Lifestyle

Room to love

Traditional bedroom style employs mix of textures

michael j. lee for the boston globe

THE PAINT

The walls are Benjamin MooreNew Hope Gray, and the trim, shutters, and ceiling Benjamin Moore White Dove. A tip from the room’s designer, Nicole Hogarty of Nicole Hogarty Designs: “Never neglect your ceilings. I never use standard ceiling white.”

THE WINDOW TREATMENTS

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The silk panels in Wineberry, hung with one slim custom rod from Lundy’s Drapery Hardware & Home, are from Jim Thompson’s Kaleidoscope collection. They were hand-stitched by Drapery House and designed to add warmth to this Back Bay brownstone. The shutters are from Back Bay Shutter Co.

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THE BED AND LINENS

The bed, made by Hickory Chair is from the Suzanne Kasler collection, has a hand-carved headboard, and is upholstered in a Lee Jofa
fabric (Parchment). The duvet and shams are from Sferra’s Sonya collection.

THE FOOT BENCH

From Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, this
piece was upholstered in a Lee Jofa fabric (G P & J Baker’sFretwork Anthracite).

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THE CHAIRS

These chairs by A. Rudin,

are clad in a Katie Leede & Co. fabric. The pillow fabric is from the Holly Hunt Silk & Sexy collection. “I never set out for all elements of a room to match,” Hogarty said. “My goal is to layer a room with texture, patterns, and color.”

Eileen McEleney Woods is the editor of Address. E-mail her at eileen.woods@globe.com.