Indochina Bedroom

The Double Take team takes on the challenge of duplicating an Asian-inspired designer bedroom.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe style of the room is eclectic — an elegant blend of French and Asian antiques done with a soft romantic touch. Designer Robert Federighi mixed two cultural styles that work very well together.
Homeowner Sun Ow's bedroom doesn't have much style. It's not the peaceful, soothing retreat she yearns for. She wants the room to have more of an Asian influence to match her heritage. She has found an Asian and French Colonial-inspired design that is just her style, but not in her price range — it costs more than $55,000.

The scale and lines of French and Far East furnishings are often similar, and the details in the marquetry, inlays and carvings frequently match. The room incorporates some high-end lavish elements. The original antique pieces cost nearly $20,000, and the high-grade silk bedding more than $9,000.

The Double Take team — makeover designer Michele Addey, budget shopper Halili Knox, and carpenter Jamie Schmitt — pool their creative resources to replicate this Colonial Eurasian design for less than $2,400.

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