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The bedroom nook, with its padded headboard wall, which hides wiring for the picture and reading lamps.
Designer: White Webb
Featured in: Apartment Life: A Jewel of an Alcove Studio
Metropolitan Home, September 2009
In the master suite, a vintage 1980s Marimekko fabric by Fujiwo Ishimoto hangs on the wall of a closet separating the sleeping area from the bathroom. Furniture includes a custom bed and Peekaboo nesting tables from CB2. Donna Gorman designed the pillow fabrics; the bedspread is a reissued 1950s Marimekko fabric by Finnish designer Maija Isola; Tolomeo sconces are from Artimede.
Photographer: Peter Murdock
Designer: John Hix
Featured in: The Low-Maintenance Getaway
Metropolitan Home, July 2009
In the bedroom, a row of drawers is suspended under a room-wide shelf of Carrara marble. A winning paradox of the project is how it opens the homeowners to nature and to the city at the same time. Deck seating consists of Osorom benches by Konstantin Grcic from Moroso (via Dzine).
Photographer: Matthew Millman
Designer: Anne Fougeron
Featured in: Urban Eco-Tecture
Robertson didn’t want the TV to dominate the master bedroom, so he put it in a slot at the foot of the bed—the focal point of the room is the bed itself and its massive headboard wall that rises to an imposing window.
Photographer: Jack Thompson
Designer: Christopher Robertson
Featured in: The House of the Rising Son
Metropolitan Home, November 2007
The bed is a room-within-a-room (bedside lamps are from Dessin Fournir).
Photographer: Grey Crawford
Designer: Jarrett Hedborg
Featured in: Modern By Design: Our Los Angeles Showhouse
Metropolitan Home, September 2007
In the master bedroom, an African tribal piece sits at the foot of the low-slung Cell bed by Piero Lissoni for Porro (photographs by Alyson Shotz).
Photographer: Ken Hayden
Designer: Rene Gonzalez
Featured in: The Art of Space
Metropolitan Home, July 2008
A glass wall between the dining area and the master bedroom increases the light quotient in both spaces (a curtain can be drawn for privacy).
Photographer: Nathan Kirkman
Designer: Michael Wilkinson
Featured in: A Change in the Wind
Metropolitan Home, April 2008
The silver-and-gray headboard fabric is from Brinkman, the 1923 Malevich tea service from an Amsterdam secondhand shop (it has recently been reissued by Lomonosov).
Photographer: Frans Van Der Heyden
Designer: Kate Hume
Featured in: Czech Mates
Metropolitan Home, December 2007
The master bedroom suite features warm fir floors and cool white walls and furnishings, including a bed and cabinetry by David Salmela.
Photographer: John Reed Forsman
Designer: Kevin Streeter
Featured in: In the Seventh House
Metropolitan Home, January 2008