First impressions of the Deniot’s haute couture interior design style is simply lovely. Sagreen-and-parchment tables paired with a whisically designed Herve van der Streten mirror balance the room’s elegant decor. The John Thompson silk curtains find clever reflection in the mirrored geometric table lamps and provide the foundation for the room’s natural blue and brown color scheme. The Paris bedroom’s eye-catcher is a Collection Pierre bed suited with rich John Thompson cream, gold and blue fabics.
Daryl Carter’s fresh and carefree design scheme create in this master bedroom an atmosphere of well-traveled charm and sophistication. The plush bed is backed by a duo of leather upholstered bordello doors and a chic animal skin rug along with a sprig of potted palm provides a pleasant safari touch.
Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller
This design duet has given this master bedroom an refreshing artsy and urban vibe, with rich textures and plenty of color pop. Artwork by Susan Crile adorns the dark wood Pottery Barn bed, fitted with John Robshaw Textiles and sporting plenty of decorative storage down below. The vintage George Nelson foot bench and a vibrantly blue antique screen provide plenty of aesthetic flow to complete the room’s overall ambience.
Ralph Lauren Home provides the ebony wood bed and feather light upholstery for the spacious master bedroom which features bold black accents and a mirrored bathroom door.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard
A classic Colonial, four-poster bed by Martinus-Tripp plays up designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s European design scheme in this West Hollywood master. Vintage faux-coral lamps by tony Duquette add the finishing touch.
Stately antiques bring out the best in this Manhattan home bedroom designed by Sheila bridges. Vintage chest of drawers and shimmering crystals lamps by visual Comfort & Co. and a beautiful antique four poster bed fitted in John Robshaw Textiles and Paresi are backed by walls painted in soft creams shades by Farrow and Bal.
Fresh East Indian accents give Tom Sheerer’s Bahamas vacation home a decidedly countryside flair. The wall hanging is originally from Jaipur and Chelsea Textiles created the bright white candlestick bedspread.
Kristen Buckingham designed her daughter bedroom with antique pieces and comfy, pink themed textiles. the chandelier cupped with pretty shades is from the 20s while the circular wooden table is of Swedish design from the 1830’s.
Todd Alexander Romano
The stunning cherry wood of a Ralph Lauren Home bed immediately captures the gaze in this masculine Romano designed bedroom. Rust-colored drawings by Marc van Cauwenburg and fluffy textiles by Leontine Linens soften the look and a steel table from Sentimento Antiques bring in the vintage, gentlemanly style of the 1920’s.
Feminine and floral with Asian accents, this upstate New York master has a unique charm. Designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber with a noticeably soft hand, the room’s grace is accentuated with a 1920’s French chandelier, Bergamo upholstery, Christopher Spitzmiller lamps and luxurious Nancy Corzine silk curtains.
This bedroom by designed by Alessandra Branca proves that even small spaces can exhibit refined elegance. The velvet upholstered daybed and cherry wood taboret are from Branca herself, and the curtains and canopy are done up in crisp, creamy Irish linen.
The mirror backed safety glass is the eye-catcher here in this Thome Filicia designed SoHo master. The thick mahogany four poster is covered in an Indian bedspread by Varanasi and Pratesi linens.
With Indian silk walls and a uniquely textured rug from Sacco Carpets, this Manhattan master bedroom design by Steven Grambel is plush with disctinctive luxury. E. Braun & Co. linens, an Ico Paresi writing table and a vintage leather chair surround the custom designed king bed.
Suzanne Kasler designed this sophisticated, contemporary bedroom with a Rose Tarlow-Melrose House Prince Charles bed and a Richelieu bench by Nancy Cozine.
Alluring De Gournay wall covering and antique Chinese bed cabinets anchor this Miles Redd bedroom design with wall lamps by Bill Blass for Visual Comfort.