Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWindBeach Style Bedroom, Boston
A Murphy bed in the guest bedroom is built into the wall and is flanked by book shelves.
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It's easy to get this look even if you can't sew. Get your local fabric shop to cut muslin or voile into the lengths you need. Add an extra half meter on the length so that it puddles on the floor. Clip some curtain rings onto the top of your fabric lengths at regular intervals and attach them to your curtain rod — or maybe use an old oar as a rod instead.
For some people, this space is beach interior at its finest. A simple, noncluttered space that is dripping in white, this comfy bed and breezy curtains evoke sleepy late afternoons after a day of fun in the sun.
Style Secret: Crisp, Clean FabricsIn coastal interiors, fabrics are simple, unassuming and put-your-feet-up comfy. Think linen slipcovers, cotton rugs, and muslin curtain panels or floaty sheers that billow in the breeze. You can’t go wrong with pure white, but washed-out pastels or tailored stripes fit with the look as well. Something different: The market is loaded with shell- and nautical-print fabrics — many of them tasteful and chic — so go ahead and give in to temptation. But don’t layer them to the point of kitsch. Keep these patterns minimal: a pair of throw pillows, perhaps, or a single side chair. (The same goes for wallpaper, incidentally.)Work with an interior designer to create a coastal inspired home
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