Yes, that tufted sofa should be a grand four-poster bed, but dammit (Australian Interior Designer) Leslie Wolford did a tented ceiling properly! Via Vogue Living.
Always prefer Channel upholstery over the the usual "tufted."
Knight Moves: Upholstered Bed Styles
Notes: The dressing table is 1920s American, and the stool is an heirloom. Photographer: Simon Upton Designer: Madeline Weinrib Featured in: Global Impact Issue: October 2008
The canopy guest bed and the vintage love seat’s upholstery fabric are by Dunham, the bamboo chests and ceramic lamps are vintage, and the carpet is by Patterson, Flynn & Martin
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Not quite sure what it is I exactly like here...maybe that's the point!
Such a luxury to have a writing desk in the Bedroom @ Elizabeth Dinkel.
Perfect for a little late-night reading.
Wow, so dramatic, perfect colors. I love it! Personally I couldn't pull off the silk, too much, but perhaps a glazed cotton, or a linen. I love how that blush cord, or maybe it is stripe textured linen...how cool to do a thick corduroy, more unexpected and unique. Love the modern side tables...love the cozy fur throw...
Peter Durham's "Whitley" Four Poster bed. Through Hollywood At Home, Los Angeles.
Oh, Behave! The classic Calla bed (if you are a Movie Star) by Mariette Himes Gomez Gomez for Hickory Chair.
Grand Lattice Bed with Canopy, Queen. features a canopy with open, lattice work. The same lattice pattern is repeated in the fretwork of the low foot board panel. The headboard is designed with a framed panel. The posts are square and have shaped edges that can be accented with gold or a paint color of your choice. By Kindel Furniture
This plus some ceiling hung curtains = bedroom perfection.