Collection by Norah Eldredge


For one of two sleeping areas flanking the main living space, Wooten placed tatami from Miya Shoji on the cork floor.
Kaz-ma holds up the charred post while the rest of the family attends to affairs at the sunken table.
Beddo, which is produced by the Danish outdoor furniture company Skagerak, means "bed" in Japanese and was designed by...
Family beds by Lorenzo Damiani for Campeggi For many, formal guest rooms are rare, but visitors aren’t.
The living space gives first priority to comfort, and furniture pieces like the sofa bed by Niels Bendtsen deliver.
Pil-low by Redesign for Prostoria Sofa beds are perhaps the quintessential transformable pieces.
In the living room, there is an iron fireplace by Danish manufacturer Aduro.
The tatami room (pictured) has mats from the Futon Company and a “Hinamatsuri” mobile adds a cheery touch.
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