*코지한 분위기를 위한 다양한 소품 Our Favorite Poufs, Cushions, and Other Cozy Places to Crash

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집안 분위기를 풍성하게 만드는 쿠션 및 다양한 소품사례

In the kids’ bunk room of a family getaway near Lake Tahoe, walnut beds feature built-in storage and fabric headboards covered in hand-knit blankets by Marcela Rodriguez-Chile. A hand-embroidered Olli lounger from Heath Ceramics provides a comfy spot to relax and play. 

Photo by Matthew Williams
Originally appeared in A Family Ski Retreat That's a World Away from Cars and Cares



The copper-colored leather pouf in this renovated Berlin apartment one of 48 DIY projects featured in the book Made by Yourself by designer Peter Fehrentz, who just happens to also be the home's resident. 

Photo by Peter Fehrentz
Originally appeared in Inside Peter Fehrentz's Renovated Flat in Berlin

In a Brooklyn apartment with a focus on rich materials, woven jute cushions create the perfect perch for the resident's backgammon hobby. A vintage brass gooseneck floor lamp positioned above lights the scene. 

Photo by Matthew Williams
Courtesy of matthew williams
Originally appeared in Minimalist Brooklyn Apartment

A selection of colorful cushions invite lounging on the 1949 Edward Wormley sofa for Dunbar of textile designer Jack Lenor Larson.

A converted storefront in Toronto features a narrow living room five steps down from the kitchen. Voyage Immobile sofas are upholstered with Farniente collection upholstery by Roche Bobois, while the rug from Turkmenistan the couple picked up in Jerusalem. 

Photo by Naomi Finlay
Originally appeared in Converting a Commercial Storefront to a Home (and Studio!)


A modular Australian beach getaway features lush textiles and textures that add warmth to the space all year 'round—including an embroider pouf placed by the fire. “In the colder months we snuggle up in front of the wood stove and look out to the adjoining farms,” says the homeowner. 

Photo by Lisa Cohen
Originally appeared in A Modular Beachside Getaway in Australia

from  dwell


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