By Robert Hendrix. Bedroom. Published at Monday, September 25th, 2017 - 14:54:42 PM.
Industrial bedrooms can carry colour. Hanging on a stark concrete wall, a double-angled violet painting draws towards the centre. A velvet wingback adds luxury to a steel hover lamp, while a pair of lamps add steel and copper to an inviting, velvet-covered futon.
A chaise-longue is a beautiful piece of furniture that can add a little vintage style to any room, especially when accessorised with satin cushions and velvet throws. Lighting is key to creating a romantic mood. Why not add fairy lights above or around the bed to make it feel extra special and choose an ornate ceiling fitting so that even a pendant light can add its own sparkle. Fill vases with tactile feathers, twigs or silk flowers and add scented candles for a beautiful but subtle fragrance.
One of the best features of attic bedrooms is the abundance of natural light that you can utilise. Here, a massive skylight is placed directly in the centre of the roof, allowing light to reach every corner. The sense of airiness is enhanced by the built-in units, bed and storage, all of which match the pale wood floor. Add luxurious but simplistic textiles and pops of colour and this attic room achieves a sleek Scandi look.
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