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Cosy Neutral Principal Bedroom

Consider floor lamps to save space on a nightstand.

Vaulted ceilings bring a spacious feel to the principal bedroom in the 2012 Princess Margaret Showhome, while the slanted walls ensure it’s cosy. Wicker stools used as nightstands, floor lamps on either side of the bed and a striped rug placed on an angle break away from the traditional bedroom setup for a fresh look.

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  • Photographer: Michael Graydon
  • Source: House & Home October 2012 issue
  • Products: Ralph Lauren bed, Ralph Lauren drum stools (as nightstands), artwork (over bed), Elizabeth Interiors; mattresses, Marshall Mattress; throw, Putti Fine Furnishings; floor lamps, wicker stools (at end of bed), Pottery Barn; area rug, Elte; duvet, pillowcases, bedding, throw pillows, Restoration Hardware and Hollace Cluny and Home Outfitters, Ikea and The Bay; throw, Boo Boo & Lefty; drape fabric, Kravet Canada (to the trade); drape sewing, Q Design; drape hardware, Dynamic Iron; desk, 1212 Décor; woven chair, Elte; table lamp (on desk), HomeSense; dresser, lamp (on dresser), floor mirror, West Elm; bone box, Indigo and Chapters; artwork by Ann Shier (over dresser), In2art Gallery; TV, LG; speakers, Sonos; wall colour, French Macaroon (CSP-335), Benjamin Moore.
  • Designer: Interior design, LR Design Studio; architectural design, Ray Murakami, principal Murakami Design; construction, PCM Project & Construction Management.

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