By Leonce Nathanael. Bedroom Design. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 17:26:27 PM.
Get into the Nordic way of life with relaxed, uncomplicated style. Keep the walls mostly bare with an all-white scheme for a fresh and uplifting backdrop. You only need a few pieces of mismatched furniture to continue this simple scheme. Then add character with colourful fabrics, easy artwork, a fun garland that steals the show and warming velvet curtains.
Mix sleek designs with deep blue for a bold look. Moody blues, soft white linen and oversized checks make a comforting combo. Opt for simple, design-led furniture with an Ercol influence – keep an eye out on sites like eBay and Gumtree for original pieces going for not very much. There’s nothing like clambering into soft, crinkly linen sheets at the end of the day. Pile on extra warmth with check and faux fur throws. Run translucent voiles behind black-out curtains to maintain privacy and let in light.
On-trend grey is fast becoming the ‘new magnolia’ and seems to be everyone’s colour of choice when it comes to decorating. High-street and designer outlets have cottoned on to this and are bursting with grey in all its multiple gradations and across every conceivable product the only difficulty will be deciding what’s right for you.
A hotel chic bedroom is the ultimate escapism. Retreat from reality into a grown-up scheme of warm neutrals and high-end touches. Fine textiles are at the heart of this smart scheme. Add a plush headboard and divan bed laden with pillows and throws in tactile fabrics like linen, cotton and satin. A buttoned footstool is a stylish touch to hold additional blankets ready for chilly nights. Lattice-panel art hung above the bed suggests that far-flung glamour of a Moroccan riad. Close your eyes and dream you’re tucked away from the bustle in a tranquil hideaway. Add drama to a rich and indulgent backdrop of biscuit, coffee and cream with sophisticated black trimmings and sturdy dark wood furniture.
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