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Trendy Designs to Energize Your Bedroom


Fall asleep in the comfort of the bed, dresser and accessories of your dreams


1 Aura speaker by Harman Kardon
From wake-up jams to bedtime lullabies, this oval-shaped Bluetooth speaker sounds great at any volume level. $450, at Planet of Sound

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2 Aton bed
Available with a fabric or leather-upholstered backboard, this oak bed frame has tapered legs that give it a tailored profile. From $5240, at Poliform

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3 Ghost Buster nightstand by Kartell
Show off your great taste in bedside reads with this clear acrylic nightstand. $550, at Quasi Modo


4 Slippers by Umbra Shift
Romp around the house in these super-comfy, rope-soled felt slippers, designed by Toronto’s own Fugitive Glue. $45, at Umbra


5 Mattress by Casper
Manufactured in Atlanta, Casper’s memory foam mattress features a top layer of latex foam that improves air circulation and keeps you cool while you sleep. $1050 for Queen size, from

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6 Dots coat hooks by Muuto
Get last night’s shirt off the floor and onto one of Muuto’s playful oak or stained-ash wall hooks. $160/5, at Torp Inc.

Originally published in our Spring 2015 issue as Bedrooms: Fun and Funky.


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