Since we first got word that Rick Owens–designer of all things favored by People’s Rev staffer Andrew Mukamal, would be transforming New York City’s Salon 94 for a furniture exhibit we’ve been musing on how his at times brutal aesthetic would translate to the bedroom. With his past work as guide, at first we assumed, black leather drapes, a gothic color palette and the requisite skull staring at you from the nightstand. But never the predictable sort, Owens gave us a Pavane fit for a Princess–albeit a dead one. In case you too have been wondering what that looks like, take a peek inside. Said to be inspired by Owen’s own home in Paris the contemporary quarters feature a grave, low-lying bed, as well as an elongated chaise and a duo of horned tables. Part stern modernism part strangely luxurious, it’s probably not exactly the sort of place you imagine Sleeping Beauty laying down to catch a couple of winks. But as we’ve, Owens is loved for his ability to imbue objects with a sense of beautiful danger. And what’s darker than the headboard as headstone.
Via Focus On Style