Best Bedtime: Wallpaper* Design Awards 2021

Comfort and diversion for early nights; these seductive bedroom designs are all winners in the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2021

Wallpaper art of a bedroom
Artwork: Léa Bigot
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LG Signature

LG OLED R TV with Rollable Design

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Key to our dream bedroom is the latest rollable screen technology from LG Signature. The world's first and only rollable TV, LG Signature's OLED R features visionary technology for a revolutionary home video experience. Pristine picture quality is combined with groundbreaking design and technology: the paper-thin screen features OLED's self-lit pixel technology, and is designed to roll inside the state-of-the-art soundsystem. The display can be rolled out to three different heights, discreetly retracting when not in use. When the screen is rolled in, the device doubles as a music station and clock, offering mood lighting & sound effects and transforimng into a home dashboard. 

LG Signature OLED TV RX, $87,000, by LG Signature

Xbox Series X

Wallpaper* Design Awards Best Bedtime

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Up your home game game with the neat black volume of the Xbox Series X, its surface etched for low-gloss discretion makes a perfectly discreet addition to the space.

Xbox Series X, £449, by Microsoft


Wallpaper* Design Awards Best Bedlinen

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We can see no point in venturing out from beneath our jacquard cotton poplin ‘Wall Street’ bedding by Magniberg. Made of 100 per cent Egyptian cotton, the set's basket-weave make the fabric's texture a pleasure to touch, and the promise to soften with time. The collection references classic 1980s Oxford shirts, and can be mixed and matched to suit any aesthetic. 

‘Wall Street’ bedding, from €140, by Magniberg


Best Bed from the Wallpaper* Design Awards

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A tribute to the Spanish architect, the ‘Gaudí’ bed features a sinuous, steel-supported wooden frame finished in dark coffee or black-stained oak. ‘It is based on the power of the curved lines of Antoni Gaudí, constantly varied in terms of direction,’ says designer Matteo Nunziati of his piece for Italian manufacturer Flou. An enveloping, padded headboard, available in fabric, leather or eco-leather, promises comfortable lie-ins and lounging.

‘Gaudí’ bed, price on request, by Matteo Nunziati, for Flou

More from Wallpaper* Design Awards 2021

Wallpaper* Design Awards Best Bedtime

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Complementing the bed’s curved aesthetic are Stephen Burks’ lacquered bedside tables for Living Divani, with pirouetting slats that open and close their volumes.

‘Islands Low’ tables, from €1,716 each, by Stephen Burks, for Living Divani.


Wallpaper* Design Awards Best Bedside lamp

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Frama's tubular steel ‘T’ lamp, by Regular Company ftilt for reading or mood lighting thanks to a simple mechanism. This way, lamp's angle can be adapted to adjust the light intensity in the space, and to suit different needs

‘T’ lamp, £299, by Regular Company, for Frama

Wiener Silber Manufactur

Wallpaper* Design Awards Best Bedtime

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Wallpaper* Design Awards Best Bedtime

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One of the last remaining glass blowers in Afghanistan, Ghulam Sekhi is based in a mudbrick workshop at the base of Herat’s ancient citadel. His designs, such as the deep blue 'Lapis' tumbler, are celebrated through Ishkar's collection of unique objects that explore the world's most extraordinary craftsmaship traditions. 

‘Lapis’ tumbler, £80 for six, by Ghulam Sekhi, for Ishkar

Léa Teuscher is a Sub-Editor at Wallpaper*. A former travel writer and production editor, she joined the magazine over a decade ago, and has been sprucing up copy and attempting to write clever headlines ever since. Having spent her childhood hopping between continents and cultures, she’s a fan of all things travel, art and architecture. She has written three Wallpaper* City Guides on Geneva, Strasbourg and Basel.