Guest Bedroom 1 beach-style-bedroom
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Guest Bedroom 1 Beach Style Bedroom, Atlanta

Wall Color: SW Tradewind 6218
Bedside Table: West Elm
Wall Sconce: Ralph Lauren for Homegoods
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http://www.rethinkdesignstudio.com
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Michelle Hall wrote:
Wall - Is that bead board or trim put up on the wall to make the texture?
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The headboard was found at an antique store and then sprayed a soft grey to show off the silhouette and allow it to be less formal.
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amandalayng
Got it thanks
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Andrew Joyce wrote:
Could you please share the paint color on the walls?
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Sara Hussain
im living in the rental house my room is very small plz any suggestion tips plz share the tiny room pics my humble request
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Hi Sara! Feel free to browse our full portfolio for small room ideas. Hope this helps!
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Betty Appleby, CKD, CBD, NCIDQ wrote:
what is the paint color? - what color is the paint
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Sherwin Williams Tradewind 6218
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wallflowergirl
Joel, you're genious! When I win the lottery, I'm moving to Tybee Island and hiring you!
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Merri Middlemass wrote:
What of material is used on the walls.?
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We added 1x2 boards to create a "board and batten" look on top of sheetrock. This is typically seen on exterior facades. It was an inexpensive way to create a beach cottage look to two of the guest bedrooms. We spaced the boards around 12" or 14" apart. There is no hard rule on spacing. Have fun creating!

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Merri Middlemass

Thank you

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Richard Warren wrote:
Where are the bedside sconces from? - And how far part was the 1x2 spaced? Many thanks!
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Hi Richard! The sconces are from Ralph Lauren but found at our local Homegoods. The 1x2 batton strips are spaced 12" apart on center.
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amandalayng
Can you tell me where the headboard is from? Thanks
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beach4lu wrote:
where can i get that head board
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It is an antique headboard we had professionally painted.
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beach4lu
Thank you !
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shelleyvosso wrote:
Board and batton - Would these strips look good if done on dry wall in a new construction? Or is it best to do on plywood? Anything we should know?
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Hi Shelley! Thanks for reaching out. If constructing a flat sheetrock wall, these batton strips should look fine. We spaced these out 12" from center to center.
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shelleyvosso wrote:
Board and batton - Can this board and batton look be done with 1x2 strips on dry wall? If so, is there anything special dine we should know?
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Hi Shelley! Yes, you can achieve this look through the method you described. We used flat stock base board so that the batton runs directly into it. If you plan on trying this style with an existing molded trim, you may run into an issue.
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grifros wrote:
Where is the nightstand from? - Where did you get the nightstand from? Can I find it in other colors?
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Hello! The nightstand is from West Elm.
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msfitz3 wrote:
Porch..nautical look - Artist of the lighthouse picture?
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Hi, I picked up the oil painting at a flea market. Unfortunately the artist is unknown.
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ecastellana wrote:
Where in the house is this? - It looks like there is a room beside the kitchen and another between the stairs and the front porch, is that right?
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This is the first bedroom going down the hall from the kitchen/dining/living area. There are a total of three bedrooms on the first level. Two down the hall off the kitchen (left hand side of the stairs). From that hall it turns left towards the master bedroom which faces the front porch. In between the master and the two bedrooms is the main guest bath.
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Elaine M. Johnson wrote:
Can you tell me where the headboard came from? Thank you - Love the look of this bedroom. Just perfect.
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Fan - Where did the fan come from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Organizing Secrets: It’s the Little Things
The bedside table. I admit it; I have been known to carry huge stacks of books, magazines and notebooks — more than any human could possibly read in a week, let alone in one sitting — to bed with me. The teetering mass flows over the bedside table onto the floor, tumbles under the bed and inevitably spreads onto the adjacent radiator cover. And really, that’s fine … for a short time. But if you have a similar problem, and the mess stays (or grows) all week long, it may be time for an intervention. I plan to start by adding a small vase of fresh flowers, a candle and a small piece of art beside the bed. Having something lovely to wake up to seems like a positive motivation to take that extra minute in the evening, before shutting off the light, to put the books, tablet or magazines away. This seems like such an easy fix, I may start with this as my first new habit.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

dmiliano added this to marco
Walls 1x2 strips placed 12” apart
devo11 added this to Interesting walls
We added 1x2 boards to create a "board and batten" look on top of sheetrock. This is typically seen on exterior facades. It was an inexpensive way to create a beach cottage look to two of the guest bedrooms. We spaced the boards around 12" or 14" apart. There is no hard rule on spacing. Have fun creating!
susanrabil added this to queen room
julie, where do you think we can find these?

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