I've told you before that I'm not a fan of matchy matchy.
I've told you before that I'm not a fan of matchy matchy. But sometimes, repeating the same simple pieces in a room creates a luxurious effect that's muted, not headache-inducing. In this bedroom, the furniture and accessories sit in perfect symmetry, while the split headboard and sunny yellow pendant lights add a playful element that lightens the mirror-image mood.
Furniture: For the bed itself, you can go with a basic frame. As for the headboard, pick up a fabric with a palette matching your duvet, with a big graphic pattern such as these bursting chrysanthemums. Stretch the fabric over two tall canvas frames, a few inches less than half the width of the bed, and staple them to the frames. Pick up two matching nightstands in a medium wood with clean lines, such as the CB2 Acacia Nightstand ($149).
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