Best Breakfast In Bed
Style and substance make excellent bedfellows
Some beds are made for extended stays. Walter Knoll's 'Jaan' bed by Eoos, part of the manufacturer's first foray beyond seating into sleeping, is one such cocoon. So holing up with Baxter's new night table by Draga & Aurel by our side, CTO Lighting's 'Acropolis' lamp illuminating our reading matter and B&O Play's new Bluetooth speaker providing the sounds, we thought we'd bring to the slumber party a breakfast fit for a king. Served on Mattia Fossati's 'Ics' table is perfectly proportioned toast, made from a wholemeal multi-seed loaf courtesy of new Parisian bakery Liberté, topped with morning-changing Negroni marmalade by Melbourne's newest gin distiller Four Pillars. The juice, cold-pressed by Toronto's Greenhouse Juice Company, blends orange, grapefruit, lemon and liquid cayenne pepper. We've got our finger on the snooze button.
Pictured (from left): ‘Unique’ table, £2,880, by Draga & Qurel, for Baxter. ‘Aacropolis’ lamp, £1,530, by CTO Lighting. ‘A2’ bluetooth speaker, £299, by Cecilie Manz, for B&O play. ‘Jaan’ bed, £4,000, by Eoos, for Walter Knoll. ‘Prairie Buri’ flat sheet, £259; ‘Prairie Buri’ pillowcase, £60; ‘Satin Dune’ fitted sheet, £199; ‘Satin Dune’ flat sheet, £249; ‘Amar’ bedcover, £375, all by Calvin Klein, from Harrods. ‘Ics’ table, £696, by Mattia Fossati, for Porada. ‘No. 192’ cutlery, from £350 for set, by Thomas Feichtner, for Jarosinski & Vaugoin. ‘Carrara’ plate, £29; teacup and saucer, £49, all by Bodo Sperlein, for Dibbern. Bread, from a selection, by Liberté. Breakfast negroni marmalade, A$9 (£5), by Four Pillars Gin. Condiment spoon, £8.50, by Abbeyhorn, from Twentytwentyone. ‘On the Rock’ glass, £65, by Lee Broom. ‘Wake Up’ raw, organic cold-pressed juice, C$8 (£4.50) for 250ml, by Greenhouse Juice Co
Photography: Matthew Donaldson; Interiors: Amy Heffernan; Writer: Emma Moore