Recreate this refreshingly crisp bedroom at the Hotel Tresanton with the following elements.
Above: Stripes and patterns.
Above: Waves Fabric from the 1930s collection of Borderline Fabrics in the UK. In the US, it is available through Classic Revivals in Boston, MA (One Design Center Place, Suite 534; 617-574-9030). You can also find Borderline Fabrics at Lucy Rose Design in Chicago.
Above: Broad Stripe 100-percent wool blankets, handwoven in Wales, are available from Melin Tregwynt. Gray and Oatmeal Stripe available for Â£83 at John Lewis. For more blanket ideas, go to 10 Easy Pieces: Wool Blankets.
Above: Coyuchi’s organic percale 100 percent cotton sheets are available in white or ivory. The 300 Percale Sheets run from $86 to $140, depending on size. For more ideas on simple bedlinen: go to 10 Easy Pieces: Simple White Sheets.
Above: Traditional Jenny Lind Table Lamps by Barbara Cosgrove; $545 at Gore Dean.
Above: One of our favorite sources for vintage pieces, Leonards New England Antiques (it’s where Michelle and Barack Obama got their bed when they moved into the White House carries an assortment of Antique Sea Chests and Boxes to use as a bedside table.
Above: Driftwood Birds by Osamu Harihara; contact Niagara House directly for information.
Above: Sophie Conran by Portmeirion Large Pitcher; $24 at Amazon.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on April 14, 2009.