Thanks for your patience, my scanner has been on strike (maybe in sympathy of the Writers Union in the US ?) but is finally working again too. And Maison 21 – I’ll be waiting for my commission check in the mail!
Okay, so you can’t technically see the bedhead in this pic, but I wanted to share because I love the colours of this room so much. Bedroom of fashion designer, Steven Stolman, and partner.
A lovely four poster bed in the French country house of one of my favorite furniture designers, Todd Hase.
Fresh white with studded detailing in the bedroom of designer Tony Fornabaio and partner.
Ornamental shaped bedhead in a room by Nate Berkus.
A Black diamond buttoned beauty in a room by Sharon Simonaire.
Classic chic in the bedroom of designer Mario Nievera.
More dark inviting colours – in the bedroom of British Khaki founder, Robert Lighton.
Paisley perfection in Christopher Spitzmiller’s bedroom.
A pretty satin number by DD Allen.
Quiet and serene in a bedroom by Diana Viñoly.
Not technically just a bedhead – I had purposefully steered away from adding four posters and canopy beds, but this one, and the Todd Hase one are the exceptions. Jeffrey Bilhuber’s fresh take on an old favorite.
Two ornate designs, in classic Katie Ridder style.
And finally, the image that got me started on these posts! Now that I’ve found it I won’t bore you with a 4th edition. This is from a Melbourne home that was inspired by a Philippe Starck designed hotel the owner stayed in. Featured in Vogue Living (Australia) Jan/Feb 2006. I love the fact that this bedhead is floor to ceiling, I love the diamond buttoning (of course!) and the custom built in sconces.
thank you so much! i look forward to seeing it–the den in particular!
Hi Hadley – I do, and will post it especially for you on Monday – if I have time to scan it!
do you have the entire spread of the steven stolman apartment from elle decor may 2004? i loved it and sent it to someone for them to see and they threw out the clipping. thanks
Great post! I’ve been looking for a headboard to upholster in my new fabrics for a shoot! Let me know if you know of any really amazing ones that are decently priced 😉
Glad it’s you and not me who has to chose the best one! They are all beautiful What a collection – excellent post, Suzy.
Grogeous beds. I like the satin; she’s sexy.
Thanks for the comments everyone. And Maison21 I’m still waiting for my check 😉
Suzy, this is a fabulous collection! My favorite is the last one inspired by Phillipe Starck. I’m a sucker when it comes to anyting tufted!
Great post Suzy!!
check is in the mail, suzy- i swear! just remember, international post is slow, so if it takes a while to get to you… : )
Love them all and I really love the Mario Nievera! I think I need a new headboard!! 😉
I am wild about each and every one of these bedheads. But the last one-white and tall and wonderful with the button tufting knocks my socks off. Great post!
Hi Suzy! Hey! Congrats on the shout out you got in the Washington Post Blog Watch!
Love these beds you’ve chosen. You have named alot of my favorite designers here, so what’s not to love?
Love them all. Problem: I would stay awake all night just admiring my surroundings.
POC – The Stolman apartment was featured in Elle Decor, May 2004.
Hi H – thanks for visiting! I think the blanket is actually faux fur – looks nice and soft doesn’t it!
Hi Jennifer- It is a tough decision…
The Steven Stolman spread was in an Elle Decor, I will check the details tonight and let you know which issue.
That blanket looks amazing. What is that? Is that fur? Matches the blankets. Oh, one can dream.
I just don’t know how you’re going to choose! They’re all beautiful. And by the way,do you mind telling me where you got the Steven Stolman photo? I missed that spread!