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5 Beautiful Beds We Can’t Stop Dreaming About

Sensual bed frames in rich materials make for sleeping quarters worth lingering in

By Eric Mutrie


Storage Stunner
This handsome walnut design’s six slide-out drawers will be a dream come true for anyone running out of space for their fun sock collection. Designed by Sean Yoo, the bed is finished with bevelled edges and raised off the ground to achieve a lighter presence. From $4325, at Design Within Reach


Swish Sleeper
A wraparound headboard elevates Molteni & C’s Fulham from a piece of furniture into a stand-alone retreat. Available in a full array of fabric and wood frame combinations, as well as with a matching bench. We’re especially smitten with the deep indigo velvet option. $8850, at Molteni & C


Centre Court
Walter K.’s Jaan is a statement piece meant to stand at the centre of the room. A super-thin, powder-coated aluminum frame supports the bed’s supple leather platform, which adds a generous border around your mattress – the perfect place for keeping phones at arm’s length. From $13,075, at Studio b


Blue Moon Beauty
The headboard of Blu Dot’s upholstered Nook bed curves inward to keep sleepers extra cozy and sheltered. Set on stainless-steel legs, the platform set-up uses a pre-cambered ply slat system to keep the mattress from shifting around. From $1820, at Urban Mode


Fab Four-Poster
CB2 delivers a contemporary twist on the classic canopy bed by suspending a platform between four spare black powder-coated tubes. Brass-plated iron corners add a hit of glam to the otherwise minimalist form. From $1100, at CB2

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