Emily Ruddo Design traditional-bedroom
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Emily Ruddo Design Traditional Bedroom, Los Angeles

Design by Emily Ruddo. Photographed by Meghan Beierle-O'Brien. Custom tufted bed. Mirasol Sham, blue wallpaper, custom nightstand, vintage lamps
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http://www.emilyruddo.com
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ppritchard wrote:
Wallpaper - Where did you get the wallpaper?
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amandarosesmith
Love this paper, any idea where I'd get a similar one in the Uk?
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Kerri Turgeon
Brewster has a similar paper. Lovely!
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1annabelle wrote:
Pillow Sham - I love the scalloped sham! Who is the manufacturer/designer?
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cvillian
Hi Emily!
Wow, I ADORE your mad design skills! Who makes this "X" Bedside Table? If it was custom, may I contact you?
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Emily Ruddo
Thanks cvillian. Yes, they are custom. definitely contact me if you are interested in purchasing.
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tdyarbrough wrote:
Who makes the wallpaper and what is the name? I love it.
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Sebastian Interiors
Agreed.^
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misterwise
Blue grasscloth wallpaper done by Karen Bonadio
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mariemoir wrote:
where can you buy the end table? - where can you buy the end table?
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Emily Ruddo
The end table/nightstand was custom made for this room. Please email me at emily@armoniadecors.com if you are interested in purchasing. Thanks
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mariemoir
Yes I would be interested. Can you give me a price? Thank you M.Moir
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Karen Allen wrote:
Maker of bedside table?
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Lily Gahagan
It looks really similar to this one from WS Home:

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It's also available in white.
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misterwise
Custom White lacquer nightstand. Lucite pulls from Liz's Antique Hardware
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Bobby Carlsen wrote:
Lamp - Did you sell the lamps? What is the maker and name of the lamp, please.
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Emily Ruddo
Hi bcar1414. I haven't sold the lamps yet. Contact me at emily@armoniadecors.com if you are interested.
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dnaim wrote:
Beautiful lamp - Where can I find the lamps?
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Emily Ruddo
Hi dnaim, Those lamps are no longer available but I am considering selling them so contact me at emily@armoniadecors.com if you are still interested
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liesdale wrote:
What colour sofa and dining suite should I use for a small cream tiled - Open plan kitchen and living with dining adjacent to to living
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Emily Ruddo
Hi liesdale, I am happy to help you through my e-design service offering where I provide recommendations electronically through email. Email me if you are interested in my services. emily@armoniadecors.com
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kabucy wrote:
Karen - Where can I have this nightstand made? If custom, name of manufacturer or individual or designer to contact?
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Emily Ruddo
Hi Karen, I had this custom made. Please contact me at emily@armoniadecors.com if you are interested in purchasing.Thanks
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kwags08 wrote:
Where can I find the head board?
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Emily Ruddo
The headboard was purchased at Grace Home Furnishings in Los Angeles, CA.
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scbandbob wrote:
Love the lamp! Where might I find it?
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bepsf
Appears to be created from a vase from the 1940's - but you can find plenty of other vintage lamps on eBay.
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evaberkenbosch wrote:
Lamps - Are the lamps available still?
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aborrouso wrote:
Beautiful. Wonderful use of color! - Just love it
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hlc322 wrote:
I like the 2 books on the night table. Title and author would be great!
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muamy wrote:
Nightstand - Love the design. Any ideas on where to get a nightstand like this?
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Linda Herrell wrote:
Coverlet - What is the source for the blue coverlet on the bed? Thank you.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Sixties Southern Style: Inspiration from 'The Help'
Bouquets. Fresh bouquets picked from the yard were paramount, whether on a bedside table or as a centerpiece on the bridge party buffet table. Plus, a big vase can cover up an L-shaped scratch.
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Vintage Lighting Shines
If it is a vase that captures your attention, have it retrofitted with lamp parts of your choosing. This piece is truly an original design and comes with bragging rights. Go ahead and pat yourself on the back.More: What Does Vintage Modern Mean?Houzz Tour: Cool and Collected in Downtown L.A.
Becky Harris added this to How to Fight Off Blue Monday at Home
6. Treat yourself to flowers. Few things perk up a room like fresh blooms.
Shawn Gauthier added this to 11 Vignettes to Inspire a Clutter-Free Nightstand
When working with more objects, look for a mix of heights. You may already have a lamp on your bedside table, which can kick things off with a dominant height. From there, look for short objects as well as a few in the mid-range, like the flowers you see in this picture. Elevate short objects with a small book. Have fun and play with your vignette until you get it right.
Lisa Frederick added this to Walls Have a Field Day With Grass Cloth
How to install it. Grass cloth isn't much harder to install than standard wallpaper, but if you're going the DIY route, keep a couple of things in mind. First, grass cloth is heavy, so you'll probably need an extra pair of hands. It comes in single (36-inch) and double (72-inch) rolls; the size you choose depends on the size of your walls and the number of seams you want. And you'll need to pay special attention to lining seams up as closely as possible, though they won't be perfect.What you'll pay. It's not known for being especially budget friendly, but grass cloth doesn't have to be outrageous, either. On average, prices start around $20 for a single roll and $35 for a double roll, and they rise steeply from there. As with any other material, you'll get what you pay for, so it's worth investing in the highest quality you can afford.More:Warm Up Your Walls With Woven Wall CoveringUnderstated Texture: Grass Cloth in the HomeTextural Touches on a Teeny TIny Budget
Samantha Schoech added this to Make a Scene With Vignettes and Tablescapes
Here are the basics: • Use books as pedestals.• Fresh flowers or foliage always, always looks good.• Include at least one bright, weird or unexpected piece (like the bright orange box pictured).• Place things at different heights (like books as pedestals).
Lisa Frederick added this to Impress Your Guests: 8 Tips for Gracious Guest Rooms
6. A well-outfitted nightstand. Place bedtime comforts within easy reach: a carafe for water, a tray or bowl to corral earrings and watches, a lamp that's easy to switch on and off. If you know your guest likes a nightcap before retiring, you might even provide a glass, an ice bucket and a small bottle of his or her libation of choice.
Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist added this to Mood Makers: Make Your Home Feel Welcoming
A water carafe, a stack of books or magazines and bedside flowers make it even more special for your guests. Your turn: How do you decorate to welcome your family and friends?More Mood Makers:Luxurious Looks on a BudgetCreate a Peaceful PlaceSmall Rooms, Spacious Feel
Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 10 Ways to Get Your Guest Room Ready for the Holidays
2. Serve a snack. A glass for water and a dish for midnight snacks help guests unwind. Let them snuggle in tight after dinner with a treat and a good book.Browse 32 creative ideas for your nightstand
Shana Levy McCracken added this to Before You Host, Play Guest
6. Something to drink. Provide a water glass for taking pills and quenching a midnight thirst. A small carafe filled with fresh water is also a nice touch.7. Things that go bump in the night. Help your guests find the bathroom late at night without waking everyone in the house by leaving a nightlight on between the guest room and the bathroom.And speaking of waking everyone in the house, one night spent in your guest room may reveal some quirks you didn’t know your house had.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

jkfish added this to Lori Flora
Dining Room: Lamp shade style and scale for antique lamp. I recommend a drum shade. Simple. Linen or fabric covered.
Suganyaashree Anbhu added this to Suganyaashree's ideas
This bedside display uses the A rule (grouped together, the objects roughly follow the letter’s shape).

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