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Loft Traditional Bedroom, New York

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Amanda Salmon wrote:
Where can I buy this bedding?
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brendarella8
Where can I purchase this bedding?
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Dani
this bedding looks like its from west elm.
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cheyeannec wrote:
what kind of dog is that?... she belongs there
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laben28 wrote:
How many chandaliers does the cottage have? l just love it!!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Alison Aves added this to Visit a Victorian Fairy-Tale Retreat in the Woods
The cabin includes a sleeping loft, accessed by a ladder. "I installed batts of insulation, then used an electric stapler to attach Tyvek to the rafters," Foster says, describing the tented ceiling. "I started from the bottom up. It got easier the higher I went, because I could just slide the batts into the Tyvek 'pockets.' Then, I attached a bolt of Walmart lace with the electric stapler along the rafters. Bada bing."
Becky Harris added this to 5 Homes, 5 Uniquely Feminine Styles
A tented ceiling, chandelier and miles of ruffles make this cabin a soft place to land and enjoy a little solitude in the woods.
Kristy Woodson Harvey and Beth Woodson added this to Tented Ceilings Raise the Bar
Nothing takes a child's room from mundane to magical like a tented ceiling. Who wouldn't want to snuggle up in a cozy nook like this one? This white is beautiful for a little girl, but intermixing a colored fabric would be fun too. For an adult room, there's nothing more romantic that layers of tented fabric. It makes even a small space feel open and airy.
Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: The Art of Compromise
Step 4: Define Your LimitsIf there are things that completely horrify you, now is your chance to exercise your veto power. The point here is to avoid major conflicts down the road, not to pick a fight now. So stick with the few things that really are deal breakers for you, and ask your partner to do the same. If your partner claims to hate some of your favorite looks, don't worry. In step 9 you'll have a chance to bring back a little of what you love, even if your partner doesn't get it.
Anne Colby added this to Photo Flip: Good Dog! Cute Pooches at Home
This white Maltese looks just right for the Victorian fairy-tale decor in this upstate New York sleeping loft decorated by owner Sandy Foster. The cabin is on 14 acres where Foster lives with her husband, and she designed this getaway as a place to blog, garden, nap and read. Read the full story

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Christina Sanborn added this to Emily’s Attic
Wow, a bit Anne Rice meets Fleetwood Mac, but the idea of draping fabric as a focal point is clearly deployed here.
jlcy2610 added this to jlcy2610's ideas
A tented ceiling, chandelier and miles of ruffles make this cabin a soft place to land and enjoy a little solitude in the woods.
Anastasia Beaverhausen added this to chb_carterbryant's ideas
this would make a very pretty painting
Designitures added this to Everyone Loves A Little Romance
A clean crisp room softened with layers and layers light fabrics creating soft, comfy, romantic space. I am in love.

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