Inspiring Ideas About Queen Platform Bed Designs

Queen platform bed indeed really unique and best in the class of bed kinds and styles, you will see how inspiring the designs are here. The design and shape of the queen bed is a determinant of the success of pen-bedroom’s decor. It can not be separated from the characteristics of the bed itself, which is the focal point of the room. There are so many kinds of beds to sleep. Some of them were equipped with a backrest in the form of ornately carved elaborate, and there are also carved clean lines and firm about platform designs are.

Beautiful queen platform bed with white bed linen

Beautiful queen platform bed with white bed linen

So, in this great occasion we are going to discuss and share about how really inspiring ideas about queen platform bed designs. Another model is the queen bed that accompanied the stand at its edge as a place to put a cell phone, music player or lights. Knowing what kind of beds that exist, will allow you to choose what kind of bed that suits your needs. Here are five more beds design. Platform Beds. Beds Platform Beds of queen has a simple shape and clean. These beds are often used in bedrooms minimalist style. The form is simple very charming when paired with accessories in the room. Characteristics, Simple and rectangular. Not equipped with the footboard (footrest). Some. the bed is also equipped with a drawer at the underbed. Modern and clean. These types of beds adorn many bedrooms in America. Introduced since the 19th century during the French Empire. His trademark is to have at the head of a high backrest and footrest lower.

wonderful queen metal platform bed with cushions and grey bed linen

wonderful queen metal platform bed with cushions and grey bed linen

awesome queen platform storage bed with white mattress and cushions

awesome queen platform storage bed with white mattress and cushions

Style bed Platform Beds queen similar panel without tall poles at the corners. This type of bed is not equipped with a footrest. High headrests make it a nice focal point in the bedroom. Shape similar to the poster bed canopy beds, but without the necessary netting. That’s all we can discuss and share about how really inspiring ideas about queen platform bed designs.

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102 thoughts on “Inspiring Ideas About Queen Platform Bed Designs”

  1. Emma Kaitlyn says:

    Quite lovely, all, and a visit to their location is certainly worth the click! Thanks Heather!

  2. Scott-Roger-Kane says:

    @cony G.C. You are just – white vinegar in the U.S. is likely equivalent to the alcohol vinegar you saw at Walmart. If alcohol vinegar is expensive where you live, I am distinct you could apple vinegar instead for most applications.Here in the US white (alcohol) vinegar is cheaper and so we it for cleaning instead of apple vinegar. I would avoid crimson wine vinegar for anything that could pick up stained.

  3. Antoine2010 says:

    I “bar carts” unnecessary. Simply the * in the cupboard along with the glasses.

  4. MauricioColten says:

    Three hot bears on a itsy-bitsy gray couch? Ooh, la, la call me Goldielocks! the house. adore the stairs. the art! and comfortable looking home!

  5. Madeline_Jennifer_Aiyana says:

    I suspect this is one of those things that photographs well but looks chintzy in person. I mean, if you are using this anything other than a dorm room or a stage set, then you should probably doing something more with metal plate material.

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  7. Hope says:

    I acquire a Miele pair W1113c washer, and contain no such problem.

  8. Evelyn Adelaide J. says:

    Check out your commute during commuting hours, to and fro. We now live come a neighborhood where the sheer volume of hobble hour traffic does not allow for a left hand turn and there are no plans to install a traffic light. Those folks never schedule anything in that direction depending upon the time of day.

  9. Adalynn Briar says:

    The wardrobe splitting the living room is a gleaming notion – but the wall tiles covering the is brilliant.Love those dining chairs too – resource please!

  10. Marc Jamarion Cason says:

    Looks a fun to hang out. I can the creativity in each individual space. No rules impartial living free style. Liking it!

  11. HayleePoppy says:

    My apartment (railroad; no windows in office or living room) suffers a similar problem. Semi-gloss white paint BLEW MY MIND, it reflects a lot of light on its own. Add to that mirrors (and even framed art) and you can design a amount of bouncing.

  12. Angelo Mekhi Dallas C. says:

    @magenta62 bear you ever concept of using a beverage dispenser for your liquid soap?

  13. Nicole.2013 says:

    The aspect about this place is that all tastes are accommodated – and for whether accomplished by a professional, an * or someone with fair a passing interest is what is showcased here. For sure, position is apt as difficult to furnish as really space.

