We thought it only fair to throw open the doors to the W* House and share with you how we’d fit out our dream digs. From consoles to cupboards, beds to bookcases, the W* House features our favourite pieces of design from across the globe, room by room. When it comes to sharing our finds, we wanted to keep things simple, letting you furnish your house with the click of a mouse, the Wallpaper* way. 

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‘Hotel Royal’ bed

Terri Pecora / Zanotta
Price on request

American designer Terri Pecora describes her work as ‘aesthetic functionality’, and her latest project for Zanotta adheres to that credo. Her streamlined ‘Hotel Royal’ bed features a simple upholstered frame with a functional built-in side table that adds an unusual asymmetric silhouette.

Photography: Paola Dossi

’56’ daybed

Ron Gilad / Adele C
Price on request

Ron Gilad’s way with wit has long been part of the designer’s oeuvre. This visual amusement is something that is undeniable in his latest project for Italian furniture brand Adele-C. The ’56’ daybed quirkily plays with scale; it is an upholstered seat with legs that take the form of Thonet’s ’no.14’ chairs that have been shrunk and reproduced in lacquered steel.  ‘While creating pieces for Adele-C, I allowed myself the freedom to play with extreme irony and scale, while maintaining the balance between the useful and the abstract’ explains Gilad, ‘going all the way to the edge of the cliff but not jumping off.’



Piero Lissoni / Lema
Price on request

Piero Lissoni’s latest contribution to the refined ‘Lema’ collection comes in the shape of a bed with an oversized headboard that doubles as a screen or alcove. Shown here in a sensual blue velvet, it is also available in fabric and leather upholstery versions.


Rodolfo Dordoni / Flou

Italian architect Rodolfo Dordoni has envisioned this minimalist model using strong powerful materials. Created for bed wellness specialists Flou, the milky coffee hued leather headboard neatly folds and merges with the luxurious brass ends of the liner structure. Titled ’IKO,’ the tubular frame combines traditional nickel with stainless steel to produce a relaxed yet contemporary style.

Calm bed

Sebastian Herkner / Schramm
From €4300

Enclosed in its very own upholstered headboard, this crafted ’boxspring’ bed offers a private sleeping experience. A fully Germany project – designed by Sebastian Herkner for Schramm – the booth-like set up has wooden hooks and built in bedside tables contained within the stitched enclosure, producing a comfort cove in natural hues.


Roberto Lazzeroni / Flexform
Price on request

Italian designer Roberto Lazzeroni’s latest contribution to Flexform’s ever-expanding portfolio is the Icaro series, featuring a table, ottoman, bench, mirror and bed. In this small but exquisitely formed collection, one must admit that the bed is king, exemplifying the elegant simplicity Lazzeroni does well. Without reinventing the wheel, Lazzeroni approached the often-overlooked piece of furniture with an open mind, creating it out of wood and upholstered leather, with an oversized tall back and subtle decorative elements in wood. The result is an interesting composition that can appear delicate and light but with a strong presence in any room.

’Flai’ bed

Kaschkasch / Müller Möbelwerkstätten
From €699

German studio Kaschkasch comprises designers Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider. They have previously created products for companies such as Living Divani and Menu, after drawing attention at furniture fairs with their cool, effortless aesthetic. Designing everything from tables and shelving to lighting and coatracks, ’Flai’ is their inaugural bed model, produced for manufacturers Müller Möbelwerkstätten. The minimalist piece’s clean lines and harmonious style contribute to its floating appearance. A basic laminated plywood frame has five available add-ons, including a bedside table and trays made from bended metal sheets.

’Frame’ bed

Neri & Hu / De La Espada
Price on request

It’s not often that we can say we’ve met a bed with great character, but Neri & Hu’s Frame bed ticks this box. The Chinese duo’s design – created for Spanish manufacturer De La Espada – features a minimal (but exquisitely formed) wooden structure lined with padded sections. It is available in a series of finishes, both in the wood used for the frame and the fabric for the upholstery: choose from Danish walnut, American white oak or European ash for the former, and from a range drawn from the brand’s vast fabric library the latter. (Pictured here: a neat Danish oiled walnut and powder pink linen combination.) Neri & Hu are longtime De La Espada collaborators; over the years, they’ve contributed myriad furniture pieces to the brand’s collection, with seating, storage and tables all bearing their design mark.

’Joy’ bed

Claesson Koivisto Rune / Arflex

Swedish architecture and design practice Claesson Koivisto Rune’s penchant for curves is put to the test in this bed for Arflex. ‘Joy’ balances rigorous lines with sensual curves. The wooden base appears to float, thanks to the almost invisible metal feet, while the backrest features a crescent of padding. Finishes include wenge and oak stains and black and white lacquered versions.

’Contrast’ bed

Alain Gilles / Bonaldo
From €2,260

Characterised by its oversized headboard, this bed by Brussels-based designer Alain Gilles elegantly combines sumptuous upholstery with a lightweight frame. The luxurious padded headboard is offered in a variety of fabrics and leathers, while the minimalist metal frame is available in anthracite grey, white or purple.

’Shell’ bed

Vincente Garcia Jimenéz / Emmebi

Spanish designer Vincente Garcia Jimenéz’s Shell design for Italian brand Emmebi looks like a chair that has morphed into a bed - an intentional visual trick that gives it a lightweight and elegant appearance. The tubular frame of the bed is made from lacquered chromium, while the panels of the base are in plywood and the headboard comes in natural beech.

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