"Parenthood"

"Parenthood" set decorator Julieann Getman describes Adam and Kristina's bedroom as a "refuge from their fast-paced family life." It is painted in soothing Van <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO1001011113030000" title="Courtland" href="/topic/us/virginia/southampton-county/courtland-PLGEO1001011113030000.topic">Courtland</a> Blue, a color in the Benjamin Moore Historical Collection. The headboard and bench were custom made. The rug, nightstands and dresser are by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP0000017187" title="Pottery Barn" href="/topic/business/consumer-goods-industries/furnishings-furniture-industry/pottery-barn-ORCRP0000017187.topic">Pottery Barn</a>; the lamps are from Restoration Hardware. The stool and floor mirror were purchased at Upstairs Downstairs in Culver City. The linens come from Bed Bath Beyond. "I shop a lot at Living Spaces," says Getman, who strives for realism rather than perfection. "It's much more what people can truly afford as opposed to what they see in magazines."

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"Parenthood" set decorator Julieann Getman describes Adam and Kristina's bedroom as a "refuge from their fast-paced family life." It is painted in soothing Van Courtland Blue, a color in the Benjamin Moore Historical Collection. The headboard and bench were custom made. The rug, nightstands and dresser are by Pottery Barn; the lamps are from Restoration Hardware. The stool and floor mirror were purchased at Upstairs Downstairs in Culver City. The linens come from Bed Bath Beyond. "I shop a lot at Living Spaces," says Getman, who strives for realism rather than perfection. "It's much more what people can truly afford as opposed to what they see in magazines."

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