  14. Daniel Z. says:

    As someone else pointed out, they fill a dishwasher and stove hood. There is no diagram that actually took only $17. I could the paint job took that if they had brushes lying around already and some extra wood.However, the idea of painting and adding(or taking away) cabinet doors is nice. I appreciate the creativity of this kitchen.My is the added cornice and molding for the cabinets. It gave a subtle splash of texture.

  15. NicolasBryantAhmed says:

    This was an ultimately contest with some curious results. I develop not envy the judges in having to acquire the finalists, each entry had its assets and creative input that is advantageous to see! Thanks to DWR!

  16. Makayla Elliot Antonella says:

    Well its 7:58pm on Sunday night and things enjoy not been as dismal as expected. I live smack dab in the middle of Houston in West University Rice University. When we went to bed on Friday night at 11pm we had and the wind was whipping around. No rain. At 2am the went off. By 2:30 we had evacuated to the master bedroom closet – lots of howling and banging from limbs but we never felt in for our lives. My child, two dogs and a nutty friend armed with pillows, blankets, a battery operated fan, flashlights, * and Corona and bottle opener. My husband stayed in bed snoring throughout the storm.Up at 7:30am stiff from the floor. fence down. We were so lucky. Fences and limbs down but extremely exiguous rain. No to the roof or structure.By 1pm on Saturday we were swimming with friends and eating popsicles while everything melted. And by 4pm Saturday we had power. Unfortunately was assist out by 4am Sunday.We had water and flushing toilets throughout this time thank goodness.I worked our company call tree today and logged in the position of 38 people on my project team. No injuries among the 38 families who live in various locations in this 75 square mile city. Most were without electricity. Some without water. Most with limbs down and/or trees down on their property. A couple with trees on their houses. Friend left who has attractive area and yacht in Kemah. Water came within 2 ft of entering her place but did not. Several friends and neighbors composed achieve not know the of their Galveston beach homes – does not good.We cooked, grilled, boiled water on a bbq grill to coffee when we had to, invited everyone we know to shower and sleep over in our a/c while we had it. This brings out the best in your fellow man and to a person everyone is relieved that we got by with what we did. It could been so grand worse. In the non-evacuate zones there was no flooding thank *. Neighbors are out helping neighbors.I am sitting here watching the local media begging basically for every interviewee to complain (residents/officials/etc.) It is sickening to watch. Personally I deem our local govt and the US govt has been great. While we were waiting for the hurricane to mae ground I watched Centerpoint Energy trucks lining up on our street in preparation for going out to repair.Wishing everyone well!!

  17. Arden.Esperanza says:

    @miyagisanConsider it done πŸ™‚ I was looking at them yesterday in a shop, they were overpriced, but that is definitely the model I was going for. Going to one online@ SagakaOrdering green beans and roasting them does seem enjoy alot of work, I will research it to glance if its worth the effort. The stove top * below looks a doable option, since were keeping everything on the stove these days πŸ™‚

  18. Allen Willie says:

    I suggest you install one or two glass shelves, crop to fit (perhaps beget a carpenter or consume a router to notch out the sides), and wine glasses and highball and water glasses on it. You peaceful believe the light, makes setting the table easy, frees up cabinet space, and makes it easy for guests to advantage themsevles. Plus its an excuse to lift all glasses that match.

  19. David-Kayden says:

    nice day. I bear that this is an appropriate area to post this question. I beget always rented directly from a management company, and never dealt with renting from an owner directly. I viewed a condo today that I found on craigslist. The pictures and description failed to deem that it is level-headed undergoing some renovation (attaching doors, painting). This touched my antenna, but I did the dwelling overall so inquired about application procedures etc. The owner had no type of paperwork enjoy a lease, (she she could it somewhere) but that in deny to come by the position I would to leave the first and security payments. I was not comfortable with that, I dont money should change hands even in check form, without receiving a lease or some sort of documentation about what I am providing payment for. So, the apartment will likely fade to someone else as she several other people were coming by that evening. Im wondering, was I right to feel or is this normal for ownder rentals? Thanks.

  20. Colton_Elmer says:

    …or, at night under the camouflage of darkness, you could gaze under a corner of the carpet and examine if you contain hardwood flooring underneath….

  21. Emily_Adaline says:

    For anyone that wanders by, I these as well, custom wood species and custom lengths:

  22. MaryAmanda says:

    the initiate kitchen thing, not inaugurate shelving, but commence kitchen, with lots of windows. but I you would need a broad kitchen with lots of lower shelving for that to work well. otherwise, you just no storage.

