/Image/ Architectural Digest, Photographed by Eric Piasecki/
There are pagoda beds, and then there are PAGODA beds. Mario Buatta, never shy, showcases a highly architectural sleeping style in this Southampton home featured in Architectural Digest. Silvered, no less. Bed clothes by Pratesi and D. Porthault. Curtain fabric by Brunschwig and Fils. Dreams of the Forbidden City by Mario Buatta.
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Just... stately. Wow, what a wonderful combination of everything. I love how the Pagoda bed adds a little wrinkle (no pun intended)to the room when paired with more classical American style pieces.
This is awesome!
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