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Example of a coastal bedroom design in Portland Maine with green walls

PinewoldBeach Style Bedroom, Portland Maine

photography by Rob Karosis

Example of a coastal bedroom design in Portland Maine with green walls —  Houzz

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frmerullo wrote:Nov 3, 2012
I love the bed. Is it an antique? If not where did you get it?

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    Whitten Architects
    We're sorry, but we were not involved in the selection of this bed ... so unfortunately we cannot comment on where it came from.
  • Tom Perkins
    What is the color of the paint? Also what is the type of board on the walls?
orangerie designs wrote:Feb 2, 2013
what is this paint color please?

Mary Jean Sullivan wrote:Feb 10, 2013
    lori777 wrote:Feb 23, 2013
    So peaceful..will you please share the wall color?

      baker1444 wrote:Sep 3, 2013
        nighttime wrote:Dec 19, 2013
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          Whitten Architects
          Thank you for your question. Each unit is nominally 3' wide x 5' tall.
        A Connors wrote:Feb 9, 2014
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          Whitten Architects
          Yes, these are double hung windows. I believe the manufacturer was Marvin.
        • tylersampson
          These are Pella Windows.
        myspaceidea wrote:Apr 22, 2014
        Whitten Architects, Beautiful paint choice please share info. Thanks

          glisse wrote:May 20, 2014
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            Remodel Boutique
            i was browsing pics and wanted to let you know that i don't think these are reverse hung. those would be going in the opposite direction actually.
          • atalio

            These roller shades don't appear to be in the Hunter Douglass catalog. Any other ideas as to where they are from? Thanks!

          Jeff Macdonald wrote:Aug 20, 2014
          greetings! Are those 1x4s on all sides of the windows?

            heather7miller wrote:Oct 5, 2014
            What Color is the wall??

            - WHAT COLOR ARE THE WALLS??

              loriphil wrote:Jul 19, 2016
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                Fenstermann LLC

                Hey there: These roller shades are not old fashioned at all - they are an inexpensive and minimalistic way to cover your window - no bulky casing or valance is needed...check out our website at www.PleatedBlindsStore.com - Good Luck with your project...

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              • atalio

                For minimalist, vintage style shade pulls and roller hardware, try Zwick Window Shade Co. (see their inside mount antique finish brackets and cloth ring pulls). I ordered samples from them, and the parts look authentically vintage. You may want to look elsewhere for the shade material itself if their material selection is not to your liking.

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