Design Directions: Top of Bed - Mod Living
Kara Cox -- Home Accents Today, 3/1/2006 12:00:00 AM
Contemporary bedding ensembles take a mod spin with graphic pop art grabbing attention on solid fields or repeating geometrics playing up tile patterns for a funky visual aesthetic. Color remains neutral with bursts of energy coming from sky blue and brown combinations or buttery yellow accents. Nature themes take hold with flowering line patterns and whimsical bird images.
All prices are suggested retail
|Line and squiggle details including a signature tattoo add whimsy to the color-blocked pattern of the Amuse bed by Wildcat Territory ($1,085, queen ensemble). eLink 525|
|Jonathan Adler brings a retro vibe to the bedroom with the Kensington bed in blue and chocolate with a mod square tile pattern in 300-thread-count cotton ($145, full/queen duvet). eLink 527|
|The Lower Bird pillow from Art Dreams Home is hand-painted on washable linen with a contemporary silhouetted design ($44). eLink 528|
|The Bellus Collection from Inhabit lends a mod feel with a custard-hued cotton duvet and sham set printed with a large silhouetted graphic pattern. eLink 530|
|Sketch, a new bed from Dwell Edition, presents a modern take on a classic medallion pattern in neutral beige with a solid linen bedskirt ($130 to $220). eLink 526|
|Phat Tran's Oxalis pillow is hand printed on cotton canvas with a graphic flower design using sketchy lines and blooms. ($58). eLink 524|
|Crowned birds throw a fanciful touch to the screen-printed silk pillows from P. Flynn Designs. Filled with organic lavender, buckwheat hulls and oak moss, the pillows provide a soothing essential oil scent for a functional touch ($44 to $48). eLink 529|
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