  23. Joy.Marjorie says:

    Hey thats my neighbors house (seriously!!). I contemplate this is large advice -so considerable pressure to overboard -sometimes the things are as important.

  24. Zackery_Asa_Menachem says:

    I honest spent 10 minutes surfing around trying to somewhere to Dululu products… anyone?

  25. Maxwell says:

    I am in school and a lot of the work is independently done with packets due at distinct intervals. I exercise similar techniques to meet those deadlines (and the party idea is fine because it sets an external deadline!). I will consider using any I am not currently using. Thanks!

  26. Rey_Irving says:

    @kuhnsterthots Treble? Triple? on wishing to know where the bed frame is from. I bear a similar one that needs replacing. Thanks!

  27. Virginia Greta says:

    I really words about the “magical process” Looked at your blog too and your family portrait work is really great!

  28. Clayton 99 says:

    @emilyryz Anything but gas heat, I was talking to my friends about this actually. They are all of “fire in the wall”.Forced hot air is mountainous too!

  29. Stanley says:

    FYI- the hooks Maxwell uses absorb been discontinued by the manufacturer.Thanks bellebottomblues for a replacement suggestion.

  30. Boston 66 says:

    I was wondering were you your laptop inside when you lock it up and it be protected?

  31. Aaliyah Adriana Tatum L. says:

    If you his prints, advance by Post 27 on December 2, 2010. We are having an art exhibit with his newest collection!

  32. Sariah says:

    Dulcibella,My comment was not snotty; I was merely pointing out that this post was lacking a option. Furthermore, your post was not yet posted when I was typing mine so there was no I could read it beforehand. The only other post I saw was the initial one from wally3. Geez; aid off!

  33. Willow says:

    that baby is a plycraft lounge chair- I contain one in my living room πŸ™‚

  34. Nathanael.Romeo.Bruno says:

    @eracska Oh, I am sorry to hear about your last guest. They seem a sorry friend for company. I hear it is more difficult to friends in Europe than the US. I hope that you and your husband friends that want to to know you and your company.

  35. AzaleaJayden says:

    I vote for a redish orange color or the tiffany blue. IT would glance in difference with the grey wall you acquire on that pic and the other furniture. It also contrasts well the blues and greens you mentioned, forming a harmony that not many can imagine.

  36. Madeline-Keyla says:

    Painted white, with a chocolate brown wash over to bring out detail. Or you could totally postmodern and paint it orange.

  37. Javion_Darnell_Ralph says:

    Has anyone ever installed this over carpet with padding underneath?I the allure flooring installed in the first legend of my area now, but am enthralling from my to a carpeted apartment soon and wondered if this would work, or if it would feel too “spongy” when walking on it if installed over carpet.

  38. Aniya says:

    yeah i vote for 2 categories as well!its to a completely remodeled apartment in with a DIY apartment…

  39. Gavin.Kadin.Augustus says:

    Daniel at Manhattan Nest has a big DIY for covering over cabinet door detailing:

  40. Ibrahim-Alexandro says:

    @lol-fi my friends uncle got an 9 month mature Kia by some time working online with a lap-top… …………see more on ——–>>

  41. Scarlett Clara Reina P. says:

    I know they must be well-made and all, but they gaze cheap tin serving-trays to me. I can probably collect a bunch of look-alike trays in grocery stores of suburban areas of China.

  42. Aileen Zendaya M. says:

    That room looks considerate of a nightmare…I assume the fabric reply is best and could be really fun and interesting. I beget always tossed around the of creating a really cozy Moroccan den of sorts to sleep in. There can be a line between cozy and claustrophobic, depending on the person, but if done proper it could be great. Plus…it would really be hard to succeed in making it worse.

  43. Sophie H. says:

    We ended up buying a crib that converts from/to a bassinet. My husband was against a co-sleeper , so the bassinet was a compromise…and we will probably be ready to switch out of the crib before we need the bassinet again.

  44. Terrell.Adrien says:

    Also if you gather overwhelmed in the process..Try to declutter the desk first. fair everything off the desk, dump them in the box for a temporary solution.

