Green Bedroom Makeover
Painting bands of green in a bedroom creates a soothing retreat.
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Removing the dresser mirror opens the room up and makes way for large silk floral arrangements. Fun pillows lend color and comfort to the window seat, which now stands out as a built-in element.
paint: Electric Slide #404, Wasabi #572, Huntington Green #406, Herb Garden #434) (Benjamin Moore)
three-drawer cube cutout dresser (Chocolate/Item# 25-4870408) (West Elm)
polished metal pendant lamps (Artecnica Garland Lights) (Brass/Item# F 8403 BR PL) (Artecnica Inc.)
crystal and glass beaded chandelier (Item# 000749322), zebra-stripe carpet (Exotics Collection: Mystical Zebra by Karastan) (ABC Carpet & Home)
large lacquer nesting cube (Green Apple) (Jonathan Adler)
fabric-covered headboard (Odnes Bedframe) (IKEA)
Swell bedside table lamp (Item# 425420) (Umbra)
black and white painting (Samba artwork SKU #199-0237) (Chiasso)
clear Lucite end table (12B: Waterfall Table) (PlexiCraft)
large white mirror (DOM USA Incorporated)
silk, Ultra suede and wool throw pillows (Butter & Eggs)
hand-embroidered throw pillows (Procession pillows (Spring Green); Fall 2004 pillow (Asparagus)) (Judy Ross Textiles)
A bedroom is turned into a modern space with inspiration from another designer room.
See this bland room be transformed into a romantic getaway for a fraction of the cost of the inspiration room.
Host Joan Steffend and designer Ann Sundet create a clean and modern master bedroom for less than $500.