In the bedroom, the walls are a warm, bright yellow; the white popcorn ceiling and beige carpet remain. The bed has been centred on the back wall of the room, in front of a length of dark chocolate brown fabric that runs from the ceiling down. Against that, there's a plain headboard with rounded corners; mounted so that they're half in front of the headboard and half in front of the fabric are the two Indonesian bulletin boards. I think I kind of get where Edward was going here, but it's just weird enough, and the colour scheme in the room is just weird enough that it kind of takes a turn at "cheesy motel." Mounted on each side of the bed are the two floating night tables, painted dark brown (as is all the furniture). They each have a framed photo and a figurine on them. There are sconce lamps with brown shades mounted above each night table. You can't see much of the bed frame -- just a bit of the feet. It's simple and nice enough, I guess. The bed itself is nicely dressed: the sheets are still white, but there's a new bed cover in a softer yellow than the walls, with a subtle tone-on-tone pattern. There are two square accent cushions in the shiny blue fabric that I like, leaning against two round bolsters in a subtle striped brown and gold fabric that's also appealing. There's a long bookcase maybe two feet high mounted to float on the right-hand wall. The TV's on that -- which is kind of weird, having it beside the bed. Not a good angle for watching it. Tsk. There's also a dark urn with large green plants or branches in it. The entryway to the bathroom/dressing area is now covered with a pair of white floor-to-ceiling drapes stencilled down the inner edges and along the bottom in brown. On the wall next to that is the new dresser, with the two tall, narrow, funky-looking mirrors hung above it, and a few figurines, candles, and a softly glowing paper/fabric/natural fibre lamp (the kind that's all shade with just a simple platform for a base) on it. The two windows have new, light- coloured shades on them and brown lambrequins with black piping over those. There's a very subtle tone-on-tone floral pattern on the brown lambrequin fabric, and the opening on them is vaguely ogee-ish. On the wall between the windows is the Buddha painting, and underneath it is the little bench with the blue cushion. There's a small potted plant next to the bench. The living room ceiling fan has been installed, and there's some kind of coordinating, multicoloured cording around the room at the juncture of wall and ceiling.
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