  45. Ruben1978 says:

    @JanelleRu Thanks so much!! The scarves on the door are on an over the door towel rack, I I purchased at Bed Bath & Beyond. I impartial loop them over the bar and tuck the ends into the loop. The bedside table was a and Urban Outfitters and the itsy-bitsy shelf is IKEA. The wood allotment we faded actually came from a different bakers rack we broken-down for storage in the closet, but the came from pics I saw of cutting boards, so really its up to you! So many possibilities, you might even already contain something that will work! luck with your apartment! Hope this helps you with some ideas of your own! So to hear your enjoyed the pics of our place!

  46. Lance@2017 says:

    Yay MN! I loved this one. We a lot of elements between our homes, and you also a lot of things on my wish list (like your Room & Board couches — lovely). My dining room table, also a refinish job, looks extremely similar to yours. Does it inaugurate up and additional leaves inside the table?Thanks for sharing!

  47. Devin.Trevor says:

    hello All!My husband and I designed the bathroom in the pic. We posted all the information on materials conventional at:

  48. Nathan Oscar Brenton says:

    @themobilemind adore VINTAGE glimpse & VINTAGE APPLIANCES…SMEG & CHILL ROCK.

  49. Chance-Ezra-Zaire says:

    is it harmful to laugh? lol i cannot even imagine using these on chairs.. even if i had wood floors.. although this would solve the scratching problems.. smh

  50. Dominic-Miguel-Brent says:

    HAHAH I cant the pistol has gotten so grand attention! Its actually a Glock, an official police hang gun. The pillows are from Z gallery. Im not if they mild sell them anymore. Thanks for all the comments!

  51. Amaya Maci says:

    Eclectic, whimsical, in a way, cozy despite the spaciousness. the art on practically every wall and I laughed when I saw the mounted Elmo head. A cute with a sense of humor. The vibe is a contented family home.

  52. Luna-Pearl-Abril says:

    Turquoise, I went to a newsstand during lunch to check out the Los Angeles Confidential spread you mentioned. affection it. extremely So-Cal and screams LA style–which makes sense since the is owned by John Eshaya (of JET t-shirts, a Fred Segal staple). The honest balance of old-school “good taste”, L.A. flash, kitsch, pop and off-the-charts color choices. (I found myself drooling at the Queen Anne sidechair with the Knoll/Stephen Sprouse camo-graffiti fabric: my dream chair for the past 2 years.) V.v. envious of the house and pool.

  53. Kaylani A. says:

    I arrange my books by color (and I acquire read all of them), I arrange my candy by color (and I will eat and adore every piece), I arrange my shoes by color (etc) and I arrange my art supplies by color. I esteem color and the spectrum and its how I remember things. Plus the books I have…some are hard to categorize and can fit into two or more categories (religion and feminism and philosophy!). So for all you out there that its moronic, perhaps maybe I read more books than you and retained more because I obviously no compartmentalizing things the diagram that is more efficient for me.There is a disagreement between purchasing books FOR their color to arrange (and probably never reading or caring about their contents) and with having many well loved books that you arrange by color! difference.

  54. Jaelynn-99 says:

    meander to the suburbs if you want a washer and dryer in your apartment. this is the stupidest I fill ever seen on this site.

  55. Roy_Amarion_Kenyon says:

    Dan, you mentioned you are looking for the pulls for the bedroom dresser. does that mean you purchased the ones shown? because I adore them and want to know where they came from>?

  56. Michelle Selah Julieta says:

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  57. Sadie Nevaeh Mariah says:

    @Sally Ridge Illustration Wallpapering is always where we drag pro! When dealing with intricate patterns, we wanted to do we got it right!

  58. Alberto Jovanni P. says:

    What about a plant? My parents a no-fuss, heart-leaf philodendron on top of their refrigerator and it brings a lot of needed life to their space.

  59. Vera Madilynn Amirah says:

    I may invoke controversy here, but I would it all and work the “50s camping cabin” aspect of the room. It is correct so cozy. Not every room has to be light and airy. I would to contain a site this to curl up with a pleasurable book on a stormy night.

  60. Amanda.Julieta says:

    Birdie: The link above should you straight to the yellow one, the others (if level-headed available) can be found by clicking on apartment, sale and then under $9.99

  61. Kaden1981 says:

    @maifuj Check this rug out

  62. Daniel-Stephen-Reuben says:

    Wintery oil blends in a diffuser or unscented candles. Yummy stuff on Etsy.

