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Soft Landings

We spend more hours in our bedroom than in any other room. Surely the place we start and end each day deserves attention—here are some inviting chambers that easily caught ours.

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Sometimes serenity can be achieved with a well-edited dose of clutter, as this charming guest bedroom in a Chicago bungalow proves. Michael Crowley and Michael Jacobson covered a wall with old photos, vintage Vanity Fair prints, a wide mirror, and more. Muted tones and a traditional four-poster bed make this guest bedroom cozy.

1 Sometimes serenity can be achieved with a well-edited dose of clutter, as this charming guest bedroom in a Chicago bungalow proves. Michael Crowley and Michael Jacobson covered a wall with old photos, vintage Vanity Fair prints, a wide mirror, and more. Muted tones and a traditional four-poster bed make this guest bedroom cozy.

 

 

In a bedroom where space was tight and the ceiling was low, designer James Dolenc used a sophisticated tufted-leather headboard and pendant lights instead of table lamps to draw the eye upward.

2 In a bedroom where space was tight and the ceiling was low, designer James Dolenc used a sophisticated tufted-leather headboard and pendant lights instead of table lamps to draw the eye upward.

 

 

Designer Julia Edelmann of Buckingham Interiors took a cue from her college-age daughter’s preference for new over old (hence the updated take on an old-school canopy bed) when redoing her bedroom. The colors and shapes in the Victorian stained glass window and corner rosettes on the window frames get a modern reference in the patterns of the pillows and window shade.

3 Designer Julia Edelmann of Buckingham Interiors took a cue from her college-age daughter’s preference for new over old (hence the updated take on an old-school canopy bed) when redoing her bedroom. The colors and shapes in the Victorian stained glass window and corner rosettes on the window frames get a modern reference in the patterns of the pillows and window shade.

 

Photography: (1) Matthew Gilson; (2) Bob Coscarelli; (3) Nathan Kirkman

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