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Omar Cooper wrote:Jun 3, 2015
  • Chuk Lee

    Stunning. I want it. But less spartan. Maybe a canopy bed and more skulls.

  • Kevin Schumacher
    The skull looks a bit like an ink drawing by the artist Pushead.
Dave Prail wrote:Sep 6, 2014
  • Kelly
    I would also like to know this! Bedankt! :-)
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    What bed? It looks like a mattress on the floor...
Pam Stegman wrote:Jul 25, 2015
clsheldon5 wrote:Sep 9, 2014
  • emmalee21

    Hi can you please tell me the wall color?

Steven Corley Randel, Architect wrote:Dec 6, 2013
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Janet Paik added this to Stroke of DIY Genius: 20 Cool Graphic Art IdeasSep 17, 2015

            10. Custom art canvas and headboard in Salt Lake City. Cody Derrick installed large framed whiteboards above the bed so he can change the art in the room whenever he wants by simply using dry-erase markers. Derrick carefully designed each aspect of the room to make it an ideal sleeping space. “The bedroom was small and chopped up, with many different colors and odd shelving,” he says.Since it’s the only bedroom in the house, he painted it all one color, including the trim, to make it feel larger, and added dramatic floor-to-ceiling drapes. He designed the platform bed with an oversize perimeter; recessed storage cubbies are hidden under trapdoors in the top, “both for simplicity’s sake and to hide cords,” Derrick says. The art lights above the bed double as reading lights, with remote switches. Read more about this masculine Utah home

            Sophie Seeger added this to Decorating Advice to Steal From Your SuitMay 15, 2015

            1. Find a focal point. What’s the focal point of a great suit? It’s not usually the tie or the pocket square; often it’s the large block of shirt material, the structure of the lapel or the shape of the shoulders. When creating a tailored room scheme, employ this theory and create a focal point using large artworks, a block of wall color or a tonal wallpaper feature wall. These will draw your eye into the scheme without jarring the room’s mood — and the beautiful thing is, you can always change your shirt. Tip: It seems obvious, but when choosing a focal point, keep in mind that it will most likely be the first thing you see upon entering a room, so it’s important that it’s appealing to you. Great ideas for focal points include fireplaces, artwork, mirrors, a chandelier or a large piece of furniture.

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            KaSonndra Leigh Designs added this to Dark Exotic BedroomsJun 5, 2019

            I'm not normally one who enjoys anything minimal. I'm a boho, French country, Mediterranean decor enthusiast all day long. However, this room just screams to be noticed.

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