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5 Steps to a Modish Master Suite

Fashion the boudoir of your dreams with these style-boosting beds, sheets and nightstands

By Eric Mutrie

Above: Febo by B&B Italia Maxalto

Designed by Italian great, Antonio Citterio, this lavish bed features a tubular steel frame and curvaceous upholstered headboard. Available in six sizes and a variety of leathers and velvet-like fabrics. From $7795 for Queen, at Kiosk


D.153.1 by Molteni & C

A statement-making armchair transforms a bedroom from sleeping quarters into true living space. This luxe leather-and-satin brass seater is a reissue of a 1953 design by Italian architect Giò Ponti. With its reclined back, it’s a perfect throne to curl up in with a cup of coffee and the morning newspaper. $6000, at Molteni & C


IC Lights T1 by Flos

Inspired by jugglers, this striking table-lamp design balances a blown-glass globe on a bent brass stand. $825, at Suite 22 interiors


Lake by BDDW

This elegant white-lacquered nightstand mixes raw and refined accent materials, contrasting a Claro walnut book drawer with bling-y silver-plated feet. At bddw.com


Ego by Poliform

Framed in matte lacquer, this minimalist closet system’s ultra-thin glass doors offer a preview of the chic cocktail dresses and suits inside. Choose from four finishes. Call for pricing, at Poliform

Originally published in our Spring 2016 issue as Fairy Tale Bedrooms: Modish Master Suite.

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