Karim Rashid Revamps the Bedroom for Huppé

Quebec-based Huppé brought on the multi-hyphenate Karim Rashid to create a bedroom collection that not only fits their bill, but falls in line with Rashid’s aesthetic. The Kosy collection brings together wood, leather, and glass, and despite what some people might anticipate from Rashid, the pieces come in neutral colors.


Full of sleek and unexpected curves, the high-end collection will help wrap you in coziness as you drift off to sleep every night.


The pieces are made of white oak, like the headboard which is then partially upholstered in a soft leather. The curved back comes up and then flattens out to create armrests while you’re leaning back in bed.


The legs are almost hidden, especially when you’re standing around the bed, giving the appearance that it’s floating.


The dressers and side tables have lacquered and acid-etched glass tops that reflect the light in the room.






Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.