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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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This ultra-spare retreat distills the bedroom to its essence: a place for a bed. With a low-profile vintage Knoll headboard as the main attraction and a predominantly white color scheme, the effect is mellow and restful. A low-hanging Edison-style bulb draws attention to the loft’s high ceiling.

4 This ultra-spare retreat distills the bedroom to its essence: a place for a bed. With a low-profile vintage Knoll headboard as the main attraction and a predominantly white color scheme, the effect is mellow and restful. A low-hanging Edison-style bulb draws attention to the loft’s high ceiling.

 

 

The key to making this room by Hudson Home appealing? Texture—from the mohair throw and the leather-and-wood Eames-era chair to the stainless steel swing lamp and the glossy black-lacquered night table. Add a splash of sunshine (here, in a cheerful yellow painting) and you’re done.

5 The key to making this room by Hudson Home appealing? Texture—from the mohair throw and the leather-and-wood Eames-era chair to the stainless steel swing lamp and the glossy black-lacquered night table. Add a splash of sunshine (here, in a cheerful yellow painting) and you’re done.

 

 

Have a big space? Fill it. That’s what Marylin Vogel of V Amsterdam did with the ample master bedroom in her River North condo. While the palette is muted, varied textures, heights, and shapes in the room give it depth and warmth.

6 Have a big space? Fill it. That’s what Marylin Vogel of V Amsterdam did with the ample master bedroom in her River North condo. While the palette is muted, varied textures, heights, and shapes in the room give it depth and warmth.

 

Photography: (4) Andreas Larsson; (5) Nathan Kirkman; (6) Alan Shortall

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