Published at Tuesday, 18 September 2018. bedroom. By Doretta Robyn.
With a fabric-covered headboard and edges that curve backwards ever so slightly, Kenobi is a bed that is subtly different from many others out there. It might not be obvious on first glimpse, but slowly you will start noticing the uniqueness of this Mauro Lipparini design and its white form lets it blend in with any color scheme you have going in the bedroom already. A tailored top-stitching and a custom storage compartment complete this latest bed design from Bonaldo.
Another Mauro Lipparini design, Youniverse is a bed with no discernable corners thanks to the extra padding that has been used in headboard and in the bed frame. The angular headboard of Youniverse also creates a ‘cocoon effect’, which provides a comfortable and safe niche even in a large bedroom by creating a ‘room within a room’. You can obviously choose from a wide range of colors for the fabric finishes and Youniverse looks great in every finish.
As you brainstorm DIY possibilities, don’t hesitate to get extra creative. Melamine shelving and fabric trim combine in the headboard below from Rosyscription, featured at Bob Vila: Even a well-positioned piece of artwork can provide the contrast and backing that’s needed to offset an inexpensive platform bed. Purchasing a painting that creates just the look you want will do wonders. On a tight budget? Create the artwork yourself!
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