Today’s link roundup tiptoes into some of the more beautiful bedrooms around the web, giving us dreamy points of inspiration from which to feather our own nests.
Next, Design*Sponge gives us a delightful peek into a simple yet quirky California home built by Walt Disney for his artists in the 1920s and now inhabited by a freelance designer:
Design mecca NOTCOT brings us a special post sponsored by Mercedes-Benz, focusing on geometric lighting — the chunkier, most angular of the collection are a perfect counterbalance against the soft, fluffy bedding of traditional boudoir fittings:
Elsewhere on the web, FresHome shares a peek inside the Graffiti House built in Peru by Gomez de la Torre & Guerrero Arquitectos – an arresting display of art deco angles and color combinations…
…and last but not least, the LEED Gold-certified Waldorf Towers hotel offers a sustainable and all-around eco-friendly place to lay your head if you’re ever in Miami; read up on their ongoing efforts in favor of the environment at Inhabitat.