Oh, how I love thee. When other’s might claim to dream of genie, I dream of many things, but of late, it is of this beautiful bed by Edward Ferrel/Lewis Mittman.
It all started with the first image (featured on many blogs before) that started me day dreaming. I knew immediately……I was in love. Yes, it was love at first sight….ummm, okay, I admit, it may be odd to some of you that I have this feeling towards a piece of furniture. But, if you are passionate about something, love comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and you learn to just go with the flow of these things.
Interior designer Liz Williams created this stunning space in a charming home in the Ansley Park area of Atlanta using the bed in a medium finish which contrasts beautifully against the simple elegant fabric.
Image via Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles, photography by Erica George Dines.
A different angle to the gorgeous bedroom by Liz Williams.
Then……pitter patter, thump, thump, goes my heart when I see this bedroom……..
by the very talented designer Amy Morris.
Anyone would be a very happy person drifting off to sleep, perhaps dreaming of delicious white and dark chocolate truffles that are inspired by this dreamy space.
Carole Weaks, of C. Weaks Interiors, Inc. created this inviting bedroom at the Inspired Home Design Showcase at the Mart in Atlanta.
Bed by Lewis Mittman, benches by Amy Howard.
The Lewis Mittman: St. George Bed can be made up in array of finishes, fabrics and custom details. Here it is shown with intricate tufting in a striking silver finish with a pale grey blue velvet.Or, for a richer look, consider using a silver finish contrasted with a dark rich damask pattern.
One can also create a warm sunny feeling when done in a light finish complemented in a glowing golden fabric. Room scene from Lewis Mittman website.
After seeing this bed I find myself spending countless nights dreaming, fantasizing, craving, wanting…..dreaming those sweet dreams……till some day.
Wishing you all sweet dreams.
If you too find yourself wanting a fresh new look, don’t quite know how to identify your personal style, or how to pull it all together Interior View can help create the room of your dreams.