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Beaulieu House by the SeaCountry Bedroom, Wiltshire

Design ideas for a large country master bedroom in Wiltshire with white walls, carpet and no fireplace. —  Houzz
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gailgittingsgailgittings wrote:22 March 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    laura_wheat
    Laura Wheat added this to 5 Style Shortcuts to Get the Shabby Chic Look27 March 2016

    …or stick to soft whiteFeel free to overdose on white, as seen here, as long as your scheme includes an interesting mix of textures to provide depth and softness. Layer white and ecru linens with touches of pattern (florals and gingham) for interest, along with natural and painted wood furniture.Slip-cover sofas are another staple of this style, and their washable quality makes a pale sofa a more realistic option for most.

    joannasimmons
    Jo Simmons added this to 10 of the Most Beautiful White Bedrooms26 October 2015

    Channel country styleWhite doesn’t need to look starkly pared-back or crisply Scandi. It can, instead, feature all the layering and comfort of country style. Choose furniture in bleached wood and team it with a luxurious bed, layered with cushions and pillows in pure and off-white tones.

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    willowgreyinteriors
    Willow Grey Interiors added this to Lois27 April 2022

    A sea of white, sofa seems messy and don’t like the lack of structure

    debbie_gowthorp
    Debbie Gowthorp added this to Master Suite20 November 2021

    Adore the lounge at end of bed.

    lizziemarie777
    lizziemarie777 added this to Bedroom13 March 2021

    Couch at end of bed looks kinda funny

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