Written by Kris on July 6, 2011. Permalink
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Written by Kris on July 6, 2011. Permalink
Written by Katie on June 17, 2011. Permalink
Man, Blu Dot is hitting the right notes with its new collection this season. If you happen to be shopping for a new bed, check out this guy. It’s fully upholstered (save the stainless steel base, of course) with a “wafer thin” headboard. Available in all sizes (including twin, fyi) and four different colors.
Purchase Information:Price: $1,299.00 â€“ 1,699.00
Written by Kris on April 14, 2011. Permalink
Written by Katie on March 28, 2011. Permalink
While this is perhaps the most flattering angle, I do have to say this bed looks incredibly appropriate for a modern-yet-affordable sleeping surface. The frame is made from sustainable solid mango wood and features an open headboard where you can put all manner of bedtime accessories (books, alarm clocks, etc.).
Purchase Information:Price: $599.00
Written by Katie on June 23, 2010. Permalink
Looks like a nice canopy bed for a bedroom, right? Well, get this, it can also double as an outdoor cabana near the poolside. Not that you would move it back and forth or anything, but it’s nice to know it would stand up to the elements with no problem. And what does PCH stand for? The Pacific Coast Highway in California, of course.
Designed by Bernard Brucha for MASH Studios
Made from plantation grown, grade-A teak and coated with a natural, nontoxic oil finish.
96 L x 74 W x 84 H
Purchase Information:Price: $4,400.00
Written by Katie on September 23, 2009. Permalink
Efficient minimalism, indeed. Made entirely of multi-ply bent laminated wood, this bed is just about as structurally sound as you can get with this sort of craftsmanship (while keeping the design aesthetic, of course). The smooth curves do echo Alpine sports, but I’d say it’s more reminiscent of a mid century design classic than ski equipment.
The frame is the first to be built almost entirely of bentwood, giving it both fluidity and strength. The bed was inspired by alpine sports like skiing and toboganning, where strength, lightness and a strong graceful structure are crucial. As in the aesthetic of Alpine sports, the Alpine Series bed embodies efficient minimalism and craftsmanship. It’s one and an eighth inch bentwood structure is engineered to last for generations. –modernica.net
Designer: Jay Novak
Materials: Multi-Ply Bentwood Walnut
Dimensions: 63″W x 86″L x 36″H
Queen: $2,895.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $2,895.00
Written by Katie on May 29, 2009. Permalink
Ah, isn’t this a lovely bed? Isn’t it just spectacular? Every once in a while (if not often) I’ll run across something that I think ‘oh, wow, that’s a great piece, I wonder how much it is?’ and then almost have a heart attack when I see the price. If I ever spend $20,000 on a bed, just shoot me. That being said, if you’ve got the money to spend, and you choose to spend it on this, I will not shoot you, nor will I encourage others to do so. To each their own.
Dramatic and beautiful, this interpretation of the traditional four poster bed is a complete scene-stealer. The balls and frame are made from burnt and waxed ash, finished by hand, with a slatted base in beech wood. It is exclusive to The Conran Shop and can be made in custom sizes.
W96 x D96 x H90.5 in.
$19,000.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $19,000.00
Written by Katie on May 12, 2009. Permalink
You just can’t go wrong with something as simple as this. It’s a no-brainer.
American Modern Bed – Full, Was: $2,200.00, Now: $1,760.00
American Modern Bed – Queen, Was: $2,400.00, Now: $1,920.00
American Modern Bed – King, Was: $2,800.00, Now: $2,240.00
American Modern Bed – California King, Was: $2,900.00, Now: $2,320.00
Buy it here.
More information:View American Modern Bed here
Written by Katie on March 17, 2009. Permalink
Is it just me, or does it seem like there are a whole lot of sales and free shipping promotions going on? Lucky us consumers. If you’ve had your eyes on some of the Case Study pieces shown above, you’ll be pleased to know that Modernica is offering free shipping on their entire collection of bedroom furniture through March 22nd.
