Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWindBeach Style Bedroom, Boston

The master bedroom with expansive views of the ocean.

Small coastal master bedroom photo in Boston with blue walls —  Houzz
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donnaby2 wrote:Apr 1, 2012
  • rebeccaig0719
    Is ivory white the color of the ceiling? What about the walls? Thanks
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    The paint color is the same for the ceiling and walls - Benjamin Moore's #925 Ivory White. The lighting in the photograph casts a cool tone as seen in the linens and drapes, which are white.
dlglasky wrote:Oct 9, 2011
ksg0113 wrote:Nov 17, 2013
lzbean wrote:Aug 26, 2012
  • scerrir
    Hi there! Absolutely beautiful room!! I want to do a very similar thing in my bedroom. Can you buy really long planks? I am wondering what to do about a seam to attach 2 horizontal boards together if the wall is very long?

    Can these also be put in a bathroom exposed to daily moisture?

    Thank you so much!!

    Rhea
  • ryonki
    Where can you purchase ship lap siding these days? Is it expensive?
betsyc wrote:Oct 9, 2011
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    The paint used for this bedroom was Benjamin Moore's #925 Ivory White.
  • jdc2
    It looks a bit like a Farrow & Ball color - Skylight (or Ben Moore's copy of it which is a bit more blue - less green/gray than the F&B.
STAVROULA wrote:Aug 15, 2012
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    These curtains and curtain rods were selected by the interior designer, "Seldom Scene Interiors", on the project.
  • unagroves
    Can,t figure out if those curtains cover all the windows and leave the middle window open
Lara McKenna wrote:Jul 27, 2012
gabriela gutierrez wrote:Jun 24, 2016
kedmunds wrote:Mar 6, 2015
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    This bedroom was formally the garage! The entire house was move 20' and the garage was attached the main structure and converted into the master bedroom. The bedroom area measures 11'2" x 11'2" (approx) and the overall room dimensions are 21'2" x 11'2", which includes the dressing area, full bathtub and vanities. The king-sized bed is custom made with a leather headboard bolster and storage cabinets underneath.

    Here's another view of the other side of the room.


sbsantare wrote:Mar 5, 2014
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    The ceiling in this bath area is 8" wide engineered fir boards. The walls are 8" wide shiplapped, painted poplar boards. All this material was milled in our custom millwork shop. A wood or millwork shop may be able to help mill this material for you.
Paris Cohen wrote:Sep 19, 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to 10 Ways With (Almost) All-White BedroomsMar 10, 2016

    7. Add interest via the walls. Whether beadboard, tongue and groove or shiplap (seen here), the lines and textures that these boards create add a coastal cottage feeling. This room is modestly sized at about 11 feet by 11 feet, but using white certainly helps it feel larger. Of course, windows with spectacular views of Nantucket Sound certainly don’t hurt either. Wall paint (similar): Borrowed Light, Farrow & Ball; trim paint: Ivory White, Benjamin Moore; planks: 8-inch-wide shiplapped engineered fir boards with ⅛-inch square grooves

    ermiller
    Liz Miller Interiors added this to My Blue Heaven: New Reasons to Love the Color of Sea and SkyJan 15, 2014

    Instead of using blue as a strong accent to showcase its exclusive past, use it everywhere as a neutral color that envelops the room. Make it subtle or …

    heane
    Rebecca Heane added this to Show Your Resourceful Side With Vintage Coastal StyleAug 29, 2012

    Window TreatmentsThink muslin, voile or soft linen for your window treatments. Old sheets, whether linen or cotton, can make great curtains. Add a DIY shell trim for a more defined coastal look. Muslin is really cheap, so use loads of it to get the soft, opulent look that works so well in a vintage coastal home.

    lfrederick
    Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: CoastalFeb 29, 2012

    Style Secret: Pale NeutralsDid we mention that white is key to the coastal palette? When they’re done right, crisp white rooms are arresting in their purity and simplicity. But if they feel too austere or one-dimensional to suit you, branch out a bit. Layers of cream, beige and khaki evoke the subtlety of shifting dunes. Matte and honed finishes, rather than shine and glimmer, give the colors a soft, chalky spin.Barely-there blue is a close runner-up as an iconic coastal color, calling to mind the essence of ocean and sky. It’s a classic choice for bathroom tile and bedroom walls, but it can function as a neutral anywhere, especially when you keep it tone on tone. Something different: Does this mean you can’t have brights in a beachy interior? Nope. While a high-octane mix of persimmon, turquoise and lime might seem more like the Caribbean than the Eastern seaboard, you could certainly go in that direction if you don’t mind sacrificing the serene feel. Another strategy: Bring in varying shades of a single color, such as coral. Or add hints of classic nautical hues — navy and white, for example, looks as fresh as a sailor’s just-pressed uniform. The key is to stay consistent; too many color schemes in different rooms add up to too many personalities for a single house.

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

    When you have a view from a room, you have to make the most of it. A view can relax you and open your mind, even help you get outside and do something fun. I like the idea of bringing the outside in and using it as decoration. There's no need to add color or hang a painting here, the view is a true masterpiece.

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