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Sweet Dreams

By Babs Rodriguez

Of all the ways we transform our houses into homes, furnishing a bedroom is perhaps the most mindful. Our most private room, the place we go to dream is where we return to our most vulnerable, childlike selves. With comfort top of mind, the design choices we make for our sleeping space illustrate feng shui at its most intuitive. Decide what you need to let go of the day’s cares and make those long winter nights therapeutic.

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The 10-pelt Premium Australian Sheepskin area rug may speed up your nightly sheep count, $1,095; Overland.

The Addie side table in Brushed Pewter is the perfect place to park a boudoir nightcap, $1,000; Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

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The name says it all. The Nest Bed is not only comfortable but offers easily accessible storage, removable slipcovers in fabric or leather, and a foam-padded headboard. Nesting perfected, in sizes full to California king, from $3,195; Design Within Reach.

Every bedroom begs a bench. Only the most indulgent ones showcase handcrafted alder wood covered in tufted velvet with gilded marble inlays. The
Elisa Haute House bench, $1,599, is sold exclusively by Neiman Marcus.

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Let essential oil transport you to dreamland and use the Vitruvi diffuser to make short work of the trip. The ceramic aromatherapy diffuser streams oil-infused steam. Shown in Terracotta, $119; Gifted and Nordstrom.

For the same reason that swaddling soothes babies, a weighted blanket promotes deeper sleep. The Bearaby Cotton Napper is hand-knitted of organic cotton for the gentlest of embraces. Shown in Midnight Blue. Choose from weights of 15, 20 and 25 pounds, $249-$279; West Elm.

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If you miss a bedtime snuggle toy, having bedroom seating that hugs you back might be the next best thing. The Snugg Chair’s faux fur ups the cuddly factor, and overstuffed cushions invite settling in. Shown in Big Bear Cream, $899; Arhaus.

Philippe Malouin designed the Arca Portable Lamp for Matter Made. A powerful LED module stays on task for reading in bed or — when running on its battery — the bath. Packs flat to become a traveling companion ready to illuminate bedrooms not your own, $275; mattermade.us.

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RESOURCES

Arhaus The Shops at Clearfork, 5101 Marathon Ave., Fort Worth, 817-377-0074, arhaus.com Design Within Reach NorthPark Center, 8687 North Central Expressway, Dallas, 214-987-1465, dwr.com Gifted The Foundry District, 212 Carroll St., Fort Worth, 682-250-5963, giftedftw.com
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams The Shops at Clearfork, 5001 Ozona Blvd., Fort Worth, 682-312-6220, mgbwhome.com Neiman Marcus The Shops at Clearfork, 5200 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, 817-738-3581, neimanmarcus.com Nordstrom NorthPark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway, Dallas,
214-231-3900, nordstrom.com Overland Sundance Square, 115 W. 2nd St., Fort Worth, 817-820-0701, overland.com West Elm Crockett Row at West 7th, 2869 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, 817-810-9078, westelm.com