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        jess_mcbride
        Jess McBride added this to Design Motifs: Nautical ChartsJun 28, 2016

        Framing isn’t always necessary, though, if you’re going for that no-frills, rustic look in which authenticity and simple, straightforward materials are prized. Here, the wall studs themselves provide the framing needed to pull this map taut and tack it into place. The result is a room that seems very much at home in its coastal cottage. In fact, it almost feels like a little boat shed.

        michellefries
        Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC added this to 10 Ways to Get the Modern Cottage LookMay 15, 2012

        Go beyond white. There’s definitely a theme here: white walls. But this room has something a little more rustic going on with the different shades of wood in the room. It blends a weathered, lighter wood behind the rafters, a golden stain on the window and varying shades on the wide-plank floor. Don't be afraid to introduce a variety of woods and stains into your rustic cottage.

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

        8. Create a vacation vibe. You can conjure the mood of your favorite vacation spot with a few key elements.Lake: regional map, wool camp blankets, vintage booksBeach: driftwood, sea-grass rug, airy white curtains and beddingBig city: bold wallpaper, vintage chandelier, upholstered headboardTropics: seaside photo prints, vintage postcards tucked into bamboo blinds, tropical potted plants

        erinlangnorris
        Erin Lang Norris added this to Take it Easy: Summer Camp StyleJun 3, 2011

        Twin beds. A pair of beds instantly transforms a room into one that's reminiscent of nights at camp and is a good option for a guest or kid's room. (If your visitors are 5'11" or taller, you may want to go a different route.)

        lilygahagan
        Lily Gahagan added this to Be Our Guest(s): Twin Bed Guest RoomsJan 28, 2011

        The perfect setup for a vacation cabin in the woods.

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Reconsidering Twin BedsMay 13, 2010

        This is a cozy cabin vibe at its best. I imagine one would sleep quite well in here, no matter how narrow the bed!

        kitpollard
        Kit Pollard added this to 5 Design Lessons from RestaurantsFeb 27, 2010

        Plus, ceilings that draw the eye up open up people's perception of a space, as they're looking up and down in addition to at eye level.

        letteredcottage
        The Lettered Cottage added this to Beyond the Bed: Decorating The Wall Behind Your HeadboardJan 24, 2010

        One, simple light fixture, within arms reach, would encourage me to read more while I relaxed on this bed.

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Cozy Cabin StyleNov 2, 2009

        Drywall, Schmrywall. Who needs it when you can just paint the rafters and other framing? This room has a modern rustic look.

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        webuser_270083199
        HU-270083199 added this to webuser_270083199's ideasJul 7, 2019

        A framed map of the area would be great in a cottage

        maiphuongbear
        Jay Pham added this to maiphuongbear's ideasMar 6, 2019

        Window color didn’t from walls, cool

        leanneaxkerman
        Leanne Ackerman added this to leanneaxkerman's ideasJan 24, 2019

        Like the rustic exposed wood style

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