White Glove

Yes, the dark days of win­ter are clos­ing in. But bed­room style? It’s never been brighter.

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Cozy up to lux­u­ri­ous beds and bed­ding.

if we could pro­pose a re­write of a fa­vorite Christ­mas poem, adults would also nes­tle all snug in their beds— lux­u­ri­ous beds with dreamy good looks. Tak­ing a cue from the crisp cot­ton, cool linen, sump­tu­ous cash­mere, and warm wool tex­tiles that dress them, bed frames and head­boards are go­ing tac­tile. Tufted or tai­lored, they add an­other lush layer of fab­ric or in­trigu­ing tex­ture to the bed­room, mak­ing sit­ting up for a late-night read or glance at the lap­top feel won­der­fully in­dul­gent. The luxe at­ti­tude con­tin­ues atop the bed, where—as with to­day’s in­te­ri­ors—matchy-matchy has been re­placed by co­or­di­nated and lay­ered. “Lay­er­ing is a nat­u­ral de­sign aes­thetic to me,” in­ter­na­tional de­sign star Mar­tyn Lawrence Bullard says. “In the bed­room, with the va­ri­ety of soft tex­tiles, it’s a lux­ury.”

Tuft­ing adds tex­tu­ral di­men­sion to a head­board. (Front to back) A.R.T. Fur­ni­ture “Chelsea” chan­neltufted bed. Wes­ley Hall “Zeus” bed in “Bris­sac Jewel” fab­ric. Bern­hardt “Do­maine Blanc” but­ton-tufted bed.

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