With so much time being spent at home, we’re still thinking about how to better outfit our living spaces, and this month, our focus is on the bedroom. A place for refuge and respite, it should be filled with items that induce relaxation and comfort at any time of day.
The color yellow is said to evoke happiness and positivity and this dreamy sculpture is no exception. Available at the Danish furnishings store BoConcept, it could be the perfect addition to your bedside table. Retail: $44. BoConcept, 342 San Lorenzo Ave. #1110, 305-350-1941, boconcept.com.
The debut book from Houston-based interior designer Paloma Contreras, “Dream Design Live” was created to inspire. While it would be pretty on your coffee table, this tome also features gorgeous imagery and ideas to help you create your own vision board for living beautifully. Retail: $35. Barnes & Noble, 152 Miracle Mile, 305-446-4152, barnesandnoble.com
Wake up to this aesthetically pleasing clock from the London-based designer Sebastian Wrong. It displays the time in 12 different fonts which rotate throughout the day. Retail: from $450. Luminaire, 2331 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 305-448-7367, luminaire.com.
This handwoven striped Carreno multicolored throw would look effortlessly chic atop a bed or slung over an armchair. With colors both muted and vibrant, the combination of hues creates instant joy. Retail: $89.95. Crate & Barrel, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., 305-460-3560, crateandbarrel.com.
With this palatial bed, there’s no need for counting sheep. Named the Harrison, the chic set up is part of the Brazilian design company Artefacto’s latest collection, and it’s sure to make your master suite even sweeter. Retail: from $5,200. Artefacto, 4440 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 305-774-0004, artefacto.com.