Top of bed designs showcase de-luxe design
Tracy Bulla -- Home Accents Today, September 1, 2010
Loaded with lavish texture, vibrant prints and lush embellishments, the season's hippest top-of-bed design offer a purely sensory experience that is hard to top. Look for luxury - both the tactile and the visual - to reign supreme
Hollywood's golden age gets a glamorous update in the printed sateen Movie Collection from Manuel Canovas, reinterpreting 8mm film as slim black and white stripes against a shocking fuchsia ground
Daniel Stuart Studio fashions a super-scale dahlia from looped ribbon in the plush Windsor Velvet pillow ($221).
Handmade by artisans in Bolivia, Carpenter + Company's fair trade designs turn traditional craftsmanship into modern day works of art with the alpaca and wool Geo Spiral pillows ($150 to $275)
Understated ogee patterns exert subtle, yet arresting sophistication in Natori's woven bamboo throws and pillows ($200 each).
Organic representations of flowers and leaves are rendered with exquisite detail in Ronel Jordaan's conceptual, textured ensembleOrganic representations of flowers and leaves are rendered with exquisite detail in Ronel Jordaan's conceptual, textured ensemble
Home Texco creates an eye-popping Suzani design in lush, contrasting colors and reverse chain-stitch embroidery ($29).Home Texco creates an eye-popping Suzani design in lush, contrasting colors and reverse chain-stitch embroidery ($29).
Created with dyes that are hand-mixed in Kevin O'Brien's Philadelphia studio, the plush Rorschach velvet pillow (no two are the same) offers endless possibilities for creative contemplation ($180).
Bold prints and luxurious embellishments come together in a sensory experience with Kreme's stylized, graphic designs.
Intricate medallion motifs repeat in harmonious accord with Blissliving Home's reversible Shangri La duvet set ($295, full/queen).