In this 1970s bedroom’s sleeping area, a black vintage wrought iron canopy bed was piled high piled with pillows and luxurious fabrics.
With the bed then flanked with twin night tables, the combined effect was to form a little island of comfort.
The comforter and bed skirt were peach-colored, while the chaise lounge at the end of the bed contrasted a peach background against black stripes.
On the bed itself, floral trim was added to Springmaid sheets and pillowcases.
The floor was paved with neutral gray square ceramic tiles by American Olean.
The room glittered with mirrors that created endless “horizons” and reflect over and over again the wallpaper’s geometric motifs.
The paper pattern was very contemporary, but it was printed, romantically, in subtle shades of apricot and lavender on a shiny white background.