This looks like a fairly cozy spot for a good nights sleep, The Masterpiece Suberb bed with the Eccleston Headboard and Divan base
A good nights sleep is a precious thing. Busy over-scheduled lives, stress and distractions can lead to sleep issues which we know are not ideal. Striving for that 6-8 hours of sleep time? A proliferation of wearable technology like the Fitbit and Up Band can aid in tracking sleep cycles, but when it comes down to it, a comfortable bed is the first place to start. A well-made bed is an investment, one that delivers results in spades for obvious reasons-- we spend 1/3 of our life in bed. With so much time spent in bed and the bedroom, the value of a restful escape is becoming increasingly important. When considering making a bed purchase what, comes along with the steep price tag of a quality mattress and bed frame? A well-made investment bed differentiates itself by the construction methods, materials used and the labor that goes into making it. This brings us to Vispring. A new entrant into the American bed and mattress market, Vispring was founded in England in 1901. Made of natural materials including Shetland Isle Wool, horsehair, silk, British Fleece Wool, and cashmere, with hand-tied coils, individually pocketed springs and hand-stitched detailing are all assembled with care, making the beds construction the epitome of luxury. Choose between a variety of headboards and bed frames with fully-upholstered box springs referred to as the Prestige Divan, Box Base or Shallow Boxbase. But how do you choose? The ideal mattress supports the spine keeping it straight with even support throughout. As many as seven mattress choices exist to find that perfect support and you can give them a try at ABC Carpet and Home in Manhattan.
To introduce these bespoke beds to the American market, Vispring held an event at High Point Market, where they invited interior designers to create mood boards around the beds. They partnered with another esteemed British brand, Farrow and Ball, and designers created a restful setting integrating wall colors. Designers Michael Berman, Francine Gardiner of Interieurs, Denise McGaha, Robert Passal and Benjamin Vandiver were asked to participate, and you can see some of the designs shown below.
A cutaway view of the Masterpiece Superb mattress reveals the layers of hand sewn four-coil springs and Shetland Wool, horsetail, cashmere and mohair fill. The five rows of stitching take six hours to sew by hand. Natural materials used tend to regulate temperature, insulate well and help reduce allergens.
Benjamin Vandiver enjoying the plush mattress with a few other event guests. He shared, "My inspiration for the mood board was Paris in October. The weather isn't particularly warm - waking up early with the windows ajar and crawling back into the most cushy bed and napping all day. In Paris, whether it's cold or warm, sexiness is always in the air."
Francine Gardiner and her "Sleep, dream, love" scheme. My Sleep Sanctuary evoked summers past among the deserted beaches of Mozambique . I love the sounds, scents, movement of the water. It brings an inner peace, a feeling of stillness and comfort. My bedroom will be muted and quiet with artwork reflecting the present and the past, electronics stored away, a luxurious sleep inducing mattress from Vispring and pure white French linens. As I love nature and all elements of nature the Farrow and Ball soft blue and grey hues bring a feeling of peace which I find nurturing."
Inspired by pattern and finishes, Denise McGaha shares her sumptuous designs-- "Inspired by dreams of the Tuscan hills, our design for Vispring and Farrow & Ball incorporates classic tones of green and gold. We also used deep navy as a backdrop to the bold prints, textures and natural greenery. Fashion is always a creative starting point for any of our designs and we channeled classic green and navy tones from the 70's as our color inspiration. We believe that a unique take on transitional design is a look that will be at the forefront of trends to come."