Thursday, July 12, 2012

SLEEP ON IT PART II: A PLACE TO REST YOUR HEAD

Looking for a new bed to freshen your bedroom? Look no further. To round out my post of recent bedding additions, here are some beds to make you want a new place to rest your head for 8 hours a night. Or, if you are the president, a new mom or Martha Stewart, four.

UPHOLSTERED:

 Oomph recently launched a squiggle - backed headboard that is very unique, and a nice addition to the market

 Century's graduated curvy Temple King headboard is very now

 Lee Industries does upholstery so well and their headboards are no exception. The camel curved Queen bed was upholstered in a bold black and white ikatesque fabric at market.

Photo courtesy of Drexel Heritage
Drexel Heritage has this cool cut - out silhouette in a fun bug and butterfly print at market

Photo courtesy of Horchow
With ethnic flair, the Vanessa headboard from Horchow has Moroccan flourishes

Photo courtesy of World Market
Add global glam to your enclave with World Market's Ninda headboard. Boy, is it a great deal, too.


Photo courtesy of Serena and Lilly
The Octavia bed with nailhead trim in a Greek key motif from Serena and Lily for a fresh upholstered look with a little glimmer.

 This past market also saw the launch of Phoebe Howard's Mr. and Mrs. Howard collection at Sherrill Furniture that had this great curved tufted headboard.

 Photo courtesy of Dwell
With a stepped - up silhouette, this Deco upholstered headboard from Dwell Studio is not too femme and super comfortable.

Photo courtesy of Drexel Heritage
Clean corners, an inset border and linear tufting for the neatniks from Drexel Heritage.

Photo courtesy of Century Furniture
Charlotte Moss's new Atlanta bed from Century Furniture, a showroom exclusive, is an instant classic.

UNIQUE MATERIALS:

Photo courtesy of Made Goods
Covered with Penn Shell, the Gavin headboard from Made Goods adds an exotic touch to a classic cut corner shape. 

Photo courtesy of Ballard Designs
Clipped corners and caning on Ballard's Averill Headboard is just the thing for warm weather locales.

HIGH AND MIGHTY:

Another goodie from Mr and Mrs. Howard in grey turned wood and curved headboard.


Photo courtesy of Noir
Big on style, the Ferret Bed from Noir
has turned detailing and high posts.

 Photo courtesy of The Well Appointed House
The Summerland Key Bed from The Well Appointed House is a classic bamboo canopy bed with a twist. The all-white finish keeps it fresh while the added detail above the headboard provides additional visual interest.

Photo courtesy of Lilly
The Paramount metal king bed from Lilly Pulitzer Home has presence galore with four posters and a swish canopy in a brushed gold finish

 Photo courtesy of Restoration Hardware
Keep romance alive with Restoration Hardware's iron Campaign Canopy Bed.

Photo courtesy of Pottery Barn
With stature and four posters, the Antonia Canopy Bed, a metal bed from Pottery Barn, has old world charm and comfort with an upholstered headboard

GREAT PAIRS OF TWINS:

Lexington Home Brands West Indies twin headboard with lattice and bamboo detailing would make any guest room cozier.
 Lilly keeps it preppy with bamboo detailing on their Tangiers Bed.

Suzanne Kasler added a femme tented canopy to her Simone Upholstered Headboards for Hickory Chair at market. Perfect for teen aged girls.

 Photo courtesy of Schoolhouse Electric
A little bit dorm room a little bit old-school, Schoolhouse Electric gets it right with the boldly colored Hamilton  Bed

THE MATRESS:

Photo courtesy of Hastens
Handmade in Sweden, Hastens frame-based beds and mattresses are known by their distinctive check available in many colors. Filled with horsehair, cotton, flax and wool, they start at $4000 and take over 100 hours to create. Their showroom at 75 Grand Street will be easily recognizable with the crisp signature blue and white checked beds waiting for nap trials.


 Photo courtesy of Savoir Beds
Initially created for The Savoy in London, Savoir Beds have been gracing royal and luxurious bedrooms in England since 1905.  Wool, horsehair and hand-tied springs make up their natural beds that breathe well. Their pillow tops add an additional layer of coziness. Check out their showroom at 28 Wooster Street to take one for a test drive.

5 comments:

Matters of Style said...

That world market headboard is the best deal ever. Even to reupholster in better fabric!

oomph said...

Thank you, Marisa! Wonderful collection of beds - something for everyone!

penelopebianchi said...

Wonderful post on beds!

Our daughter and husband and 3 children moving back to Montecito after 8 years "abroad"!

Thanks for showing me all these "beds"!!

I love your blog!

Marisa/Stylebeat said...

Yes, World Market has really stepped it up!
Oh Penelope I am glad I could help- how can anyone leave Montecito?!

Naomi@DesignManifest said...

Great round up Marisa! So many to love.