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  • Allisa M

    *Serene Master Bedroom* Grey walls, white bedding with black and white accents create a serene master bedroom retreat in our Dream home. With a cushioned headboard, create the look of a 5-star hotel room. With a master bedroom like this, the Mr. & Mrs. will never want to vacation away from this serene space!

  • Studio 21 Upscale Resale

    All white bedding against dark walls (Idea for master bedroom)

  • Janis Craig

    black & white bedroom bedding headboard chandelier idea can change color theme

  • India Inc.

    Decorating white Black and White, accenting with gray walls and dropped molding highlighting a wall color border. tufted headboard.

  • Julian Stoltenberg

    Dark walls with white bed & #architecture interior design #interior house design #interior design office #interior ideas #hotel interior design|

  • Sherry Marsala

    Love the dark wall color with the fresh white tufted headboard.

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