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Oliver Peake This was an interesting commission. The client wanted an entirely sunken bed with hidden storage and invisible heating! We couldn't go down as it was on the first floor so we raised it up. A simple solution elegantly executed, the floor lifts up to reveal storage 'bins' with a matching stepped drawer unit. // as a kid, I actually imagined this for my future home. Great minds think alike, but I don't have that kind of money. Heh heh...
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my dream house also has a bed in every room for when i get so tired that i cant walk to my bedroom
Sleep in and not make the bed...if only!
I love this room... the chests at the end of the bed, the dressers, all the details... a pop of color would be nice--turquoise, orange, yellow, or plum...
The older I get, the more I like spare neutrals. but always with that touch of whimsey, because I'll always have sequins in my soul.
Usually opposed to painted brick, but it looks so inviting. The shadows and the way they grace the wall and pillows...
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Super cute, lots of storage space and area to personalize, plus, beds can be bulky, this would be nice if the mattress just slid inside!
I just want to hide in here and read books.