Hollywood Hills Bedroom RedesignTraditional Bedroom, Los Angeles

Example of a classic medium tone wood floor bedroom design in Los Angeles with black walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Kathleen Picard wrote:Jul 12, 2013
  • Becky Franklin

    I love everything about this room. The collective pieces work magic. What kind of table/bench did you use at the end of the bed and where did you find the reading lights? Thank you


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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Thanks so much @BeckyFranklin! At the end of the bed is an old brass trunk, similar to what you might use to keep quilts and blankets in at the foot of a bed. I found it in a vintage shop in Los Angeles. The lights are by Stilnovo and I got them at a store called The Collection LA. Thanks!

jonraynor wrote:May 29, 2014
  • Roberta Kaneff

    And I am in love with the headboard! Where can I get this?

  • Belle La Vue

    Try furniture stores that carry Vanguard or Harden.

akodat wrote:Mar 2, 2016
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    LightsOnline

    It's always a good idea to have multiple layers of light. Adding wall lamps to provide extra illumination when reading is smart--that way, you can use just the table lamps, just the wall lamps or both, depending on how much or little light you want at any given time. If you'd like, you can check out our selection of wall lamps!

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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hi there! I agree with @lightsonline. It's very useful to have different light options in a bedroom. For example, during the day we might use lamps and sconces, or in the evening one person can use a directed reading light so as not to disturb their partner. I don't think there is any downside to using multiple sources of light, so go for it! Make sure they're on dimmers though. ;-)

jilliankbrady wrote:Nov 6, 2013
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.
    Jillian, hi, thank you for asking. All of the photographs I have of this room are posted. If your room has many dormers and eaves, as this one does, I would recommend painting the ceiling the same colors as the walls so that those corners disappear. Dark paint also helps eliminate shadows. There isn't a lot of room for tall furniture or wall space for art in this room, the furniture is oriented primarily in the center of the room on two opposing walls. I hope this helps.
  • liketodecorate

    Where did you get the blue quilted coverlet?

pearlbow wrote:Sep 12, 2013
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.
    Hi pearlbow! The euro shams and quilt are by Barbara Barry, available through Bed Bath & Beyond. The sheets are just from Target! xL
  • erg1113

    where is the headboard from?

Priya Gupta wrote:Feb 8, 2017
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hi Priya--yes, I am 100% sure. Just remember that light affects paint colors on the wall differently in different spaces. It has a bluish cast in the photos but was very green in person. Thank you!

brendalance wrote:Jun 3, 2016
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hi Brenda! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, the lamps are by Ralph Lauren Home.

wansleyw wrote:May 28, 2015
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hi there! Thanks for the question and I'm sorry I didn't see it sooner. These lights are vintage Stilnovo from a store in Los Angeles that is no longer in business. :-(

dededm wrote:Mar 9, 2015
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hi, yes. This is actually an entire bed, not just a headboard, that I purchased from a local store in Los Angeles--they no longer carry this model. It is a California king size, covered in an ivory linen, with pewter nailheads only on the headboard frame. I actually recently recovered it in a red silk velvet and removed the railheads. I hope this helps! Best, Lindsay


rebecca62 wrote:Mar 2, 2015
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hi Rebecca, it is an antique and has been in my husband's family for years--so I really can't tell you! All best, LP.


soball wrote:May 30, 2014
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.

    Hello! This is Crisp Romaine by Benjamin Moore. Bests, Lindsay

Lori Barber wrote:May 28, 2014
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    Lindsay Pennington Inc.
    Hi Lori! Thanks for your question. I have to say that yes, the greenery in this shoot is real. It would be difficult to keep it consistently alive but using branches can be more affordable than flowers, even if you are replacing with some frequency. I hope that helps! LP

What Houzz contributors are saying:

baanthony
Bryan Anthony added this to Houzz TV: 94 Dream BedscapesMay 18, 2015

56. This traditional bedroom in Los Angeles, designed by Lindsay Pennington, utilizes two different antique chest for nightstands and dark navy paint for the walls.

becky
Becky Harris added this to 9 Dark Wall Colors to Suit Your MoodFeb 17, 2015

4. Dreamy. This deep bluish-green-gray hue is not only peaceful and inspiring, but it mitigates the complications of all of the angles in the room. The bedroom inspires a good night’s rest and pleasant dreams.Wall paint: Crisp Romaine, Benjamin Moore (eggshell finish)See the rest of this bedroom

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Design Ideas From 21 Much-Loved RoomsJan 30, 2015

8. Going Moody in the Master BedroomWith just four days to overhaul the bedroom while her husband, Tim Mosher, was out of town, interior designer Lindsay Pennington made over the room using pieces the couple already owns. Though she likes symmetry, Pennington likes to throw it off a bit to keep it from feeling too formulaic.Cool feature: Walls painted Benjamin Moore’s Crisp Romaine create a rich atmosphere.See more of this moody bedroom

becky
Becky Harris added this to Room of the Day: Going Moody in the Master BedroomMay 13, 2014

The bureau on the left was passed down to Mosher through his family; the one on the right was passed down through Pennington’s. Serendipitously, they both have marble tops and are approximately the same height. Though she likes symmetry, Pennington likes to throw it off a bit to keep it from feeling too formulaic.To change the layout, she placed the bed in front of a fireplace they never used. This is the view from the bedroom door; previously, the bed was across the room and the unused fireplace just kind of served as a hole. “Don’t be afraid to cover up a fireplace you’re not using,” the designer says. Table lamps: Ralph Lauren, Harbinger

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Mark Bradley added this to bedroomOct 4, 2019

Paint: Crisp Romaine by Benjamin Moore

ila_durkin
Ila Durkin added this to color schemesAug 12, 2019

Dreamy. This deep bluish-green-gray hue is not only peaceful and inspiring, but it mitigates the complications of all of the angles in the room. The bedroom inspires a good night’s rest and pleasant dreams. Wall paint: Crisp Romaine, Benjamin Moore (eggshell finish)

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