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    This past fall was super busy around The Studio. I have had a handful of projects hit the finish line, and that means photo shoot time!  Most of them are in the final stages of editing and I can’t wait to share and add them to my portfolio!  Today I thought I would share a few pics from a master bedroom on one of the projects.  This room screams “man cave” and I am obsessed with the custom black walnut headboard!  Soaring ceilings with wood beams, stone for days, plaster walls and tons of great texture make this master the perfect get away for my bachelor client!

    With a few pieces of fabulous art, we were able to bring in color, movement and texture that bring that extra something to the room. Since my client’s favorite color is red, we used touches of the color with the art and accent pillows. I didn’t want the red to take over so used modern fabrics like the red croc pattern on the king shams and for the bench at the end of the bed.  And what bed doesn’t look perfect with a luxurious fluffy throw blanket? I LOVE this Bella Throw from Peacock Alley, it keeps the room on the masculine side while still adding a soft touch!  And while we are talking soft and fluffy…how about that gorgeous Alpaca Rug from The Rug Company?  My client loved it so much, we used it in the bar area and in another bedroom!

     

     

     

     

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    6 Comments

    1. i LOVE that headboard!

    2. Amazing headboard!! So different and unique. Love the accent of color and textiles. Great job!

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      Melanie Johnson

      Lookin’ good!!

    4. Love the headboard and even though I am not a big fan of red, it looks really good in this room (just the right amount)!

    5. Oh wow!

      This is a great space!

      That headboard is everything.

      Mr. Goodwill Hunting

    6. Hi Rashon!
      Thanks!! I’m a sucker for a fabulous headboard!
      Abbe

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