Uptown High RiseContemporary Bedroom, Dallas
Dona Rosene Interiors. Photography by Robert Peacock.
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From there she hit up West Elm and Pier 1 Imports and took photos to get an idea of her options and how to pull everything together. She snatched up a striped lumbar pillow at Pier 1, deciding it would give her the bedroom color palette, and put the swivel chair and ottoman on hold. The pillow gave her a cool masculine mix of teals, grays and browns to work with. She found the bed at Weir's for $300 and spent $1,000 on a good mattress and box spring, consulting with Husch by phone about his mattress firmness preference. A late night trip to Bed, Bath & Beyond scored her the bedding. "The rectangular quilting kept the clean and masculine lines," she says. Bleary-eyed, she made it to the checkout area with seconds to spare before closing time, also picking up sheets, bed pillows and other necessities. (She added a few extra pillows for the photo shoot; a lot of guys don't want to fuss with so many pillows.)Sculpture, turquoise shams: Crate & Barrel