2011 san francisco decorator showcase | does the color make the bedroom?

everyone seems to be asking.  does the color make the room?  or, does the room make the color?

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at the 2011 san francisco decorator showcase, it seems that there are ‘two sides to every story’.  to reflect how color affects the atmosphere of a room san francisco interior decorators and stagers, green couch, designed adjoining bedrooms with identical floor plans and furnishings, but with different color schemes.

green couch even designed a mirror-like opening between the mirror-image bedrooms by extending a wall that could not be removed!

photos credits peter medelik

one bedroom feels more animated because of the bold, contrasting color scheme.

photo credit peter medelik

elitis | tp 104 08 | rayures wallpaper |  green, red, and apricot

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merida meridian | valedo recycled leather flooring | angus pattern | chocolate

photo credit merida

f. schumacher & co. | 173991 | fireworks linen & cotton fabric | mandarin

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while, the adjoining bedroom feels more serene because of the neutral, tonal color palette.

photo credit peter medelik

elitis | tp 104 01 | rayures wallpaper | white, cream, and grey

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merida meridian | valedo recycled leather flooring | angus pattern | bone

photo credit merida

f. schumacher & co | 173993 | fireworks linen & cotton fabric | frosted natural

photo credit schumacher

i think that jeff schlarb and lisa bakamis, the green couch design team, probably developed their design concept by letting the furnishings determine the colors.

what do you think?

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