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7 file(s) - Uploaded by: Marty&Kris
Created: Aug 16, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 174
This bedding is on the masculine side and came from Bed, Bath & Beyond costing under $150. I added a DKNY white sequin pillow and Pelliccia pillow from Crate & Barrel to give it a more upscale look and reflect the ceiling light creating a pretty glow. The pillows also balance the masculine bedding making it gender neutral. I used the additional pillows that came with the bedding for the window seat for a more cohesive look. The art gives the room a little color and ties in with the window treatments. I got the shag scroll rug (8x10) from OverStock.com and it only cost $300! This is definitely a bedroom on a budget!
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: dreamncolor
Created: Nov 27, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 124
My retreat. This room was done on a 600.00 budget. Still not complete but thought I would share. Myhusband and I constructed the headboard. The material is a shower curtain from TJ Maxx. The bult-in is 2 kitchen cabinets and my daughters old dresser and my husband built around it with ply board. I'm still trying to decide what style molding to use. The window seat area is a flat sheet that I ironed in the pleats and sewed on the buttons. The ottoman not finished but that also is a sheet and a pillow case. Hope you enjoy! Since the demand for info on the paint color is so high I thought I would post it. It is Spanish Olive by Valspar and the brown is Chocolate Truffle.
16 file(s) - Uploaded by: MyFirstDesignP...
Created: Aug 15, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 2,270
Some people have asked "How did you get the lighting under the bed?" The lighting is both inexpensive and easy to install. I secured rope lighting inside the bed frame using plastic clips that have an adhesive backing. ...costs about $10 and can be found at most hardware stores. The rope lighting is plugged into an outlet that is connected to a dimmer light switch and can adjusted by a remote control devise.Thanks for all your wonderful comments and encouraging 5-star ratings!