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Eclectic bedroom photo in Boston with white walls

Row House Interiors Bedroom DetailEclectic Bedroom, Boston

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needsadvice wrote:Jun 26, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Ivory Lace 7013 by Sherwin-Williams is similar.
  • Marcy Malin
    Can you share the exact color/brand please?
Caroline Ellis wrote:Oct 28, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Brenna Malmberg added this to How Many Pillows Should You Have on Your Bed?Mar 12, 2018

    3 Ways to Arrange Your PillowsNow that you know the types of pillows available to you, you can start decorating your bed with them. Here are some tips to help you figure out how you want to style your pillows:1. Classic/traditional. A classic-style bed will usually have the greatest number of decorative pillows. If you like a more romantic look, you can pretty much add as many as will fit. For something a little more tailored and gender-neutral, we love keeping things symmetrical: the sleeping pillows hidden behind one set of decorative pillows (either standard, queen, king or Euro) with either two smaller squares (20-by-20-inch or 18-by-18-inch) in front or one lumbar centered at the front.

    Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Better Your Bed (and Body) With Bolsters and Neck RollsJun 19, 2014

    Let’s not forget perhaps the most important part of both bolster and neck roll pillows: the pillow insert itself. Since these pillows function as body support, the inserts need to be quite firm. Full-length bolster pillows especially need ample stability so they won’t “break” in the middle. Down and feather inserts are usually preferred. The higher percentage of down makes the pillow smoother (and more expensive); feathers do have quills that can poke over time. Ingrassia notes that an insert of 10 percent down and 90 percent feathers always looks better than foam or spun polyester, but keep in mind any allergies to down. A down alternative, like polyester fiberfill, is a good hypoallergenic choice. If you want natural but more luxurious inserts, choose a higher percentage of down, such as 30, 50 or 100 percent.More: How to Choose the Perfect Bed Pillow — and Sleep Better

    Rachel Grace added this to The Secret Formula for Perfect Pillow ArrangementsAug 30, 2012

    The 2-2-1 ratio also works on beds. Rather than arrange the pillows from the outside in as you would on a sofa, arrange them from back to front.

    Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to 16 Secrets to a Soothing HomeOct 6, 2011

    Light colors are enhanced by bright lilac and green in this room. The colorful cushions don't interrupt the flow thanks to their small size. They are here to add character and life to an otherwise bland room.

    Shoshana Gosselin added this to Color Play: The Power of PurpleJun 18, 2011

    Adding purple in your bedroom can be as simple as changing out the pillows. You can also paint the walls the slightest lilac color for a relaxing look.

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    Yoshie Kojima added this to YoshieさんのアイデアブックFeb 26, 2019


    tanjerine added this to Master Bedroom 2018Sep 2, 2018

    Love a big round table as a side table

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