The best kind of rooms are the ones that defy definition. If I had to, in looking at our Room of the Week, I'd say this bedroom dwells in modern Scandinavian roots with touches of Japanese influence (the hand-painted tapestry, especially). Unpredictably, this little escape sits above the Parisian shop Marie Sixtine which owns the pied-à-terre.
They call the bedroom a 'poetic modern cabin' and I'd have to agree. The large platform bed cocoons its visitors in soft wood, while linen curtains provide extra privacy. But perhaps the most dreamy part of the bedroom is the texture provided by every perfectly selected material.
From this point of view, it really does feel like you're floating in a cloud! I love that the end of the platform divider allows for a little extra storage for books and blankets too.
The neon cloud is an awesome modern moment in contrast with the tapestry - the perfect juxtaposition for this escape.
Behind the bed, a large bath with terazzo walls and vintage sink provides more eclectic but dreamy design inspiration...
I don't know about you, but I'd stay behind that filtered light for hours on a lazy day!