2019

        This room is soft and comfortable looking. Nothing here jumps out at you, instead, it invites me in. If we were ever to have the house to ourselves I would be extremely tempted to make a bedroom just like this. It would be a fantastic guest room for Aria & Devin and a place I could go to be alone if needed.

        anne_beauvais
        Anne Beauvais added this to 9 Sound Bay Dr, Lloyd Harbor, NYNov 7, 2018

        Alexa's room including the other guest room

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