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5 Steps to a Modish Principal Suite


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

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


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


Uma by Pablo
Avoid stubbing toes by carrying this portable lantern (and Bluetooth speaker) on midnight trips to the bathroom. $600, at LightForm (in March)


Photo by Jim Bastardo Photography.

Morrison by Egg Collective
This marble-topped, walnut-veneer dresser has space for socks, sweaters and plenty of picture books. $6730, at Design Within Reach


Owl by The Rug Company
Barber & Osgerby decked their Tibetan wool area rugs with charming critters (six in total). This one’s a hoot. $2225, at Avenue Road


Dubois by De La Espada
The oversized headboard on this Luca Nichetto–designed sleeper delivers ample back support for family nighttime reading. Available in walnut and European ash, with abundant upholstery options. $10,040 for Queen, at Mjölk


Hot Mesh by Blu Dot
This cotton quilt and sham set is stitched with subtle geometric patterns. Call for pricing, at Urban Mode

Originally published in our Spring 2016 issue.


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