My mom thinks this bedroom is famous and it IS one of our most liked. We're always getting asked where certain things are from. So this post details every aspect - either linking to the exact same piece or a similar alternative.
I got a cheap frame and sewed a simple linen slipcover for the headboard myself, using a staple gun for the rails. If you'd rather skip the DIY, this bed is the most similar I could find.
This is an original 1920's design by Josef Hoffmann - you can often find it on 1st Dibs or stalk eBay if you have the patience! This contemporary replica is very similar, and this one is a great more affordable option.
The Wall lights
I've had so many different pieces in here over the years, but for a pencil sketch nude like this, I would suggest Etsy. The bigger the better so if you can't find a large one, it's worth asking them for a custom piece.
Just after the original photo was taken I swapped the sketch for this larger painting by the British artist Alexandria Coe.
A large antique blue based rug can be hard to find. We have a new range coming soon that will be just the ticket, but Heritage 0061 and 0094 would both be great too.
I just stacked a couple of trunks on top of each other to form a table. Searching eBay for "vintage leather trunk" pulls up all kinds of gold. Just make sure to get one with a flat top.
On top I have a small vintage dish with a couple of crystals inside it. Our carved marble bowls are perfect for this kind of thing!
I found the gold wreath stand while on vacation in Greece, but this one has a really close resemblance.
The ben linen
There are so many great places for bed linen but Parachute Home and Magic Linen are my favorites. I always have a dark blanket draped over my bed too and our mushroom linen throw is ideal for this.
The yellow pillows
I got mine from Soho Home two years ago and loved them so much I sourced a similar style for Frances Loom. Ours are square so they're perfect as euro shams by the headboard.
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