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Photography by Michael Mccreary.

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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 19 Subtle, Sleek and Stylish Ways to Partition Spaces1 August 2018

8. BeadsThe cascading beads subtly indicate a distinction between the bed and the rest of the room, and give the bed a dramatic edge.

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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Bold Beds That Command Attention6 December 2016

A variation of the four-poster replaces the posts with column/strings of wooden beads. As you see in the picture, the strings are permanently fixed from the floor to the ceiling and bring a touch of folksy arts and crafts into a modern bedroom. For me, in a way, they work as partitions but not quite – preventing a direct view but still allowing you look through them.

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Elizabeth Vesely added this to Bedroom Ideas15 July 2020

like that frame is close to bed so you don't hit it when getting in and out and sitting on the bed

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pjsavoy added this to Indoor House Styles30 May 2020

OK.... This is a straight up bachelor pad. Haven't seen this in a minute. LOL

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Susie Teaver added this to SC24 January 2020

Interesting end rods for hanging bed

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