Leaside Master BedroomTransitional Bedroom, Toronto

The homeowners wanted a cozy and romantic room, with lots of feminine softness but enough masculinity to keep the space feeling grounded. We achieved this by juxtaposing luxurious fabrics in a light, airy palette with clean-lined furniture and deep, rich wood tones.

Photo by David Bagosy

Inspiration for a transitional dark wood floor bedroom remodel in Toronto with gray walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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This photo has 46 questions
lizirenephotog wrote:Jul 15, 2013
  • k Nocoletti

    When you dilute a paint color to 50%, is there a specific shade of white recommended?

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    Laura Stein Interiors

    No... When they mix the paint they use half the pigment in the usual amount of base.

Nida Yusuf wrote:Sep 17, 2014
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    Laura Stein Interiors

    Thanks! The chandelier is made by Visual Comfort.

  • alizaben

    Hi! do you know the style by visual comfort?

Joanne Bannister wrote:Sep 2, 2013
  • Adele Casden
    Do the drapes close, or are they for decoration mainly?
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    The drapery can close but was designed to be mainly decorative. The shutters work for light control and privacy.
wbcatto wrote:Nov 1, 2013
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    The bed is a Queen.
  • borno

    Are these plantation shutters or wooden blinds? Thanks

Marie Minnich Design wrote:Dec 19, 2013
  • Lori711
    I can't just admire this bedroom without complimenting the designers vision for pulling this all together! The challenges of working with such a small space and ending up with this beautiful state-of-the-art, welcoming, relaxing, romantic bedroom is breath taking! I'm a creature of appreciating fine detail and I could write a book pointing out each and every detail including how beautiful the feet on the bed tie into the straight lines on both night stands! This decorator has accomplished the impossible and needs to be recognized publicly! Great job!
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    WOW! Thank you so much for your wonderful compliment, for noticing all the details in the room, and for appreciating the effort involved in creating this space. A very heartfelt thank you!!
lmloman wrote:Aug 8, 2013
  • mbarlin
    I love the painting too! Where can we get it?
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    The painting is original artwork that is part of my client's collection. I don't know the name of the artist.
Donna Smith wrote:Jul 27, 2013
  • Julie
    Love the room! The two toned panels are perfect! Is there a hard fast rule for dimensions when deciding how much fabric should be used for top portion of panel or is it a visual preference?
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    There is not hard and fast rule, but typically 1/3 and 2/3 works well. If there are other features like a plate rail on the wall or mullions on the windows, you could line up your dividing line with those.
Ellie Chancey wrote:May 15, 2014
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sangabrielgal wrote:Apr 4, 2015
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    Laura Stein Interiors

    Unfortunately no. It was part of the homeowner's existing collection.

  • karenevans65

    Lovely! I am using this as inspiration in my space. Thanks!

Cathryn Costello wrote:Jun 30, 2014
Karen Kelly wrote:Oct 17, 2013
  • Baiba Miltiņa
    Mzeomzezzmksszzm
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    The crown moulding is Benjamin Moore's Cloud White. The rest of the trim is the same colour and sheen as the wall, Edgecomb Gray.
kjohn140 wrote:Sep 29, 2013
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    This is the narrow end of an L-shaped room. It is about 9 feet wide. Ceilings are 8 feet. The bed is a Queen.
  • Muhammad Hassaan
    Excuse me. the width and length of room, please?
lilholbrook wrote:Jul 25, 2013
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    The ceiling is Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray (same as the walls) at 50%. It's a trick I like to use to make the ceilings feel higher.
  • lilholbrook
    Thanks so much for getting back to me, Laura! Have a great day!
Juliana Littlejohn wrote:Jul 23, 2013
Hailey Levy wrote:Jul 20, 2013
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    It's the George Chandelier from Visual Comfort. www.circalighting.com
  • marybraue
    Drapes
Ana Canales wrote:Nov 19, 2014
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    Earthquakes are extremely rare in Toronto, so this is not a concern. If a light fixture is installed properly it will not fall under normal circumstances.
lausyreno wrote:Oct 27, 2014
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    I'm honestly not sure of the exact height we hung the chandelier at. We just eyeballed it on site. However, because it is over the bed we were able to hang it lower than if it were in an area where people walk. Normally, my rule of thumb for an 8' ceiling is nothing lower than 18". If the fixture is directly over a bed or a table you can hang it lower.
veroniqueann wrote:Oct 20, 2014
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    Of course! As long as you can create a nice focal point with your headboard and drapery, a bed in front of the window looks great. Be sure to use a headboard that doesn't blick the entire window, and try to keep t centered.
Cindy Tranvik wrote:May 18, 2014
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    Unfortunately I don't have that information. The art is from my clients' personal collection.
mrsbransford wrote:Jul 23, 2013
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    Laura Stein Interiors
    The bedroom is L-shaped with the bed in the smaller part of the L. The area in the picture is 8.5 feet wide.
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