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Lincoln Park Master SuiteContemporary Bedroom, Chicago

Mieke Zuiderweg

Example of a large trendy master medium tone wood floor bedroom design in Chicago with white walls —  Houzz
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michael_h_marsh wrote:Feb 1, 2014
  • aesmitty23
    No problem at all. Thanks for the info and quick response!
  • HU-599800928

    Are you still looking for pieces by Scott Gruss?

Leslie Dodson wrote:Nov 22, 2011
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    The floors are White Oak and were installed by my local flooring contractor. The stain is a custom mix but was loosely based on Minwax English Chestnut (we worked up a custom mix to get a more "saturated" stain color). Thanks for your question. I hope this was helpful.
  • hugefan
    you are a creative and gifted individual, thank you.
jczz wrote:Apr 14, 2013
  • Diane Elliott

    Cordless are made in the fabric cellular shades, but I don't ever see them in woven woods.

  • bsgibbs

    My Hunter Douglas TDBU shades have no cords to open and close them. They do have thin strings that are virtually invisible that are exposed when the top is down. It is very easy to look beyond them and ignore that they are there.

    This is the second house we've had them. Perfect for bedroom french doors.

Karizma Watts wrote:Feb 21, 2013
  • martacebrat
    Where are the drapes from? Thank You :)
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    The drapes are custom. They were made at Anderson Fabric Work Room in MN and the textile is a wool from Pollack. The style of the drapery is often referred to as either a tailored pleat drape or a brisby pleat drape. You can get similar custom wool drapes through The Shade Store which might be easier depending on where you're located. I hope you find this helpful. Thanks for your question.
Sara wrote:Feb 25, 2012
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    This space is part of a much larger room. The width of the area where this bed resides is only about 10'6" wide (that's a king size bed). It's cozy and works well for these clients b/c it was more important for them to have a "full" sitting area (in the adjacent space) in their master suite than "extra" space around their bed.
  • Sara
    Thanks for the quick response!
Perwood Design wrote:Sep 21, 2013
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    It was a custom designed piece by NMI and built by Bladon Conner (now AaronBladon Studio). You can contact me directly if you'd like to know more about pricing etc. Thanks and glad you like the piece!
mwr724 wrote:Aug 2, 2013
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    The actual bed frame (headboard etc.) is all upholstered in black leather. The background is a combination of woven wood shades (w/ a TDBU feature shown) and wool drapes. I personally love this type of layered look behind a bed as it gives the room a very rich and warm feeling.
zgaren wrote:Apr 8, 2013
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    The bed is from Crate & Barrel. It's from a few years back so I'm not 100% sure that it's still a current item for them...best of luck!
Karizma Watts wrote:Feb 21, 2013
Linda G wrote:Jan 30, 2013
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    Nicholas Moriarty Interiors (NMI, LLC.)
    All of the bedding shown is from Design Within Reach. It was purchased a while ago so I'm not too sure that it's still available but DWR always has some sort of simple bedding like this. Glad you like it!
alenas wrote:Jan 26, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jess McBride added this to Bedtime Stories: Fancy Up the Foot of Your BedSep 25, 2016

For smaller bedrooms, a low-profile bench can serve as both additional seating and an extra nightstand when there’s not room for one on both sides of the bed.

Shane D. Inman added this to Woven Wood Shades Tie Rooms TogetherAug 13, 2012

Contemporary. Treating the bank of windows behind the bed as a single window creates drama in this contemporary bedroom. Covering all three windows with one blind allows the covering to act more like furniture than a window treatment. Style tip: The shade's ability to be raised from the bottom disguises the fact that the bed is in front of the window. A normal wooden shade would allow the bed to be visible from outside — something most interior designers try to avoid.

Dytecture added this to 7 Tips for Placing a Bed in Front of a WindowNov 16, 2011

4. Use top-down blinds for privacy. This cleverly designed bedroom uses top-down/bottom-up blinds for ease of use. This is the size of the bedroom in my former rental apartment. Repeating the window valance and blind provides a consistent look.Hire a window treatment pro for a custom look

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Daniel added this to DRAPES & CURTAINSMar 18, 2019

Consider pull-up blinds for front bedrooms. Also might work for both bathrooms.

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