Exquisite. But can you imagine your tired old underpants lying on the floor and a half-eaten pot-noodle by the lamp? You’d have to continue living the ethereal, effete lifestyle in order to service your impossible bedroom. Still… I’d be willing to try…
Well the beds are definitely photographed, along with a lot of other items, but some of the reflections, wall corners and qualities of light seem rendered to me. Maybe just really punched up in PS during post-processing? I don’t know, but they look great, albeit spare.
They all look amazing, but most of them are too monochromatic for my taste. Don’t get me wrong, I love high contrast black and white but they’re missing a tertiary color to really make the room come alive and feel vibrant.
Great. It seems to me that beds generally could use some forward thinking, typically they seem to have not progressed much in the last hundred years or so. To think about the strides that have been made in architecture and design….they’re nice, they ain’t somnus-neu, but they’re not bad.
The round bed looks too much like something you would find at the penthouse honeymoon suite at a Las Vegas hotel, very over done. Give me a B&B Italia Charles Bed anyday for understated sleek modern elegance.
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