LG House - InteriorModern Bedroom, Edmonton

LG House (Edmonton)
Design :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Photography :: Merle Prosofsky

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Lindy King wrote:Jul 5, 2012
  • Lindy King
    And yes, I do like the white way better. :)
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Ah yes, I see now. I have been anticipating this arrival for sure. IKEA calls it 'sofielund walnut effect light gray'. I would hope for a darker version of this...
shirleyehrlich wrote:Oct 20, 2014
  • Scott Vahle
    Where can the bed frame be purchased?
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]

    This one shown in the photo was purchased at IKEA.

nitikad wrote:Aug 24, 2017
  • Moe M

    What type of floor tiles are these?

  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]

    same as main floor - see my previous response

jessicakoehler wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • jessicakoehler
    Thank you! Did you paint the ceiling the same color, or just go with a regular ceiling paint? Also, what finish did you use? Thanks again!
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Ceilings are the same colour. As for the Finish; Eggshell on all vertical surfaces and flat on the ceilings. However, consider using "Aura" finish from BM if you prefer a 'matte' finish everywhere...

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
katharinesmart wrote:Mar 21, 2013
  • jjolin
    I like the storage against the wall. Who makes the piece?
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]
    that's an IKEA Besta Storage Unit.
Cromo Inc wrote:Dec 9, 2012
  • Tina Lubarsky
    Beautiful! Is this the same flooring material that was used in the kitchen? You really have done a superb job! And, thank you for answering all of our questions!!
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Thx Tina - Yes, this is the same flooring throughout.

    :: thirdstone inc [^]
ildikogritsayenko wrote:Jun 14, 2013
Annalee wrote:Jan 14, 2018
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]

    From IKEA but discontinued.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]

roymc wrote:Oct 1, 2016
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]

    Hi Roy - To clarify the flooring in this photo is not tile but a floating laminate system from IKEA. I highly recommend you speak to a supplier or professional installer for advice.

motherbear wrote:Jun 14, 2013
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi Motherbear -

    It's a one-point perspective looking down a corridor of what looks like poplars or aspens.
Maggie wrote:Sep 16, 2012
Claire Jaques wrote:Aug 13, 2012
  • PRO
    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Greetings Claire

    This is a floating floor system from IKEA called "Markland Flooring" $2.49/SF. (CAD) Unfortunately, the 'anthracite' colour (shown here) is now discontinued, but is still available in 'white'. Each laminate panel is a approx. 12" x 48"

    I would recommend protecting the flooring with a rug at entry locations. The high-gloss finish does show dust and foot marks but is super easy to clean. ~ thirdstone inc. [^]
satmay2012 wrote:Jul 16, 2012
Sonia Suazo wrote:Aug 16, 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Home-Wellness Essentials for a Healthy LifeApr 10, 2019

    1. Give Your Bedroom a Sleep MakeoverMany American adults do not get the recommended seven to eight hours per night of sleep. What can you do if you have trouble falling or staying asleep? Here are a few good basic steps to getting a better night’s sleep.Install blackout drapes to block outdoor light sources (like streetlights and passing cars) at night for a more restful sleep.Move or cover light-pollution sources within the bedroom when possible, such as nightlights, hall lights, clocks and baby monitors.Turn off the television, computer and other screens at least an hour before bed. These light sources can make falling asleep difficult.Invest in a comfortable mattress and bedding made of natural fibers such as cotton, wool and linen.Find cotton and linen sheets in the Houzz Shop

    Robyn Lawrence added this to Sleep Happier and Healthier in a Toxin-Free BedroomJun 5, 2013

    Many bedroom products contain chemical flame retardants called PBDEs, which have been banned in several U.S. states and other countries because they interfere with nervous system development, causing problems with memory and attention. The Environmental Protection Agency says that its toxicology database on PBDEs “is inadequate to truly understand the risk." Given these uncertainties, it’s smart to keep PBDEs out of your sleeping space.A few general things to consider:Look for beds and bedding made with natural fibers such as cotton, wool, and hemp, which don't catch fire easily or burn quickly and are less likely to be treated with toxic flame retardants.Not sure how to find PBDE-free mattresses and bedding? Find a list at ewg.org/pbdefree.Ikea no longer uses PBDEs in any of its furnishings or accessories.

    Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: Wide-Open Views on a Narrow Canadian LotFeb 18, 2013

    When the blinds are open in the master bedroom, the homeowners can wave to their neighbors on the street. The chair was purchased locally. The platform bed is from Ikea.

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