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Notice anything different about bedrooms lately? Upholstered beds are everywhere. Not only can the cushy frames transform any sleeping space into a snuggle-worthy oasis, but in many cases all that fabric can help disguise eyesores, be it extra clothing storage or an old kids’ bunk. So we were overjoyed when the Citizenry, a brand widely regarded for its artisan-made textiles, announced the launch of not one but three different upholstered bed designs. 

Courtesy of the Citizenry

Starting at $2,599, each piece in the Heirloom Bed Collection is made to order by master makers in Hickory, North Carolina, and available in either a king or queen size. Each of the options is completely customizable. Start by choosing the combination of wood (American maple or walnut) and fabric (linen, leather, or a linen-cotton blend) that suits your aesthetic, and eight to 10 weeks later, you’ll be tucking yourself into a one-of-a-kind dream machine. 

Whether you’re leaning into National Sleep Awareness Month this March or gearing up for Soft Girl Spring, a bedroom refresh is a solid place to start. Shop one of these three to help you catch more z’s in style. 

Create the Perfect Cuddle Puddle

Jumping on a bed, whether you’re a kid or adult, is highly encouraged with this option (peep the pillowlike headboard). Available in luxe Belgian linen or a durable cotton-linen blend and stuffed with hypoallergenic batting, this minimalist style was made for getting cozy. 

Explore All Your Options

The most versatile choice of the three, this one offers a low or high footboard (we suggest the former if your space is on the smaller side—it’ll create the illusion of airiness). Like the Drift product, this piece is ideal for creating cocoonlike vibes, but the natural wood peeking from beyond the upholstered parts makes it a touch more dynamic.

Add a Solid Ending to Your Story

If you’ve always wanted a four-poster bed but don’t have the ceiling height for one, consider this heirloom-quality piece. Crafted to last for generations, the headboard measures a cool 56 inches tall, and the footboard is roughly 35 inches, so it will look striking in a room in need of visual interest but won’t read as oversize.