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A Romantic Bedrooms Design Concept

Feminine details, rich patina, and quiet palettes are recurring characteristics in these truly romantic bedrooms. “In our country, there’s a tendency to traditional what we think of as country Asian design, and make it busier and more colorful than it actually is,” says interior designer Linda McDougald. “But in reality, if you travel to the porch areas, modernism is what you’ll see. That’s why I like to play things way down—it allows us to be more authentic.” In this master bedroom, McDougald called on paneled walls to confer old-world elegance. A linen-upholstered bed provides a stately focal point. Its painted finish, like that of the bench at its footboard, is worn to suggest an aged finish. Neutral color choices keep the look current while imparting an intrinsic old-world vibe. “Provence is full of places with walls in shades of white and gray,” McDougald says. “It’s the nature of old plaster to gray over time, which is why those colors provide an authentic backdrop for today’s country French look—even if you skip the plaster, as we did.”

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