See how designers at the top of their game bring style and ingenuity to bedroom decor.
The walls of a Paris master bedroom designed by Jean-Louis Deniot are outlined with ribbon trim from Mokuba, and the curtains are of a Jim Thompson silk; shagreen-and-parchment tables flank a Collection Pierre bed upholstered in a Jim Thompson fabric, and the mirror is by Hervé Van der Straeten.
In this master bedroom designed by Brian McCarthy the ebonized-wood bed and upholstery fabric are by Ralph Lauren Home.
In Austin, a home designed by Jenkins Design Build features plush light & bright bedding alongside antiques and rustic accoutrements to complete the chic farmhouse vibe. The large built-in sideboard adds comfort and appeal to the space.
In a daughter’s bedroom by Kristen Buckingham an 1830s Swedish table, a 1920s tole chandelier, and a vintage chair.
A bedroom by Alessandra Branca features curtains and a canopy of Irish linen, custom-made bedding, and a taboret and daybed from Branca.
In the master bedroom of his SoHo apartment, designer Thom Filicia’s ebonized-mahogany Tousey bed is covered with a vintage Indian silk bedspread from Varanasi and linens by Pratesi; the wall behind the bed is sheated in mirror-backed safety glass.
In a Manhattan home designed by Steven Gambrel, a master bedroom’s custom-made bed is dressed with E. Braun & Co. linens, the writing table was designed by Ico Parisi, and the leather chair is vintage; the walls are covered in Indian silk, and the rug is from Sacco Carpets. Source: Elle Decor