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sneak peek best of: bedrooms (part 3)

by Grace Bonney

Today is the third and final installment of my “Best of Bedrooms” roundups (here are Part One and Part Two, in case you missed them). I had so much fun building this particular series because bedrooms, to me, are the most personal rooms a person can share, and I’m so grateful that all of these artists and designers were kind enough to allow us into their homes. Thanks, everyone!

Image above: I love D*S editors Ryan and Alissa’s chic gray bedroom.

Image above: Gemma Ahern’s sophisticated and dramatic English bedroom.

Image above: Angela Hardison’s bedroom features my favorite color combination: yellow & gray!

Image above: Olga Naiman’s Brooklyn bedroom. I love the cinder blocks as dual bed legs and shoe storage.

Image above: Dave Alhadeff’s pink Brooklyn bedroom.

CLICK HERE for 15 more beautiful bedrooms after the jump!

Image above: More of Dave Alhadeff’s pink Brooklyn bedroom.

Image above: Nina Gotlieb’s bedroom.

Image above: Jill and Jason’s green San Francisco bedroom.

Image above: Helen Palmer’s sunny bedroom.

Image above: Halligan and Adam’s Philadelphia bedroom.

Image above: Karen Gelardi’s bedroom in Maine.

Image above: A playful bedroom in Emily Henson’s home.

Image above: Erika and Patrik’s striped bedroom.

Images above: Bedrooms in Lynda Gardener’s Australian home.

Images above: Bedrooms in the lovely EmersonMade home.

Image above: A peaceful bedroom retreat in the home of John and Joe from RIVER in Connecticut.

Image above: Another beautiful bedroom in Helen Palmer’s home.

Image above: Ellen and Abbott’s Baltimore bedroom.

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