A walnut paneled bedroom

/A walnut paneled bedroom

A walnut paneled bedroom

Today I would like to show you some pictures that I took from a bedroom that our company Lefèvre Interiors designed and which is finished right now. The room is paneled in walnut wood.
I am so sorry that I have no before pictures but I hope you all will enjoy the after ones.

Walnut paneling

This bedhead wall is divided in a large panel flanked with a mirror on both sides of it.
On the left you can see the entrance door integrated in the woodpaneling.
On both sides of the bed you can notice a night table.
A wall to wall wardrobe. Because of the rather small dimensions of the room, I designed a mirrored doubled door that creates the illusion that this room looks bigger.
That door is not a doorway to another room but behind it, is created a space for hanging clothes.
I have always loved the colour and the warmth that walnut wood can give to a room.

The bedclothes are made-to-measure and we selected a matching fabric for the upholstery of the bedtrunk.

This wall to wall wool carpet, which is very soft, we have chosen after a sample of a carpet that my client had discovered once in a hotelroom.
I have thought to put some cushions on that windowseat.
And the only thing left to do is choosing the right fabric for the curtains!

Later on I will show you pictures of the chosen curtains.
xx
Greet
Images : Lefèvre Interiors
By |2019-02-07T17:20:06+00:00October 26th, 2009|Categories: Belgian Pearls, Lefèvre Interiors|Tags: , , , |21 Comments

21 Comments

  1. Michelle Monday, October 26, 2009 at 4:04 PM - Reply

    Wow Greet…this is really amazing! I can't wait to see the space complete with draperies…it's really rich in detail!

    Best,
    Michelle

  2. Pamela Terry and Edward Monday, October 26, 2009 at 4:07 PM - Reply

    It is incredibly cozy!

  3. The-Countrypolitan Monday, October 26, 2009 at 5:49 PM - Reply

    The combination of the wool carpet and the walnut paneling are very rich… reminescent of an elegant hotel or a private car on a passenger train. Very nice.

  4. ZoeB Monday, October 26, 2009 at 6:42 PM - Reply

    I can appreciate the detail and finish but not keen on the overall feel. The last comment hits the nail on the head for me. It looks like an elegant hotel but it feels slightly oppressive. I know!, everyone has different tastes, and luckily, that makes the world a visually interesting place.
    ZoeB

  5. Susan Monday, October 26, 2009 at 7:07 PM - Reply

    The details that I love are: the mirrored closet doors, the mirrored inset panels on either side of the bed, and the window seat. They really dress up the room! Great ideas, especially when the room needs a closet and storage.

    Susan S

  6. the.neo.lifestyle Monday, October 26, 2009 at 7:23 PM - Reply

    Very nice Greet, but i have to admit to finish it of i would have put parquet down, i am sure you would also do that, but not everybody wants that, i understand. Carpet is nice when you lik eit 🙂

    Thanks for sharing.

    David

  7. Red Door Home Monday, October 26, 2009 at 11:28 PM - Reply

    The walnut is so beautiful. Love the mirrored doors!

  8. Cindy Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 4:18 AM - Reply

    Walnut is so beautiful! I have never seen it before, such a deep, restful color. The mirrored doors are so beautiful and the integrated door is lovely. What a great bedroom. Hugs, cindy S.

  9. Karna Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 7:01 AM - Reply

    A beatuful coulor on tha panel….

    The book is from a Norwegian designer, my favorit, she have worked for the Norwegian furniture store Slettvoll….A beatuful book, many good ideas….. =0)

  10. Anci Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 7:40 AM - Reply

    Hi,
    It's nice ! It have a feeling that you are on a elegant ship on the ocean.

    Have a great day !

    xo
    Anci

  11. Ariadone Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 10:08 AM - Reply

    Hallo Greet, wat prachtig, jammer als je ogen dicht gaan. Het is een droom van een slaapkamer, zeg. Vakwerk.
    Fijne prachtige oktober herfstdagen als in walnut-days !!
    Godeliva

  12. Debra Phillips Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 1:19 PM - Reply

    greet;

    your design of the mirrored doors on the closet is beautiful, well done!
    debra

  13. Haven and Home Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 2:43 PM - Reply

    Oh that looks so luxurious!

  14. French-Kissed Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 6:05 PM - Reply

    Greetings Greet,

    Love the rich beautiful walnut and I really like the way you incorporated mirror into the design–especially like the shaped mirror on the closet doors. Your are right, upholstery on the window seat would be lovely and what is planned for the bed wall? Maybe some wall sconces for a little sparkle… and a painiting or tapestry in light tones? Looking forward to seeing it completed with the draperies. We don't often get to see such fine cabinet work here and I really enjoy the posts of your family's outstanding work.

    ~Jermaine~

  15. Karena Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 7:23 PM - Reply

    Beautiful Greet, it does need some contemporary works of art for the completion. Especially above the bed.

  16. Berta F Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 6:47 AM - Reply

    Hello Greet ….. that nice work ¡ …. always I have thought that me wiil like … in a future …. to do the office of my husband at home … quite of wood …. I find the very hot wood …. and always elegant …. have a good day ..¡¡¡¡ Berta

  17. DesignTies Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 3:26 PM - Reply

    Very pretty bedroom 🙂 Walnut is my favourite wood — it's so warm and has lots of character.

    I love the design of the closet doors — the oval detailing at the tops of the doors is fantastic. And so nice that the mirrors in the doors reflect the bed and the window 🙂

    Kelly

  18. Linda Merrill Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 5:57 PM - Reply

    Hi Greet – this is very pretty! Like a little jewel box room. Looking forward to seeing the curtains!

  19. Carla B. Reeves Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 1:56 AM - Reply

    Hello Greet, Beautiful workmanship. We don't see such work very often here in So. California because it is so very expensive. Also paneling is better suited to colder climates because it makes rooms so warm and cozy. The workmanship and detail is superb!
    Carla

  20. for the love of a house Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 4:13 AM - Reply

    Stunning room Greet!
    Those doors are to die for! What a lovely room to wake up in!!

  21. VICKY Friday, August 27, 2010 at 10:14 AM - Reply

    The room is sheer perfection ,The room is so incredibly fabulous! Love it! great job on every detail..the walnut paneling are very rich,looks elegant,I also love the labels on the drawers and the mirrored closet doors-so smart!I like it will take away any and all stress from your day.thanks for sharing.

Leave A Comment