Traditionally Romantic Bedroom

Orlando and Misty Megia are newlyweds, but when his furniture met hers, the bedroom battle began. With the addition of furniture and special feminine and masculine touches, this bachelor pad becomes their love nest.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionTo balance the room with warmth and tonal darkness, interior designer Chayse Dacoda paints one wall blue and the other three a light cream.
Traditional furniture uniforms the space, where the scale is dark and masculine and the clean lines and simple details compliment the feminine touches in the room. Custom his and her lamps are a unique addition to the space. Stain grade plywood and piano hinges are used to create the lamps that can open to a dark masculine wood or close to display a feminine floral design. Black spray paint gives the old chandelier a masculine look, while burgundy wheat is used on the lampshades for a romantic touch.
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