Master Bedroom Office SuiteBeach Style Bedroom, Portland Maine
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8. Shiplap headboard. Shiplap paneling is a great way to bring subtle character and charm to a room. But if your budget doesn’t allow you to wrap an entire bedroom in the material, or you’re afraid the look will be too overwhelming, consider creating a custom shiplap headboard, as shown here. It gives you a generous dose of the material without the big commitment.See more of this home
AFTER: Hincher used a subtle coastal design for the redesigned master bedroom, a nod to the beach that is just minutes from the couple’s from door. Soft grays, navy, ivory and coral helped achieve this look, along with the custom-built shiplap headboard. “My design tip is to not be afraid to mix patterns and textures in whatever space you are designing, and don’t try to match everything perfectly,” Hincher says. “That is what gives the space a curated look and makes it personal and interesting.”Because this is first and foremost a bedroom, she added multiple storage components for clothing and bedding.Shiplap headboard: designed by Lisa Hincher and built by contractor Ernest Timmons; duvet cover: Valerie Floral Matelasse in ivory, Pottery Barn; Euro pillow shams: Company C; throw blanket: Pine Cone Hill; throw pillows: Pine Cone Hill and custom-made with Tilton Fenwick fabric; bed skirt: Pottery Barn; tall dresser: Colin chest in Shark Fin finish, Ethan Allen; round bedside table: Warren in Shark Fin finish, Ethan Allen
2. Statement headboard. To achieve a beachy atmosphere, the team at The Good Home Interiors & Design created a custom headboard out of shiplap for this Portland, Maine, bedroom. The two arched sconces over the bed are from Pottery Barn, and the walls are covered in Sterling by Benjamin Moore.