Presidio Heights traditionalTraditional Bedroom, San Francisco

Photography by Emily Payne

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luv2cruz41 wrote:Aug 6, 2013
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    Houseworks Unlimited, Inc.
    That looks like the Hawthorne Yellow we used on a kitchen renovation.
  • blb101098
    It is tagged Weston flax though on picture
cariver wrote:Jul 20, 2012
Samantha Milosz wrote:Jan 29, 2012
deborab wrote:Jul 10, 2011
laprielc wrote:Jul 10, 2011
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    Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
    It was from a store in San Francisco called The Swedish Room, which sadly closed last year... Thanks for asking.
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    Swedish Room
    I'm still alive, just not in the showroom anymore :). I'm available online and have a warehouse in Marin, CA. I actually do have one of these beds in stock in Queen size, same finish. I also have several twin size beds and daybeds but in a different style.
laprielc wrote:Jul 10, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    Boy, if any color should be called Butter, this would be it! Actually, if you look at Ben Moore's Butter/2023-60, it's close, but this looks a tad warmer. How about Moonlight/2020-60? You might ask the paint store to add 10% more white. I LOVE the yellow on the ceiling too! I sure hope the designer gives us the actual color name. It's delish.
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    Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
    Hi there-The wall and ceiling color is Benjamin Moore HC-5 -- glad you like it! Thanks.
mackslade wrote:Nov 10, 2012
Sandy Lum wrote:Jun 17, 2012
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    Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
    my local workroom made's a two-sided drape attached to the wooden 'crown' and draped behind the headboard
sbark wrote:Jul 10, 2011
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    Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
    The chandelier is by Currey & Co. -- not sure if they still make it, but you might check with them. Thanks!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: SwedishMay 10, 2012

Style Secret: Canopied BedsGracefully draped beds are a hallmark of Swedish boudoirs. The traditional canopy takes a slightly different form: swags of fabric attached to a coronet or cornice, or hung from the ceiling and parted over the headboard. You can carry this approach beyond the master bedroom, too — it looks just as appropriate over a daybed or an overscale chaise in a guest room or office. How Swede it is: Swedish beds tend to be crafted of simple, light woods, perhaps with a bit of stenciled or carved detailing, and this one is a classic example. Like many furnishings in this style, it's coated in pastel paint that elevates the look. Plus, the warm yellow tones lend a slice of sunshine that would be welcome in any Scandinavian space.

Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Brian Dittmar's Relaxed Classic StyleJul 8, 2011

The structured canopy on this bed, made with fabric from Beacon Hill, echoes the tailoring on the roman shades made with the same fabric and pulls together this cheerful guest bedroom. "Whenever possible, I also like to add bespoke tailor-like details on upholstered pieces, window treatments and pillows," says Dittmar. "I like to use contrast welting, accent edge banding, applied tape trims, fringe, buttons and nailheads, and such. Those details take ordinary pieces and make them so much more special and custom looking."

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