These designers work together to create a neo-classical design in this bedroom for a fraction of the cost of the inspiration room.
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Makeover Room After
The Bottom Line
To see where the savings are, take a look at this direct comparison of some Inspiration Room items and the creatively comparable ones used in the Makeover Room:
Woven Thai silk bedding, $14,620 / Soft gold damask comforter set, $665
Solid walnut table with brass gallery detail, 18th-century hand-colored French engraving, handmade Chinese cloisonné urn lamp, antique bronze canon, antique books, antique Chinese orchid container, $47,000 / Oak game table, French reproduction piece, Chinese cloisonné style lamp, a dark wood box, antique books and a brass pot orchid, $375
Reproduction Regency style table, 18th-century hand-colored French engravings, handmade Chinese cloisonné urn lamp, antique cloisonné and gilt bronze altar ornaments, $43,000 / Modest table accented with gold painted gingerbread pieces, French reproduction prints, Chinese cloisonné style lamp, a Chinese statue and a turquoise Indonesian vase, $430
Hand-carved walnut fauteuil (open arm) chair with linen cotton damask, $4,600 / Dark carved wood chair with upholstered seat, $175
Chinese cloisonne-style lamps, comforter set (Bed in a Bag) - Marshalls
pleated lampshades, rectangular mirror, wrought-iron chandelier - Lamps Plus
dark wood trunk-style box - Ross
wall corbels - Burlington Coat Factory
gold frames, finials - Michaels
Chinese man statue, Indonesian vase - Cost Plus
matchstick blinds, brass orchid pot - Home Depot
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