Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 00:06:19 AM. Bedroom. By Jason Romane.
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Light-drenched window nooks, exposed timber beams, and mountain cabin-inspired furniture make this master bedroom a retreat unto itself. Antique prints of regional wildlife, along with floral-themed drapery, also reference the home’s forested location.Light-drenched window nooks, exposed timber beams, and mountain cabin-inspired furniture make Cow Rock Cottage’s master bedroom a retreat unto itself. Antique prints of regional wildlife, along with floral-themed drapes, also reference the home’s forested location.
Painted walls are a practical choice at this stage of the game. Paint has a fresh contemporary feeling, and, better yet, it's the least expensive, fastest way to make a big change in a room. You'll want to tell your child that paint looks a lot darker and more vivid on four walls than in a tiny paint chip and that professional designers usually advocate choosing a color two or three steps lighter than the color you like best on the paint chip. That said, buy the smallest container you can of several colors in the running, and have your child paint an area about three feet square on one wall with each of the colors. Let your child choose the hue that looks best. (One big exception to starting with the paint color is if your child has already picked out a fabric. Then, you'll probably want to suggest paint to coordinate with the lightest color in the fabric.)
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