To Match or Not to Match

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To Match or Not to Match

Get this! Almost one hundred percent of designer rooms do not have a matching bedroom set. As in - it all is the same color, came from the same place, and was purchased on the same day.

We understand it seems a lot less “fool proof” to buy a bedroom set. Someone has already done the work for you. There are no worries of mixing the wrong woods or mixing styles that don’t really go. There is no messing it up, however, if you are feeling a little brave, explore with us the genius of not having a matching set. We find there is a lot more visual texture and variety in the room if it doesn't all “match” or come in the same set. You will love each piece for it’s unique features and character that it brings to your space.

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Bigger Isn't Always Better

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Bigger Isn't Always Better

Have you ever had this happen? Someone is talking about a new house a friend purchased or built. The quality of the house or success of the individual is represented by the size of the house. Comments like "It's so big!" can easily be mistaken for "It's so nice!" And perhaps given the chance to go see the house you discover it is big. So BIG in fact the family did not have the budget to add any detail to the home, let alone fully furnish the space...

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A Fresh Start

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A Fresh Start

Welcome to our brand new blog! Opal Design Group was started under the name of Opal Never Shouts back in 2009. Over the past 5 years we have written 1000's of posts all about interior design, giving our readers tips, advice and inspiration...

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