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A deep sleep, day or night

In this one-bedroom apartment, the bed nook is designed for deep sleep. Completely private and with some clever lighting (and darkening) solutions, it can be used at any time of day, so for a young parent who works in shifts, there is always a cosy place to rest, no matter what time her head hits the pillow.

A grey HAUGA open wardrobe with three drawers, containing clothes and hats, set next to a grey chest with drawers.
A bed with a throw and bed linen dressed in a NÄSSELKLOCKA duvet cover and pillowcase set, with a pendant lampshade above.

Darkened cosiness for undisturbed rest

As a person who sometimes works into the wee hours of the morning, this parent must manufacture her own darkness. Thick blinds cover the windows and a rail with both lighter drapes and blackout curtains can be drawn around the entire bed, making it midnight no matter the time of day.

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A lit pendant lamp in front of a window with a half-drawn SKOGSKLÖVER roller blind and a pair of DYTAG curtains.
A bed with bedding dressed in a NÄSSELKLOCKA duvet cover and pillowcase set between a pair of DYTÅG curtains.
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Smart lighting solutions

Sometimes strong, bright direct light is needed. Other times, it’s a softer touch for tired eyes. Luckily, smart lighting delivers both, making changing the light intensity and warmth easy. One remote to control the setup makes it more luxurious with no need to hop back out of bed once snuggly tucked in.

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A white STYRBAR remote control placed on a BURVIK side table next to a bed dressed in a NÄSSELKLOCKA duvet set.
A NYMÅNE floor lamp casts light on a wall decked in FILODENDRON fabric and a bed with a NÄSSELKLOCKA duvet set.
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A person reading and eating breakfast from a breakfast tray in a bed dressed in a throw and a NÄSSELKLOCKA duvet cover.

A treat to wake up to

After a long shift engaging with people, a brief “me moment” is welcomed. This bed tray allows for just that: a rectangle dedicated to tea, the newspaper and a morsel to be enjoyed in solitude.