Master BedroomBeach Style Bedroom, New York

Large coastal guest bedroom photo in New York with green walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Scott Waitzer wrote:Jan 20, 2011
  • lshoulzadeh
    there is no sea grass by Ralph Lauren ???
  • sandy larsen
    If you can't find it for sale you can see the color info here to get a match. http://encycolorpedia.com/bcbeb2

    I do think you should be able to find it though in paint stores selling RL paints. It's in the Modern Lights collection. Good luck!
Kaaren Huffaker wrote:Jun 2, 2013
  • Leslie Decker
    was wondering where the bed linens are from, can't seem to find anything similar and would love to recreate this look.
  • Tricia Ward
    Would this colour look good with yellow and gray? Thanks Tricia
Nikki Kenney wrote:Aug 2, 2014
  • carolehollman

    Hello, I am also interested to know where the bedding can be purchased. Thanks.

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    Tara Seawright Interior Design

    Hi! The bedding is from ABC Home Furnishings, Inc. and they are Legna sheets.

asochinski wrote:Nov 16, 2012
  • Fiona Champion
    legracieux.com. Regello
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    Loom Decor
    @asochinski- loomdecor, a design it yourself home decor site, offers similar prints in this silhouette. feel free to give us a shout if you are interested!
    happy decorating!:)
izzy7299 wrote:Aug 1, 2012
sfalloon wrote:Apr 7, 2012
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    Tara Seawright Interior Design
    The drawing is from the Boltax Gallery in Shelter Island.
    21 North Ferry Road Shelter Island, NY 11964
    (631) 749-4062
  • ashley2025
    Can you please tell me the paint color?
sarahflynn wrote:Oct 17, 2013
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    Tara Seawright Interior Design
    An amazing resource in Tribeca New York called www.stellastore.com. They have the best eye for bedding, they are artists and lovely to work with.
H Blank wrote:Oct 30, 2012
nehadhir wrote:Mar 22, 2012
Nancy Deck wrote:Oct 9, 2011
  • Jan Gunn
    I don't know about this one, but I have a very similar one from Crate& Barrel bought in 1998, & it looks like it has been stripped of the black finish & galvanized.
cameron wrote:Feb 3, 2011
  • mmc3boys
    John Robshaw
Christina Ebbers wrote:Jan 17, 2011
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    le gracieux inc
    le gracieux Regello in Bay on Soft Blue can be see here at the doorway! It can be purchased through any of our showrooms www.legracieux.com Thank you!
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                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  danarmiller
                  Dana Miller added this to Ditch a Door to Open a SpaceApr 23, 2012

                  Ditching the door doesn't just apply to closet spaces. Forgo doors between rooms when the view is worth looking at. Here, the view of the adjacent sitting room draws you in from the bedroom. Luxurious curtain panels keep the rooms feeling separate while allowing the eye to wander.

                  lolalina
                  Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: 10 Tips for Blissful BedroomsFeb 25, 2012

                  6. Rethink entries, closets and doors. If you have unattractive sliding closet doors or an awkwardly tight entryway, consider replacing the doors with curtains. They take up less space, add softness and provide another opportunity to layer in color and texture. It's a relatively simple change to undertake, and it can make a huge difference in the feel of the room.

                  becky
                  Becky Harris added this to Merging Styles: Industrial Loft Meets Modern LuxeMar 24, 2011

                  A canopy-less canopy bed with a structure resembling pipes is paired with the finest linens.

                  erinlangnorris
                  Erin Lang Norris added this to Get Your Houseguests TalkingMar 22, 2011

                  I love how the curtain panels on this doorway make it look like an ordinary window. Is there anywhere in your own home that you can do something like this? It’s a nice way to hide clutter without having to explain what’s behind the door that you refuse to open. Just act like the curtains are window treatments!

                  erikaward
                  Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Freshen Your Space for SpringMar 9, 2011

                  Cool hues in combination with a high ceiling makes this bedroom feel ethereal. Rooms painted in coastal hues can make you think the beach is so near you almost feel a breeze.

                  lilygahagan
                  Lily Gahagan added this to Secret Passages and Hidden SpotsJan 17, 2011

                  Curtains closed, it looks like a window. Curtains open, and you're gazing on your own walk-in closet and seating area.

                  debbiesnider
                  Debbie Snider added this to Great Color: Soothing Blue Gray in the BedroomDec 2, 2010

                  If you prefer more of a sky blue hue on the wall, try adding a hint of blue-gray in your accent pillows and curtains.

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  ali_h_juma
                  Ali Juma added this to BalconiesJul 5, 2019

                  Color & Style are nice. No to boxed frame though

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