Fife steading conversionTransitional Bedroom

Classic country bedroom.

Inspiration for a transitional master medium tone wood floor bedroom remodel in Other with blue walls —  Houzz
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patcharabaum wrote:Jul 15, 2015
laurenmacq wrote:Jun 12, 2015
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors

    Hi Lauren, It was skylight from farrow and ball. In the picture it looks like more of a baby clue, whereas skylight has a slight grey tone to it. You might be best to try a tester first and see how it looks. Thanks Sally

amyls64 wrote:Jan 15, 2015
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    Apologies for the slow reply. Our joiner made it. its quite straightforward as its tongue and groove which can be bought and then a trim around it. Just make sure the trim doesn't jut out or it will be uncomfortable if you sit up in bed.
catden wrote:Apr 23, 2014
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors
    Hi, sorry to say that it was from one of my UK suppliers but has now been discontinued. I hope you manage to find something similar. Sally

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Simple and Practically Free Ways to Reboot Your HomeMay 29, 2018

8. Rearrange accessories. A pleasing arrangement of objects — aka a vignette — can take a room from bland to beautiful and definitely needn’t mean shopping for new pieces. The idea is to get the eye to travel around your display, and a pyramid shape will achieve this. This bedside lamp is at the top of the pyramid, with the vase of blooms and the radio plus vintage books completing the shape. You may need to bring in accessories from other parts of the house to forge a link between the elements in the vignette — or snip some flowers from the garden. In this room, blue links the blooms and the radio, while the paperbacks are in a complementary orange.

Rebecca Gross added this to 10 Forgotten Items to Repurpose as a Standout FeatureApr 5, 2016

6. Travel trunk. The nostalgic steamer trunk has become all but obsolete, gradually replaced over the 20th century by suitcases — first with handles, then with wheels. Today, the travel trunk of yesteryear, with its romantic and exotic connotations, doubles as both storage and surface display. As a bedside table, coffee table, side table or display piece, it always looks worldly and sophisticated. The history of the travel trunk

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Christelle Creekmore added this to Master bedroomMay 16, 2019

“Headboard”goes behind the side tables. Wood would make the white stand out.

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