Here's some news from the folks at Interior Define: the Chicago based retailer known for their highly customizable sofas are now moving into a new room in the house—the bedroom. The company recently launched their first three styles of customizable beds.
The platform (no need for a boxspring!) beds, which debuted in mid May, include the wraparound, shelter style Oliver, the transitional Harper, and the minimal, modern Gray. Each of the beds come in queen and king sizes and can be customized with high (40 to 54 inches) or low (30 to 40 inches) headboards and any of Interior Define's catalog of 70 fabric options. The Harper and Oliver have ten different leg choices, from wood and brass to square or round tapered.
The low slung Gray sits on the floor, fitting in with the trend of shrinking bed heights. Of this downward progression, we've said, "you don't need much else going on in a room if you commit to this one striking piece of furniture. It's decorating gold for those of you that don't want to do a ton to pull your bedroom design scheme together." (Though, it's definitely not the first time in history low beds were popular; wood platforms found in ancient Egyptian tombs weren't very high off the ground, though they did come with some interesting headrests.)
Interior Define mentions that even more customization is possible beyond the options on the site—customers just need to communicate what they're looking for.
The beds are available online and at Interior Define's showrooms in Chicago and New York.
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