Nothing says sultry Hollywood boudoir like the Alexia Bed by Koket. A fully upholstered headboard’s curls and curves draw you down to the tufted accents and golden nails lining the side. The platform body rests on petite brass feet.
Made in Vermont, the Chilton Bed by Room & Board is available in spalted sugarberry or walnut. The headboards are created from solid slabs of domestic wood and showcase natural markings like knots, splits and distinct grain patterns.
Milano Bedding’s Clarke is a sofa and sofa bed that features a skirt with a particular edging, which makes it sophisticated yet informal, for a relaxed and cosmopolitan environment, according to the company. The cover is soft and informal; the result is a lived-in look.
Demonstrating bespoke prowess, Ligne Roset Contract combines a Nador base with a custom Ruché headboard, featuring designer Inga Sempé’s contemporary take on quilting. The ruched pattern of the oversized panels serves as a geometric accent, elevating the traditional sewing technique into a soft and sophisticated backdrop.
Wallace Sewell introduces a collection of machine-washable throws. The three designs range from subtle micro-patterned flat cotton to a luxurious cotton chenille, each of which is available in a variety of colorways that reflect Wallace Sewell’s unique use of color, according to the company.
Fabric Innovations has partnered with designer Roger Thomas for a bedding collection that features seven patterns: Houndstooth, XOXO, Malacca, Seeing Spots, Zig Zag Baroque, Checquers and Garden Bands. All patterns are white-on-white and are available in a cotton sateen sheet collection, as well as in a matelassé collection.
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