Master Bedroom rustic-bedroom
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Master Bedroom Rustic Bedroom, New York

Hulya Kolabas
Example of a mountain style bedroom design in New York with beige walls — Houzz

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Katina Smith wrote:
Curtains - Where can I buy the curtains?
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Loom Decor
these curtains are great! we offer custom euro pleat, rod pocket, grommet, and ring top drapes and would be happy to work with you to achieve a similar look. please feel free to check us out and give us a shout!

happy decorating!:)

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What is the length of the curtain rod and where did you get it? Thank you
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ganelson2112 wrote:
I like the blanket! Where did you get it?
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Paul Rice Architecture
At a flea market in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
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scornwell733 wrote:
What is the wall color?
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Paul Rice Architecture
Sorry, don't remember! Might have been Benjamin Moore November Rain, but I'm not sure anymore.
wildrt65 wrote:
Dust ruffle? - Where did you get that dust ruffle please?
vickie chaffin wrote:
shade of red - is this red more of a terracotta red. I like it because it isn't too bright.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lisa Frederick added this to How to Choose the Perfect Bedsheets
All other things being equal, high thread counts can indeed translate to increased comfort. Don't be tempted to buy 800- or 1,000-count sheets, however; you'll do just fine with a style in the 400 or 450 range. The extra thread count doesn't make enough difference in feel to justify the price. In fact, the highest-count sheets can even be stiff because so many fibers are jammed so closely together.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 7 Tips for Picking Colors With Staying Power
6. Take on a time-tested look. The best way to make sure a color combination will last for decades to come? Choose one that has already stood the test of time. By drawing on a classic look from past decades that still feels beautiful today, you can virtually guarantee the scheme will hold up in the future.For example, a nautical red-and-blue combination (tempered with a sandy beige) will look stylish eternally. You can commit fully to the whole look (life preservers and oars hung on the wall and all) or simply apply the color palette to a set of contemporary furnishings.

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callasophie added this to callasophie's Ideas
Just bottom of bed toile interesting
HU-5488194 added this to webuser_5488194's ideas
Curtain rod and rings and curtain style at top
pblodgett added this to Lake House Bedrooms
Nautical color combination of navy, red, and sand.

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