Daywear comfy enough to sleep in
Fashion journalist Melissa Drier shares William Fan’s cozy designs.
Cabin fever for the bedroom
Have a sleepover in the Finnish countryside, wake up to Paris. A lesson in using bedroom design to whisk yourself far away.
Close your eyes to the sun
Drift off perched high above the Aegean sea.
Work hard, but rest harder
When we learn to rest actively, says a new book, we can work less – and better.
Not your usual bedroom clean-up
Galactic shaman Valerie Elster shares how to restore positive vibes to the bedroom.
Design notes from the forest floor
In central Berlin, Katja Buchholz’s space makes room for living pieces.
Bloom where you are planted
It’s an much pinned riff, but self-taught florist Florence Kennedy, chose to go the other way – blooming where she planted herself.
Why smelling with your nose is listening with your mind
The pair behind aoiro airdesign share their fragrant philosophy and the story behind the Mutabi sleep scent collection created with muun.
Joachim Bessing encounters the nocturnal traditions of the Surma people
I once accepted the invitation from a Surma chieftain to visit him and his tribe in place called Kibish, in the far south of Ethiopia at the border with Kenya.
Lena Lademann on going your own way
Where her years as a founding member of Blogger Bazaar were defined by showcasing mixed tastes, in 2017, Lena Lademann unleashes predilections that are entirely her own.
Music To Get Out Of Bed To: Six Breakfast Jams
You’re never more impressionable than during those fleeting moments right between waking up and getting ready to go out and face the world. At that point, one song can make your whole day…
Dreaming of lofts, in Amsterdam
In a world addicted to the endless scroll of online interior porn, there’s nothing like going back to old-fashioned life in 3D – where you look and you can touch.
We’ll all float on, okay
Where the 80s took sleeping on water little too literally (think the slip n’ slide effect of waterbeds), 2017 offers a more comfortable take on floating in the bedroom.
For bartmann berlin’s Lasse Schnack, modern nostalgia is no paradox
Easy, uncomplicated – comfortable. States we ‘re often chasing. Yet, getting there often calls for a little tinkering.
Why cozy is personal, according to Feng Shui
‘It’s bad Feng Shui’ – we’ve all heard this before. But beyond rattling off the golden rule – ‘Never sit with your back to the door,’ few can explain its purposes properly.
Joachim Bessing muses on nylon tights
“She’s drawn the nylon tights onto her calves, because she couldn’t afford to buy them.”
How Clarice Lam finds comfort in taking naps on the train
Home for the holidays. Somewhere I haven’t been in over a decade. Although at this point after living in 13 cities, 9 countries, and 4 continents it’s hard to tell which witch is which.
Monopol blogger Anika Meier shows us the most comfortable art for your bedroom
Art and beautiful design pieces are not always unaffordable – but why the fixation with the wall in the living room?
Dandy Diary founder Carl Jakob Haupt on cuddling and spooning
It seems the founder of Dandy Diary is someone you could spend the whole day in bed with, quite comfortably.
Sigurd Larsen tells us how he brought comfort to the Michelberger Hotel in Berlin
“Our assignment was to design rooms they would feel at home in, but still find them to be homes out of the ordinary.”
Mark de Lange, founder of Ace & Tate, on life goals and what really makes him happy
Mark De Lange founded Ace & Tate and in doing so hasn’t only made his own dream come true, but has demystified and revived an industry.
Feeling home while camping on Rugia
With their travel-loving dog called Cat by their sides, Marlen Mueller and Thomas Adler explore everything from urban rooftops in Hamburg to campsites in Italy.
The coziest spot in Warsaw
At Warsaw’s Autor Rooms, visitors get a personal introduction to Poland’s creative scene.
Joachim Bessing on nocturnal encounters and desire between friends
From a ceiling fan’s viewpoint, the camera looks down on a couple lying on their sides, back to back, legs bent like hinges so that only their backsides are touching.
Finding inspiration in the night with Stefan Marx
Stefan Marx is a dreamer. Inspired by decisive moments on the streets or in his bed, he transforms fragments of everyday life into pieces of art.
Home as a personal museum
Finding inspiration from nature – that’s exactly what Stephen Molloy and Gunnar Rönsch of Fundamental.Berlin do.
The mattress as a hiding spot
Though ‘Tanzekind’ often shares impressions from her home via her social media channels, there’s nothing quite like spending some time in bed with a person to get to know them
Books, bed and ballet – Angelika Taschen on things that comfort her
Angelika, the daughter of two booksellers, not only grew up surrounded by books, but also with the dream of becoming a ballet dancer.