Purple Teen Girl's Bedroom traditional-kids
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Purple Teen Girl's Bedroom Traditional Kids, Seattle

Photography by Northlight Photography.
Example of a classic kids' room design in Seattle with purple walls — Houzz

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gloriosa8 wrote:
who designed the bedding?
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joelyferris
Hi!!! where is the duvet from? Thank so much
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
The duvet was from Brocade Home. See conversation above. Brocade is no longer in business.
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babykelly1 wrote:
love the bedframe where is it from
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Debbie Bullard
anthropologie has one similar.
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Paula Cook wrote:
what is the paint color?
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Ronique & Co.
You're welcome
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
The girls' rooms where chosen at last minute...and it didn't get written on my spec sheet. I pulled the SW chart, and I believe it is SW 6837 Baroness.
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J.L. Walker Construction wrote:
Is the purple color from Sherwin Williams? If not, what brand and color? - Hello, I was wondering if the purple color is a Sherwin Williams color? I saw another room with the SW6830 KIsmet and it looked a lot different. I saw on http://designfromca.blogspot.com/2012/03/color-it-yours-purple.html?m=1. and it doesn't look the same. I hope the picture came thru. I really want to do my daughters room with the purple you used, it's perfect for her. Thanks for your help. Marion
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moatscat
Did you ever find out what the paint color is called and if it is sherwin williams?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Hi again. I found the notes on this project. The girls' rooms where chosen at last minute...and it didn't get written on my spec sheet. I pulled the SW chart, and I believe it is SW 6837 Baroness.
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Traci Turley wrote:
Who makes the beautiful bed frame?
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Emily Chapa
You may look at Anthropologie...they have this bed frame in pewter. Good luck!
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catherinegrace wrote:
Where is the design maniquine from?
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Annie Thornton
Here is a similar dress form that has been added to our products section.

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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Thanks Annie Kendall! The client on this project already had the dress form, so I wasn't sure where it came from .
Cheers,
K
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wallace23 wrote:
Dare I ask... what's the black frame over the bed about?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
It's a canopy style bed, just without the fabric canopy.
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Veronica Onyango
Maybe it's supposed to be fitted with a net methinks.
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snester wrote:
Where is the chandelier from?
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Kelly Porter
Here is a similar fixture from ShopWildThings.com: http://www.shopwildthings.com/chbucr.html
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
It was originally from Brocade Home, but they are no longer in business.
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tricia8596 wrote:
Where is the comforter from? Or where can I get one just like it?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
It was from Brocade Home (mail-order), which is no longer around. :(
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sbb1230 wrote:
height of chair rail - I love this room! Could you please tell me how high the ceilings are(where they meat the walls) and then how high up the walls the beadboard/chairrail comes? thanks so much.
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Hi, I will need to refer to drawings and see. My guess off hand is the wainscot is about 38" high and the ceiling starts at about 7 or 7-1/2 feet.
I will get back with you.
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enrikute wrote:
Were did you get your Lamp from?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Brocade Home, which I think is not around anymore. I am starting to see lots of small chandeliers from major lighting manufacturers, so I bet you could find something similar.
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k8ster wrote:
where is the couch from
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
This oversized round chair was custom made. There was one like this available through Mitchell Gold.
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minkie wrote:
Who makes the chair in the corner?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
We had a local furniture craftsman make this chair. It swivels all the way around. The inspiration for the chair was one we found through Mitchell Gold.
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Melissa wrote:
Paint - You always pick the most beautiful paint colors. I am looking to do a nursery with three gray walls and one pink. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kelly Porter added this to Picking the Color Purple
Violet. Warm purples are often referred to as violet. The strong influence of red creates a color that is romantic and chic. Paint Pick: Kismet 6830 by Sherwin Williams Fun fact: Freight company Federal Express uses a prominent shade of purple in their FedEx logos. This signifies a 'purple promise' that you will receive your package on-time, but using purple with orange (in their primary logo) also ensures that your package will stand out so you won't miss seeing it.
Lisa Frederick added this to Italian Campaign Beds Show Winning Design
What a smart way to add an extra layer of interest without billows of fabric: Dangle a chandelier through the center of the canopy. Choose a classic, ornate version for a romantic touch or a contemporary style to add a bit of edge.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ellieandava added this to Girls’ Bedrooms
I like the way the colors are pretty great
Jillian Knott added this to Knott Kids Spaces
Kids rooms with wainscoting and then color on upper half of walls.

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