Rest easy—our new introductions include some pretty and petite bedroom pieces.
Many living spaces, especially bedrooms, are tighter today than they were a generation (or even a few seasons) ago—but they can still look airy and stylish. If your bedroom isn’t quite as spacious as you’d like, we recommend you dream big and furnish small.
Here are a few ways to fool your eye into thinking your room is roomier than it is:
- Paint your walls a light color.
- Choose pieces with visually lighter profiles (pieces with legs and open frames; no dark, boxy upholstery).
- Streamline accents and artwork (no heavy frames or crowded gallery walls).
- Keep furniture low to the ground.
- Opt for metal and glass when possible; they consume less visual space.
- Minimize clutter on all surfaces.
And here are some of our newer, slimmer pieces for bedrooms:
A streamlined steel frame transforms a traditional slatted bed into a modern, minimalist statement piece. Emmett’s clean-cut silhouette suits a retreat of any size.
RIVER SLIPPER CHAIR
Our Danish-inspired slipper chair sits gracefully low to the ground. River features a freshly interpreted design, modern lines, and a relaxed vibe suitable for any space.
MONTCLAIRE NIGHT TABLE
It’s perfect for a lamp, a book, and an alarm clock, but the Montclaire night table (finished on all sides) invites you to think outside the bedroom, too.
ROSEMOOR END TABLE
Well grounded, yet sleek and airy, the Rosemoor glass-top end table is a living room darling that brings casual, contemporary, sculptural appeal to the bedroom, too.
RINNA PEDESTAL TABLE
A petite piece with a big presence, Rinna is a versatile pedestal table inspired by antique candlestands. Its flawless detail adds high style to rooms with low ceilings.
VERENA SAWHORSE DESK
We took a classic sawhorse design for a modern spin and called it Verena. It’s chic and minimalist, a barely-there desk for a tight corner in a snug space.