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  • Lissee Interiors

    Master Bedroom - Leather tufted headboard & Ikat arm chair with shades of blue accents. Charming and well conceived. (repinned from Quadrille)

  • Xista Garcilazo

    color scheme inspiration for TH, James Andrew: The bed is dressed with a indigo-and-white coverlet from John Robshaw and an ikat pillow from Madeline Weinrib. The Bergère chair from Malmaison Antiques is covered in an ikat pattern fabric from Alan Campbell.

  • Holly Tillott

    Bedroom - Congac leather headboard/ Ikat bedside chair/ blue/ brown

  • Margaret Fedder

    Madeline Weinrib Brown Collins Ikat Pillow in bedroom designed by Dean Farris. Color scheme

  • Christine Salomonsson

    Love this color combo, the blue pattern goes great with the brown leather!

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