With its solid oak design and sophisticated metal touches, the Niguel nightstand by Lawson-Fenning is one of our favorite ways to keep essentials close to hand but out of sight.
More than any other area of the home, the bedroom should be a place to relax, recharge and really just sink into your surroundings. The key to ensuring that it’s truly restful? Keep the overall aesthetic even more neutral than the rest of your space, and incorporate design elements in soothing colors, clean shapes and elegant earthy materials.
Simple and sleek, 57st. design’s Ada side table strikes a soothing minimalist note. This accessibly priced heirloom piece is hand-made to order in Chicago.
Jason Koharik’s handmade swing scone mixes a graphic palette with brass accents for a subtly elevated touch.
Keep your bedside table clear except for a few essentials, one of which should be an elegant way to quench that middle of the night thirst. This timeless carafe is crafted using traditional Japanese techniques by Sugahara, an impeccable maker of glassware.
Keep patterns simple and calming, on feel-good accents that give good vibes, like this hand-embroidered pillow whose purchase supports artisans in Kashmir, India.
Ground your nightly routine by choosing natural materials that convey a sense of warmth and earthy elegance. We love this sturdy yet serene option, upholstered in natural linen.
The muted pastel tones of these bud vases from Heath Ceramics add a pop of calming color without disrupting the tranquility of your color scheme.
Add just the right amount of visual interest with a classic herringbone pattern in natural hues. This beautiful blanket is woven in the USA on an antique loom and finished with hand-twisted and -knotted rope fringe.
Simultaneously luxe and laidback, a fur throw layers on sumptuous texture and invites the most amazing naps ever. This gorgeous version from Homelosophy blends superior merino and llama wool with sheepskin.