The stylish reading nooks will be your favourite refuge this winter. Let these corner banquettes, window-side daybeds, and luxurious chairs inspire you to create a cozy reading nook!
Bouleverd writing desk by Boca do Lobo. Made from mahogany, with a leather top, composed by three drawers and brass handles lacquered in black. Combined with the elegant silhouette of Eternity Chandelier that takes its brilliance from the skillful application of the crystal. The eternal circles are individually wrapped in brass and placed with astonishing attention to detail. The end result is an extraordinary source of light by Koket.
Nanook is the master of bears, the one who decides the luck of the hunters in the Artic regions. This armchair blends the beauty and grandiosity of this animal through the robust body covered by white leather. Nanook armchair embodies a myth from Inuit cuture and tells a story while you leave yourself to its comfort. Apache, a contemporary lamp that takes its name from the word that defines a collective of Native Americans, the first to inhabit the wild areas of Colorado, whose unique landscapes mingled with the color of their skins. Two amazing pieces by Brabbu interior design for a reding nook.
A chaise longue upholstered in a Pollack velvet occupies a bedroom corner in a Manhattan duplex decorated by David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor; the curtains are of a J. Robert Scott satin.
Artist Jessie Henson’s Armada, a contemporary work comprising found maritime paintings, is displayed in the master suite of decorator Richard Mishaan’s Cartagena, Colombia, home.
In the master bedroom of a New York apartment renovated by Shelton, Mindel & Assoc. are a 1950 Alexandre Noll console, a 1960 Poul Volther Pyramid chair, and a 1948 Georges Jouve ceramic lamp. Rudolf Koppitz’s Im Schosse der Natur (1923) hangs on a wall. On the console are drawings by Le Corbusier.
In actor Will Ferrell’s Manhattan loft, decorated by Shawn Henderson, one bedroom is sheathed in a Weitzner handwoven wall covering made of recycled newspapers; the vintage Poul Volther chair retains its original fabric.
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