There’s something wintry and Scandinavian about curtained beds (curtains were traditionally used to keep out drafts). The sense of enclosure is similar to an alcove. Here are four favorites from the editors of Remodelista.
Above: The loft of New York architect Elizabeth Roberts, originally seen on SF Girl by Bay. Photo by Melanie Acevedo.
Above: Curtains on either side of a bed add a sense of enclosure when a room is too large; various white drapes and curtains can been seen on Remodelista‘s Walls, Windows & Floors.
Above: A corner bedroom, originally seen on My Scandinavian Retreat. See Remodelista‘s Room Gallery of white bedrooms for similar looks.
For his New York apartment, stylist Scott Newkirk created a division between the living room and the bedroom using dramatic floor-to-ceiling curtains made from burlap. “They create a sense of intimacy and add texture and color to the space.” To recreate the look, visit Steal This Look: Scott Newkirk Bedroom.