From the huge, three-meter-wide Great Bed of Ware said to have accommodated four couples (showcased at the Victoria and Albert Museum), to the minimalist canopy bed designs we see today, this fascination with canopy beds comes in many shapes and sizes. Awnings can also be added to a bed to create this illusion of a canopy and break the monotony of the bedroom’s design, as Fabrizia Frezza Architecture did in the example above.
Willow Smith indulges in relaxation and sleep in her Californian bedroom flaunting an exotic design by Judith Lance. The iron four-poster is draped with a canopy of patterned silk reaching over the bed to create a beautiful effect.
Another inspiring example of how to use wood to create stylish environments for men, the versatile, modern bedroom above plays with wood as decoration. Seen inside this Stockholm duplex, this manly attic bedroom displays an alluring warmth enhanced by a slanted wall’s illusion of coziness.
A man’s needs are met when fresh air, privacy and aesthetics converge in a bedroom design inspired by freedom. The example above features a floor-to-ceiling glass wall that slides open to connect interiors with the inspiring surroundings outside. Designed by Abramson Teiger Architects, the manly bedroom with dark floors creates an intimate yet bold mood.
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