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  • Jessica Bayles

    Guest Bedroom - great idea for what we can do with our basket

  • Ondrea Harrison

    I like the door headboard and the white walls and painted ceiling... think I might go white in my room?

  • Genevieve Torres

    I love this idea. Color on the ceiling and white walls

  • Kathy Nelson

    Idea for MY room :) Fun green bedroom with green walls paint color, green linen valance with white Greek key pattern ribbon trim, green roman shade, green ceiling, wood door used as headboard, green Double Happiness Long Bench, olive green lamps, white & green paisley duvet & shams, green bed skirt, white x-base nightstands and Tobacco Basket.

  • Carol Walker Kopke

    Paint by Sherwin Williams (note tobacco basket over bed, painted ceiling, painted alter table at foot of bed, paint colors) I really like painted ceilings and neutral walls

  • Kelli Duhaney

    Spaces Old Door Headboard Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2

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