A guest bedroom is warmed by brown ticking fabric on the walls and brown toile draperies. English transferware hangs above the bamboo headboard. A bronze Chinese incense burner floats on an acrylic stand in the corner, and an antique magnifying glass sits on a side table.

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Seeing Green

Before and after: If this redo had a motto, it would be “lighten up!”

Written by Amy Elbert
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Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

A guest bedroom is warmed by brown ticking fabric on the walls and brown toile draperies. English transferware hangs above the bamboo headboard. A bronze Chinese incense burner floats on an acrylic stand in the corner, and an antique magnifying glass sits on a side table.

Drapery, bed drapery and bed skirt (discontinued): Bergamo Fabrics Inc., 914/665-0800, trade only.
Wall upholstery; coverlet (“Staten Ticking Stripe’’/Brown #4008-2, by Jane Shelton): Jane Piper Reid & Co., 800/576-9674, trade only.
Side tables: Bobby Dodd Antiques, 404/231-0580.
Lamps (antique); chairs (black-painted Regency chairs): Parc Monceau, 404/467-8107.
Framed dried flowers: Fred Reed Picture Framing, 404/875-4372.
Table at window: Travis Antiques, 404/233-7207, trade only.
Bronze Chinese incense burner; acrylic stand; magnifying glass; English Brownware: owner’s collection.

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