his bedroom goes for a gray palette in order to dress relaxation with discrete intimacy. The balance between the brighter shades and the bolder accents creates a clean space. The small, nearly imperceptible details of the wallpaper add a lacework design to the wall and the atmosphere acquires a vaguely retro feeling. In the center of the room there is a bed with a wrought iron headboard and footboard that recalls models of yesteryear. The space goes without bedside tables to give expression to its clean minimalism. Next to the bed there is just a floor lamp that takes the place of the classic bedside lamp, while at the foot of the bed, tucked aside with a garden view, there is a small and comfortable reading corner with an enveloping armchair and side table to enjoy private moments in idleness.
An explicit reference to the models of long ago, but its clean lines instantly make it more contemporary.
The essential duo of an armchair and a side table is all that is needed to create a private space where you can kick back.
With no bedside table, the light adapts to the space. In place of the bedside lamp, here is a simple yet sculptural floor lamp.