There’s nothing in my bedroom except a bed, a crib and two side tables. I consider it a sanctuary and sacred space. I like to keep work away from my bed, which means no notebooks, sketchpads or pens. I’ve learned to keep my phone away from my sleeping area too—preferably in the other room, which helps us all sleep through the night. This really helps with putting my mind at ease and ensures that I’m not checking my notifications or This story is from Kinfolk Issue Sixteen Buy Now Related Stories Fashion Interiors Issue 40 Home Tour: Lucinda Chambers Inside the west London townhouse at the heart of the British fashion establishment. Design Interiors Issue 38 At Work With: Green River Project Aaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein switched lanes from art to design, and found their true calling as outsiders in the world of interiors. Interiors Issue 36 Home Tour: Adolf Loos The Austrian architect laid the foundations for unornamented modernism. Interiors Issue 29 Archive: Valentine Schlegel Sarah Moroz charts the story of a single-minded woman whose contribution to French design is only now being appreciated. Design Interiors Studio David Thulstrup The Danish designer behind Noma’s new interiors. Interiors Issue 24 At Home With: Roberto Baciocchi Restrained in his work as an architect, Roberto Baciocchi likes to let loose at home.