By Eileen Bird. Bedroom. Published at Tuesday, June 13th, 2017 - 09:30:15 AM.
Scandinavians have a real appreciation of natural, raw materials, from ceramic, clay, wood and stone to tactile linen, wool, felt and fur. Floors and walls are neutral in colour, whether it’s a dark ceramic floor to contrast against pale walls, or wooden floorboards that have been whitewashed or polished to bounce light around a room. Window treatments are simple and pared back to let in as much light as possible.
Industrial bedrooms exude calm and cool. Exposed brick walls, iron finishes and unpolished floors carry the creativity of the artist – and what better way to experience the house-in-an-old-factory vibe than in the place you sleep? These forty industrial bedrooms show the scope and stretch of the industrial genre, coupled with soft and playful finishes.
A classic bed and painted furniture combine with contemporary accessories to create a successful eclectic aesthetic that balances traditional and modern design. Versatile and beautiful, wood is one of the most widely used materials in a Scandinavian scheme. Use rustic details and earthy colours to make an urban bedroom welcoming and inviting. The mysticism of northern folklore meets pale timbers, sleek lines and beautifully simple shapes.
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