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Kelly Edwards design Bedroom, Los Angeles

photo provided by Laure Joliet

Example of a bedroom design in Los Angeles —  Houzz
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Beth Bardo wrote:Jul 25, 2013
  • kedwards427
    I found the bed on craigslist.
  • Edwina Tucker

    What type of paint was used on the Daybed? If I buy a white one do I need to prime it? Any advice on how to transform a factory painted finish to custom would be greatly appreciated

Wills wrote:Oct 20, 2011
  • Wills
    thanks
  • kedwards427
    Pottery Barn Rug
sraff wrote:Aug 26, 2012
  • kedwards427
    I made them. Ikea curtains with a gray sewn stripe

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to How to Dress Your DaybedOct 22, 2014

Or drape a loose cover over sheets, with throw pillows in front of bed pillows. If you frequently use your daybed as a bed, you may not want the hassle of taking a fitted cover on and off. In that case choose a neat-looking coverlet that can do double duty as bedding. Make the daybed as a bed, putting the coverlet on top but tucking in only the back and sides. Top the daybed with bed pillows and throw pillows, and it will work as a couch until you need it again.

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Houzz Guides: 12 Ways to Decorate for LessJul 31, 2013

2. Learn to shop your home. Sourcing "new" furniture and accessories from within your own home is the best (read: cheapest) way to decorate on a budget. Shifting old furniture to a different room or using it in a fresh way, like repurposing an old twin bed as a daybed, can deliver amazing results without your spending a dime.Get the guide: Shop Your Home for a New Look

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Budget Decorator: Shop Your Home for a New LookAug 10, 2012

Give an old twin bed new life. An old twin bed frame (or even just the mattresses) languishing in the basement can easily be transformed into a chic daybed with the addition of a pretty coverlet and an armful of pillows. The key to making it look more sofa-like is to cover the mattress with a fabric you would not normally find on a bed. A vintage Moroccan wedding blanket, a heavy linen coverlet or anything with pretty trim would be sublime.

nataliemyers
Natalie Myers added this to Open House: Designers Create Uplifting SanctuariesOct 22, 2011

Kelly Edwards: "I was so in love with the idea of creating a room that felt comfortable and unassuming. Since we weren’t told who was going to have our room ahead of time I wanted it to appeal to everyone, kind-of like a small vacation suite."

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lizziemorrissey
lizziemorrissey added this to Lounge/diningApr 12, 2019

I like the daybed idea! It's super cool and chic, not to mention budget friendly. Great thank you

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HU-621063432 added this to Guest RoomAug 31, 2018

drape a loose cover over sheets, with throw pillows in front of bed pillows. If you frequently use your daybed as a bed, you may not want the hassle of taking a fitted cover on and off. In that case choose a neat-looking coverlet that can do double duty as bedding. Make the daybed as a bed, putting the coverlet on top but tucking in only the back and sides. Top the daybed with bed pillows and throw pillows, and it will work as a couch until you need it again.

lacey_lynn17
Lacey Capuano added this to OfficeApr 21, 2018

Furniture layout for office with daybed

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