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See Lynda Reeves create an artist-studio inspired bedroom and seating area in the Elte showroom in Toronto. Learn why she picked the pieces she did, and how using a mix of different periods and materials — from reclaimed wood to recycled iron — conveys personality.

Image (video): 
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http://houseandhome.com/files/video/tv/s04/e203/ELTE-LYNDA-ROOM.mp4
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http://houseandhome.com/files/video/tv/s04/e203/ELTE-LYNDA-ROOM-mobile.mp4
Information: 

Paxton reclaimed Douglas-fir queen bed, $2,595.
Akron reclaimed-wood and cast-iron double shelving unit, $3,995.
Hannah lacquered-finish screen, $1,875.
Burleigh 30" round mirror, $475.
Rosy end table, $695.
RLH drab-coloured pine table, $1,995.
Convex accent table, $685.
New Safari Camp Chair by Ralph Lauren in leather with wrought-iron frame, $4,395.
Judy lounge chair with exposed wood frame in white, $2,055.
Cassia chair (black and copper), $495.
Country Industrial floor light, $2,855.
Second Life handwoven overdyed 100% wool area rug, $2,575.
Gilded flower artwork made from hand-hammered copper, brass and steel in a Lucite frame, $1,195 each.
Freedom horse print, $475.
Valerie Davide dog prints (on top of shelving unit), $595 each.
John Robshaw Celi duvet cover in taupe, $405.
Bella Notte ebony linen Euro sham, $175.
Hobart bench, $855.
Riley floor mirror, $595.

All products, Elte.

Duration: 
7:01
Credits: 

Executive Producer

Lynda Reeves

Director Online TV Production

Sheri Graham Delagran

Director of Photography

Jason Stickley

Segment Producer

Ryan Louis

Editors

Patrick Malone

Erin Gulas

Digital Director

Michael Zimmermann

Online Designers

Julie Aubie

Thanks to

Jenna Cadieux and Reiko Caron

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