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Beds to Wait Out Winter In

We’re not fans of cold weather, either

By Designlines

Though it’s difficult to consider Toronto’s early December snowfalls as autumn, the winter solstice marks this week as the first of winter. For those that enjoy the feeling of warmth, sunshine and vitamin D—we know it can be tough. But surviving the harshest of winter builds character. It’s a reminder that, with a bit of grit, perseverance and optimism, there are better times ahead. Alternatively, it’s an opportunity to climb back into bed and wait out the end of the season. Yeah, we pick door number two, and we recommend you do the same, albeit with an eye toward designer bedroom style. Below, some suggestions for ways to ride out the remainder of these dreary days.

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Ikea’s TUFJORD upholstered bed frame adds a bit of extra texture for those who prefer their sleep space extra-soft. The headboard’s embracing curves help you to unwind, and make lazy mornings spent in bed even cozier. $679, at Ikea.

 

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De La Espada‘s Dubois bed is crafted in premium solid hardwood and luxurious fabrics. The wraparound headboard provides a sense of privacy, while the exposed timber frame and generous expanse of upholstery celebrates the quality of materials and craft. From $13,000, at Hollace Cluny.

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With its soft curves and hidden functions, Dawn Bed 1’s clean, effortless look gives an air of contemporary and understated refinement to bedrooms. Its leather headboard makes breakfast in bed as comfy as can be. Price available upon request, at Klaus.

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The versatile Kelly bed can be wrapped in fabric or leather, and the frame can go completely without, showing off walnut, oak or elm. $10,465, at Poliform.

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The NERA bed will appeal to lovers of mid-century modern style. It’s amber wood hue will warm up your space, and with plenty of structure for a cushion-topped mattress, you’ll have no problem hitting the snooze button to stay cozy in bed. From $1,849, at Article.

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The restrained Fushimi, by Italian label Pianca, takes its cues from Japanese design. Available in rounded walnut or ash, the delicate frame also features upholstered beech slats. From $6,500, at Palazzetti.

 

+ Check out our list of bedspreads to create the perfect bed at home. 

+ The 10 Best Stores in Toronto to Buy a Bed


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