  63. Damion-Mathias says:

    Well, I had both in the past year and I positives and negatives for each. We originally painted our bedroom a dark terracotta – similar to the Pantone color of the year last year. The best thing about the saturated color was it kept our room dark at night. However, it never looked with our furniture and art. We decided to travel white and added moldings for interest. It definitely feels more peaceful and serene, but we had to blackout shades in our windows because it was so light at night!

  64. Rolando_Brooks_Elmer says:

    A beautiful, detached and haven.Congradulations on your bundle of joy. I hope she has many sweet times and long naps in her glorious room.Ignore any gross comments – some people acquire no class !

  65. Braydon says:

    @Goneril – absolutely right. Also, I bear to say I actually preferred the “before” photo — the empty room was more to gape at than all this stuff they tossed in there.

  66. Ahmad.ZZZ says:

    @lucyjupiter THANK YOU. I been hanging on to lights because I to characterize them in a landfill. πŸ™‚

  67. Davian-Kamari says:

    Seriously, achieve they work at West Elm or something? I mean, I adore WE and a lot of stuff from there, but not EVERYTHING. You to mix it up or up looking devour you live in a catalog.

  68. Jalen-Abel-Jeramiah says:

    This is shockingly beautiful. I would be on that balcony all the time.A to all regarding recycling pallets: Some pallets are chemically treated and some are heat treated to the insects in the wood. Please only heat treated pallets for recycling. The chemically treated pallets are not for sitting on or using for furniture/home items. You not want to exhibit yourself to pesticides. There are codes on the wood that exhibit how the insects in the wood were killed, through heat or chemicals. You can up online how to command the difference.

  69. Hector Jermaine says:

    does anyone bear any recommendations for towels? what brands are good? I bought some nate berkus at target and sadly they are already being thrown out less than a year later

  70. Remi Kallie P. says:

    It might just be me, but my celebrated of the entire set was the wallpaper on top of the kitchen cabinets, * is in the details.

  71. Noelle says:

    I bewitch up a few boxes of Kleenex Expressions each month at Target. Some of the designs are better than others. Here they are on

  72. Lilith says:

    I of doing the same thing with a Pier One headboard I have. The top has a curve, but not exactly the shape I want. So I of building up the curve by using either foam chop into the shape I want, or layers of currogated cardboard glued together. This could be on top of your frame. You might want to consume off the top board because it looks be pleased they stick out a bit. Then do foam all over everything, and your upholstery on! You might want to upholstering it in muslin then putting a slipcover on it for washability. And the comment on making clear there is enough room for the mattress after the upholstery is added is a thought. apt luck!

  73. Oswaldo.Antony.Fisher says:

    To provide modern some abet on the problems with this product: our countertops are 10 years frail and we enjoy be glum since year 1 with them. We had one replaced 3 years ago and, guess what, same problems again, even after following ALL instructions. finish not this product, EVER.

  74. Cody-Easton-Rory says:

    this is not exactly hiring paparazzi, but nonetheless, it is photography of an clarify proposal.enjoy! (i did)

  75. Savannah.Vanessa.Kylee says:

    i would definitely center a sofa under the window; then plot 2 comfortable accent chairs either: on the moral of the sofa with a bench or pair of ottomans antonym or one chair on either side of the sofa-hard to say depending on the size of room and furniture you choose. then i would 2 limited square tables and the tv on the wall opposite. finally, a bench or dresser with a mirror in the entry.

  76. Daniel Colby Ralph says:

    Tupperware has labels to avoid your alleged dilemma.That aside, the containers are

  77. AdelynnSkylerBelen says:

    Too many gimmicks, too design. They spent more time having the contestants lift the 11th candidate than showing the final rooms. Taxidermy, animal skins on the floor, curtains to separate the beds – all extremely 2008. Liked the dining room, though.

  78. Lance Abel says:

    I your fig forest. Does it build figs? We a fig tree in our community garden. It gets little green hard figs which never ripen. Any advice. We bundle it up in burlap to withstand the winter cold.

  79. DamonJamal says:

    Matilda, I agree that sisal in the kitchen would be extremely tricky — anything sticky (honey, sesame oil, etc) could be a huge if dribbled on floor. I understand being drawn to the ogle though. Perhaps you might try an intermediate step, before making the commitment of pulling up tiles and laying down sisal. Per an earlier thread, FLOR has a sisal option (

  80. Angelina_Myah_Emerie says:

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  81. Roderick Soren E. says:

    That leather stuff reminds me of a catalogue I got from Crate and Barrel once.

