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Love everything about this bedroom. It's like stepping back in time to when things were more elegant & sophisticated.

Shutters as HeadBoards... cute - gray paint color is great with the ivory...

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Imagine how much company you would have if your guest bedroom looked like this? LOL!! I would visit any time.

walls and floors. i clearly migrate to the same color palette

Outfitted with twin beds, lamps, side tables, and folding benches, this guest bedroom uses traditional blues and whites to create a soothing coastal space. Chocolate brown cane-and-rattan headboards add a graphic, tropical touch. (Photo: J. Savage Gibson)

Amelia Handegan dressed a pair of 1830 American canopy beds in custom coverlets. Canopy frames are left bare to accentuate their sculptural forms. (Photo: Photo: Pieter Estersohn; Designer: Amelia Handegan)

Bedroom - The clean neutral palette of the walls and the furniture brings out the lively earth tones of the the bedding and the flowers. What a serene space to wake up feeling refreshed and at peace. The owl by the nightstand, the bow-tie curtains, and the crystal table lamp are the extra special touches that make this space one of a kind.

I like this - but is this supposed to be a guest room? How often do you need twin beds for guests? Unless you have enough guest rooms, twin beds are impractical. Pretty but impractical.

  • Aje Senz

    It's too pretty for guest bedrooms, it's just for ghost!

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