Case Study Day Bed: $1,595.00
Case Study Bentwood V-Leg Bed: $1,190.00
Case Study V-Leg Bed: $1,095.00
Case Study Bedside Table: $475.00
Buy it here.
More information:View Modernica Bedroom Collection- Free Shipping here
Written by Katie on February 16, 2009. Permalink
Something about the sound of ‘clip-on’ when describing this plexiglass headboard seems a little odd, yet there’s no argument that the translucent material would add a modern edge to any bedroom.
This clip-on Headboard (2008) is designed to fit the Min Bed…The translucent plexiglass was specifically chosen to coordinate with any color bed, and maintains the light, unobtrusive character of the Min Bed Collection. The single-piece construction spans the bed’s entire width, extending just slightly beyond each side, and the slightly curved shape of the Min Headboard provides a comfortable backrest for reading or watching TV.
Purchase Information:Price: $700.00-$900.00
Written by Katie on January 14, 2009. Permalink
Reclaimed wood and simple styling makes this bed a no-brainer.
Our reclaimed Douglas fir Plank bed adds a contemporary green twist to it’s traditional design and honors the character of the rare first-growth fir used in its construction. Up to a century old, the aged wood-from razed buildings-shows off its rich hue, deep patina, and tight grain. The wood is hand-planed to smooth its surface while preserving the distinctive character of the vintage fir’s imperfections. Our bed’s eco-friendly wax finish highlights the wood’s singular beauty. Includes headboard and bed frame. Assembly required. Made in USA. Allow 5 weeks for delivery.
light or dark finish.
SPECIAL: was $1,995.00-2,095.00 – save 15% (limited time, ends Feb 5th)
$1675.00-$1775.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $1675.00-$1775.00
Written by Katie on December 13, 2008. Permalink
Geez, I know $1800 for a bed still seems a little steep in price, but considering the price tag used to be $4500, it sounds like a deal.
Most conventional leather bed’s like their sofa counterpart’s suffer from overstyling and excessive padding in order to denote luxury or comfort. Taking a more restrained approach is the Loja Leather Bed (2004), distinctive in its pared-down, sleigh bed form. Skillfully produced in Spain, the bed features light padding over the entire frame to create a soft, cushioned surface that surrounds the user. Large panels of silky, oil-tanned leather the warmest and most supple of cowhide leather’s are used to upholster the frame and are neatly stitched with welted perimeter seams. The headrest features a slight pitch to accommodate comfortable reading or TV viewing.
Quantities are limited. Free Standard Shipping.
$4,500.00 Now: $1,800.00
$4,700.00 Now: $1,880.00
Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $1,800.00
Written by Katie on November 5, 2008. Permalink
You can save 20% on beds, mattresses, bedding, casegoods, etc. through November 11 at DWR…it’d be smart to take advantage if you’ve been looking to freshen up your sleeping space.
Shown on right:
$2,500.00 Now: $2,000.00 Buy it here.
Nest Heather Duvet Cover,
$250.00 – $320.00 Now: $212.50 – $272.00, Buy it here.
Nest Organic Flat Sheet,
$115.00 – $180.00 Now: $97.75 – $153.00, Buy it here.
Nest Organic Fitted Sheet,
$105.00 – $165.00 Now: $89.25 – $140.25, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $500.00
Written by Kris on August 2, 2008. Permalink
I was just at Ikea and I actually really liked this piece in person. It has a cover which looks like wool (but is actually a synthetic of some sort).
Removable dry-clean cover.
Purchase Information:Price: $499
Written by Kris on July 17, 2008. Permalink
This innovative bed frame shape allows a quick transition between a single size bed, a full size bed or two beds. (Get it? Simple, Double or Doux). It’s very cool but it will set you back around $3,500.00 and it needs to be shipped from Switzerland.
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