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New Beds from Charles P. Rogers

If you're looking at a 2013 makeover for your bedroom, look no further than replacing a tired bed with something fresh and exciting. We learned that Charles P. Rogers, bedmaking experts since 1855, has just launched three new beds, and if you could put three beds into one bedroom, we'd recommend that very course of action (each one is a different kind of gorgeous)! The Tansy bed (top photo) boasts a micro-suede, tufted headboard with impressive height that will make your bedroom the epitome of elegance. 

Providing a more masculine profile, the rich vintage leather covered Raul platform bed (above) is contemporary and sculptural.

Finally, the Elizabeth bed (above) is an elegant British look that features tufting in the headboard and a shirred edge that extends down from the headboard to the detail-lovely rails. 

We also found out that Charles P. Rogers has just introduced two new finishes for their popular Pavillion platform bed, linen (shown above) and vintage brown


New LED Lighting Brings the Future into Your Home

(My New Flame by Ingo Maurer)Janet Ramin - In case you’re wondering, the lighting of the future is HERE now. You’ve already heard of it – those tiny little lights that can be embedded into just about anything – called LEDs or light-emitting diodes. You may also be wondering: yes, I’ve seen light fixtures with LEDs, but they’re still not that common and most of my favorite lights still don't use LEDs. 

Well, in just a few years that will change as manufacturing and production ramp up and convert their machinery to creating light fixtures that use LEDs. 

One of the cutting-edge lighting designers that use LEDs is German designer, Ingo Maurer. Above is his latest My New Flame light fixture that represents those old-fashioned candles but now re-imagined into a modern LED light. Just think about it: no more candle wax drips, no more accidental burns! Each My New Flame light fixture contains 128 tiny LEDs that together become an image of a flickering flame. Below is a show-stopping chandelier version of his LED candle fixture – called Candles in the Wind

(Candles in the Wind by Ingo Maurer)

Designer John Niero from Just Not Normal took a flexible approach to his LED light. He used silicone, a zipper, and LEDs to create his Zipper Luminaire. When zipped, the moldable silicone becomes a cylinder and can stand on a table. Unzip it and the light can hang on the ceiling or a wall. The Zipper Luminaire has also the potential to be combined into a large light by just zipping them together.

(Zipper Silicone Luminaire, courtesy of Just Not Normal) 

Interested in learning more about lighting? Take a look at Sheffield School's Complete Course in Interior Design. At Sheffield, you will learn how to transform a space, create color schemes, and select furniture, lighting, and accessories.