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What color to go with!
Lucille Cianciaruso
February 10, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I need an area rug for my bedroom, spread is burgundy with gold
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Lucille Cianciaruso
The bedspread is croscill townhouse
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njmomma
rugs;
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If the spread is burgundy, then there is a serious problem with the white balance in this photo... Hard to suggest anything is the color is off.
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Jean Tuck
Paint walls darkest color in spread, add some beige throw cushions to bed with beige drapes floor to ceiling. And patterned rug at foot of bed.
It looks like you have a silver trimmed mirror, that I would paint out , yes I would to be same shade of brown as the dressers.This would be easy change if you decided to update as it is all cosmetic changes.
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njmomma
pic.
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bollmansct
OK - I actually googled croscill townhouse and it seems it has a muted green color as well as burgundy and gold. What is the wall color? Is it also a shade of green? I think I would look at a sisal rug ... some have a nice rich golden tone and would look great against your wood floors. Here is a pic I found of your fabric which shows a deep rich gold stripe that I think you can highlight with sisal rug. You could potentially add a border in burgundy if you can match it. Otherwise, a simple binding is the way to go.
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bollmansct
sorry in the pics above the gold tones don't blend well. But take your fabric to the store....there are many, many shades of sisal to choose from.
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Lucille Cianciaruso
Thanks to everyone, I am planning to paint the room also, right now it is all white..I wasn't sure whether to go with a solid color rug or a printed one.....I plan on painting the wall behind the bed either burgundy or blonde..what do you think?
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Lucille Cianciaruso
Thanks, I just ordered a few samples of sisal colors...
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bollmansct
Since your floor and furnishings are dark wood, I would be careful about going too dark on the walls. Rich burgundy walls are beautiful but I think would be too much in this space. I would pull out some of the neutral tones in your fabric and simply let that contrast with your white trim. Once you get your rug samples you can play around with some of the shades. Good luck!!!
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