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NIGHT LIFE : What will stylish bedrooms wear this season? Here are some best bets for beds: new furniture paired with the latest linens.

April 13, 1986|VIRGINIA GRAY

Left: The Southwestern look is represented by an unfinished lodgepole bed (made in Montana) paired with a Santa Fe-style bench by Miguel Lobo--all from Umbrello, West Hollywood. The bedcovers--striped pillows, shams, duvet cover--and wrapped poles, designed by Helen MacGregor for Nomad, are available, with accessories, at Umbrello.

Above: A neoclassic sleigh bed by Baker sheds its daytime cover to reveal Cannon damask sheets and pillowcases. The luxurious touch of antique lace softly turned over the top sheet echoes the ecru tones of the mohair blanket and the tone-on-tone striped wall covering. Furniture and accessories are from Barker Bros. Sheets from Bullock's. Blanket from The Linen Duck, Pasadena.

Right: Crisp, white linens are paired with Thomasville's reproduction of an 18th-Century pine four-poster in this country setting. Contrast is provided by Martex's floral-pattern bottom sheet and pillowcases with an ecru-colored background, from Bullock's. White linens, mohair throw, twig wreath and carved geese are from The Linen Duck, Pasadena. Furniture and other accessories are at Barker Bros.

Architectural and contemporary, this bedroom centers around a high-gloss black-lacquered bed from Italy. Bed linens in shades of gray--a suit stripe and a shell design by Atelier Martex--do not overpower the glamour of the bed. And a bold, graphic Amish quilt makes an art gallery out of this tailored environment. Furniture and lamps from Barker Bros. Quilt from The Quilt Gallery, Santa Monica. Sheets from Bullock's. PRODUCED BY ANA ERICKSEN

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