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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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We love the character that designer Alex Jordan instilled in this otherwise restrained room when he put that Galbraith & Paul printed-linen loveseat at the foot of the bed. The backdrop of pale blue draperies, bed linens, and custom-made leather headboard is inviting in its own right.

7 We love the character that designer Alex Jordan instilled in this otherwise restrained room when he put that Galbraith & Paul printed-linen loveseat at the foot of the bed. The backdrop of pale blue draperies, bed linens, and custom-made leather headboard is inviting in its own right.

 

 

Gail Plechaty of Real Simple Design took a top-billing bed—from the family of Potter Palmer II—and cleverly put it on the sidelines in the bedroom that she created for the guesthouse of the 2007 Lake Forest Showhouse. Standing against one wall in a sitting room, it’s the perfect perch overlooking a seating area (take note, studio dwellers!). Not interested in the conversation? Simply blame an attack of the vapors and draw the curtain.

8 Gail Plechaty of Real Simple Design took a top-billing bed—from the family of Potter Palmer II—and cleverly put it on the sidelines in the bedroom that she created for the guesthouse of the 2007 Lake Forest Showhouse. Standing against one wall in a sitting room, it’s the perfect perch overlooking a seating area (take note, studio dwellers!). Not interested in the conversation? Simply blame an attack of the vapors and draw the curtain.

Resources: See Buy Guide.

 

Photography: Alan Shortall

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