How To Have Sweet Dreams? Sleep in a Fabulous Bedroom
Retire for the Evening in Style
In this primary bedroom by Terese Poulos of Relic Design, jewel tones, luxurious textures, and gold accents bring a bold and dramatic vibe. Bed from J. Marshall. King pillow shams and yellow shams from Holly Hunt, bolster pillow sham through Romo. Bedspread by Matouk, through Designers Linen Source. Nightstands by Mr. Brown, through CAI Designs. Tailored wallcovering by Arte, through Area International. Lamps by Visual Comfort, through CAI Designs. Mirrors by Regina Andrew, through CAI Designs. Photography by Michael Kaskel.
For this teenager’s retreat, designer Tuan Nguyen of Nouveau Design House converted a former nanny’s apartment on top of the garage. The fantasy bedroom in ethereal shades includes wallpaper by Cole & Son, lighting by Visual Comfort, through CAI Designs, a watercolor-esque carpet by Stark, and draperies by Kravet. Photography by Jenn Verrier.
Phillip Harrison Interiors created a contemporary home for a young couple who purchased a Logan Square two-family home and converted it into a single-family dwelling. Angular Jane Double Task Lights from Visual Comfort, through CAI Designs. Nightstands by Caracole, through CAI Designs. Drapery fabric through Kravet. Cowhide bolster pillow, through Pindler. Photography by Dustin Halleck.
A Pierre Frey floral fabric, through Holly Hunt, creates a warm and cozy canopy that surrounds the bed in this Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas bedroom by Avrea & Company. With fabrics from Wells Abbott, and furniture by David Sutherland, the room is a tribute to iconic designer, Mario Buatta, who was known as the Prince of Chintz. Photography by Nathan Schroder.
For a home in the Hamptons, designer Amy Kartheiser created a haven for relaxing and entertaining. The home, which has seven bedrooms and three distinct spaces connected by walkways, has light, serene interiors accented by art and biophilic elements. In this guest bedroom, pale wood furniture and a palette of whites and grays provide a cool respite. The custom platform bed sits on an area rug from Stark. Photography by Werner Straube.