This bed stood out in a rather cluttered assortment of sets. I have seen many a brass bed frame, but something about the ivory ceramic cylinders gives this bed a special flavor. Just wanted to give it a shout out.
I should really like this leather headboard, but something is off about it. It's so droopy and poorly wrapped. The whole things just seems sloppy.
Last night I watched the first episode of Madame Secretary, and I think it is off to a strong start. It's House of Cards meets Scandal, but with just enough Homeland that I might learn something.
But plot points aside, the best moment was when we got a glimpse of this over-sized upholstered headboard. The style of this piece would typically not draw me in, but the scale makes it all better.
UPDATE (Sept 12, 2015):
This short post has turned out to be one of the most popular posts on the site because people really respond to this bed when they watch the show, so I have done some googling, and located the bed (or at least a version so similar that it will do).
I know I just wrote about the show Finding Carter, but I have more to say.
Carter's chalk headboard must be the envy of all teens (and people who wish they were still teens). It reminds me of the headboard that Joseph Gordon-Levitt had in 500 Days of Summer.
I was planning on posting lots of other pictures of chalk headboards, but most of the ones on the internet are really phoning it in. Although, I do like this one:
I appreciate the crown moldings and I like how the bed on the right uses an actual chalk board as a headboard.
Although, the fact that they did chalk rugs exposes these pictures as styled rooms and not actual functioning bedrooms. I have a feeling that this was a catalog shoot for Anthropologie (just a hunch).