Unbelievable One-of-a-Kind Bedrooms
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Bedrooms That Are Beyond1 of 12
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From a remote-control pull-out bed to custom-made double bunks, these 11 dramatic bedrooms are true showstoppers.
Photographic Fantastic2 of 12
In this bedroom, the photograph of a rib cage by an unknown artist once belonged to a San Francisco museum; the Knoll stool has a custom-made zebra sling, a 19th-century table from Aero Studios is topped with a wood vase from Mantiques Modern, and the Akari paper lamp is by Isamu Noguchi.
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Pass the Remote3 of 12
In this library/guest room, the remote control–operated bed slides out from the bookcase; the linens and cashmere throw are by Schweitzer Linen.
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Double Bunks4 of 12
The fir-paneled walls in the bunk room are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Pointing, and the ladders and bunk beds are custom made; the pillows are covered in Rogers & Goffigon fabrics, and the curtains are of a linen by Rose Tarlow Melrose House.
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Truly Tribal5 of 12
A collection of tribal masks is displayed in a guest room; a tapestry from Argentina hangs above the bed.
Wedded Bliss6 of 12
A guest room in this Hamptons home houses the Qing dynasty wedding bed that the family has owned since they married.
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Pearl-y Walls7 of 12
Maya Romanoff's mother-of-pearl wall covering creates a shimmering background in this master bedroom; the bed is by Ted Boerner, the scroll table is 19th century, and the curtains are of a translucent fabric by Pollack.
Tree House8 of 12
The Montana vacation home of Susan and Robert Burch, London-based decorators Philip Hooper and Sally Metcalfe added a bucolic touch to the master bedroom with a birch four-poster by Diane Cole Ross.
Italian Influence9 of 12
The circa-1890 bed, with a headboard embroidered by nuns, in this master bedroom was bought in Tuscany, and the portrait of Griffey is by Agatino Raciti; the chest of drawers is 19th-century Italian, the sconces are 1950s French, and the chairs are from the ’30s. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Incarnadine.
Sky-High Headboard10 of 12
In the master bedroom, Rafael de Cárdenas designed the bed, which is upholstered in a Stark fabric; Palumbo’s Tommi Parzinger recamier is covered in a Designers Guild silk, and the walls are painted in Grappa by Benjamin Moore.
A Little Twiggy11 of 12
A twig bed is dressed in vintage Hudson’s Bay Co. blankets, the overscale floor lamp is from the estate of Geoffrey Beene, a lithograph by Alexander Liberman is displayed on the wall, and a beehive was fashioned into a ceiling light fixture.
Global Retreat12 of 12
Decorator Matthew Patrick Smyth installed an 18th-century Moghul façade from a merchant’s house as a headboard in the master bedroom of a documentary filmmaker client in London; the hand-blocked fabrics are from India, and the suzani is 19th century.
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