Yesterday, I featured a gorgeous Los Angeles home designed by Commune Design. One feature I really adored was the master bedroom's showstopper live-edge walnut headboard. Overall, the entire room feels luxurious, organic, and restful. Instead of simply sighing over the bedroom's lovely design, I thought I'd take a more proactive approach and see if I could gather up the design elements used in the space. That way, we all have the opportunity to re-create this gorgeous boudoir!
First things first: nail down the main bedroom feature by investing in Uhuru Design's claro walnut St. Pierre slab bed (inquire for price). Once that element is in place, you could almost call it a day. But why stop now? Find out how to get the entire look when you read more.
Above the headboard, hang this Round Wood Sculpture ($800) from Tozai Home. It mimics the shape and textural lines of the piece from the Los Feliz bedroom.
Layer the floor with this fluffy pile, modern sheepskin carpet from Finnish company Great Outfit, which specializes in modern interpretations of the traditional sheepskin rug.
Keep the bed linens neutral by layering French Matelasse Coverlets ($70) in white.
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