Saturday, August 21

Bedroom: pinstripe suiting and the custom headboard

Here's Wayman's bedroom. It's so simple and stylish, right? As I explained in an earlier postWayman, an architect and designer, covered a vintage armchair in the living room with houndstooth suiting fabric. He continued that masculinity in the bedroom by creating a headboard that fit the narrow room wall to wall and having it upholstered in a subtle, grey wool pinstripe.
 I love having a small sofa facing the bed. It's a perfect spot for reading, or for throwing your clothes. The sofa, also probably Jens Risom, and the midcentury side table were also bought from the guy in Miami. The table is from Heywood-Wakefield, as is the desk in the corner of the living room. I think the American company is sort of underappreciated. Hey, makes for great prices! Check eBay.
Regarding the photo above, I must say, having been Wayman's neighbor for five years, the guy has great taste in fashion. Those boots! Below, Wayman and Dorothy share a quiet moment during which she's allowed to sit on the couch. Domino-style, barefoot.

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