House-in uses twigs in their room styling *cringe cringe*, and you know what – I can forgive them for that because their bedroom set design is
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my first thought was that it’s a tv table a la israeli/european tv tables meant for a living room. but with a tv placed that low in a bedroom, you’d never be able to see it while lying in bed. so i don’t know. plus, i would imagine that such a low table out of sight range in a potentiallyl dark bedroom could be a real tripping hazard. and why introduce superfluous furniture into the typically supersmall israeli bedroom anyway? and why not just replace the said superfluous table with necessary pillows 😉 ?
I was totally thinking about the tripping thing. I could see myself doing a faceplant on my way to check on the kids in the middle of the night. The less on the floor the better!
I really like that low profile furniture in the final picture. The low bed and table. It looks different, i cant really put my finger on why i like it so much!
Really like the first bed with the head support with built in shelves around the sides to put things on & on top, like a window ledge.
I like the look of the low bed & table in the last shot but my back wouldn’t for sure!