  82. Macy G. says:

    I live in an old-ish apartment building, built shortly after World War 2. The areas are basic, but the management keeps them painted with carpet with no signs of wear. They vacuum regularly and spray down the hallways with Febreeze. I absolutely no complaints.

  83. Edward Winston Chaim says:

    Card stock, illustration or foam boards are definitely the to go. That guarantees a surface for the photos on walls that may lots of imperfections.As for adhesives, 3M Heavy Duty clear mounting tape is all I exhaust now. It leaves absolutely no residue and is strong. You can mount a 20×30 of illustration board with about an of tape into four pieces.

  84. Orlando.Dane says:

    Even the knives become art against the chalkboard wall!

  85. Adam Andy Tommy says:

    @Tess of Myrna May I work for a locally owned and operated business that sells alternative * and skin care products in Lexington, KY. Quite different from being a lawyer, for sure!

  86. Dario says:

    Symbollalala- Each time my husband and I believe de-cased another round of movies, I listed the cases on Craigslist. Within 2 hours I absorb had takers on them each time! Also, check with your local library, often times people lose the case to one they rented and they contain needed them a few times as well!–Sarahrae

  87. Trevor 1996 says:

    I a white cat that leaves a carpet of fur when she leaves the couch- The vacuum has gone on strike as far as picking it up, and these things did the job right! I definitely reccommend, and will bear to try washing them πŸ™‚

  88. Aryan.Soren says:

    I from experience when I say that feeding squirrels means they are also feeding, and causing a population explosion, of rats and mice. (And the rats no care about chili pepper at all..)See what your city Animal Care and Control Dept. has to say and be prepared to command to your neighbor. Also check for any natural deterrents that might them away – and metal mesh over the containers preventing access will help.

  89. Gianni says:

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  90. Kora says:

    I am a gigantic fan of all things animal print but I for me, this proves that it is best in doses. with clothing it is a estimable accessory, but too considerable kills it for me. *I create to say that I care for the comment “leopard is my common neutral” awesome!

  91. Will_Braiden_Alexandro says:

    Would to gaze photos of the kitchen!! Does Apartment Therapy limit the number of photos that you can upload?? Since it seems most entries only 5 pics…. wondering…..btw, space! Comfy, light, organized and COZY!!! πŸ™‚

  92. Jamison_Mohammad says:

    I made many messes….I one of the hardest to elegant was when I was carrying a plate with spaghetti to the living room (yes eating in front of the and spilled spaghetti sauce on the creme carpet. That was downhearted to try to clean. First getting the excess up then blotting, using various cleaners and peaceful it never completely came out. That was one of many….I seem to also spill alot of my “craft” supplies glitter on the floor too…lol

  93. Carl-Damari says:

    I found the bed frame:

  94. Marley-Antonella says:

    flat! i would paint walls/ceiling/ white, floor boards dusky and i would fill only dark and white furniture! the blue in the kitchen is ez to go!

  95. Caden Roman Jovanny says:

    Oops, on re-reading my comment it is unclear: I mean it would be dangerous if the pillow were UNDER the carseat strap but on top seems delight in a non-issue.

  96. Skyler.Izaiah.Stanley says:

    I had to laugh…I took a personal day from school today…just to house. Had the house to myself, and feel I now control over ONE aspect of my life!

  97. Travis Weston Reese T. says:

    I would for that astonishing layout. And the color palette is fabulous. I appreciate how relaxing the vibe is. home on.

  98. AlexisJax says:

    @newsreader – For a augury comparison, I had another poster framed much more cheaply because I chose a thinner and inexpensive frame (but it was dependable wood) and a sheet of acrylic that I bought from the hardware store. The framer it for me and charged about $140 for the entire job.

  99. Khloe Adalyn Elise says:

    the table in the top pic is similar to a silver and marble topped table i got from the company store.

  100. Charles.Carter.Quinten says:

    post! I am focusing on our second bedroom, which acts as an office, yoga practice room, litter box room (bleah), laundry rack room, and extra storage space. We purchased novel curtains awhile ago from West Elm, which I to install as a fragment of this process, and there is no art on the walls! I would be happier in this room if it was more together and a calmer space.

  101. Devin-1993 says:

    If expansive dad is ready to another one and sell it please contact datachek@aol.comIt is an awesome piece.

  102. Anne says:

    I meant in “their” living room… most definitely not in MINE!

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