By Taylor Bell. Bedroom. Published at Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 - 04:55:35 AM.
The simplicity of the decor lets the architectural features shine. Low bed frames are commonplace in Scandivian design and work well to maximise space. Mix mid-century and Scandi buys for a cool and classic scheme. Choose sharp geometric designs for bed linen and throws and blend a few glass and pale-wood pieces into the mix.
Your bedroom should be a place you can luxuriate in, so fill it with irresistible colours and textures. Pick furniture upholstered in tactile materials like velvet and silk for a sleeping area fit for a Maharaja. Choose colours inspired by precious stones like ruby, emerald, sapphire and topaz. A winged bed frame is a grand statement piece and will set the tone for a whole room.
Attic bedrooms are the ideal way to create more room (we’re talking actual extra rooms) in a family home at a time when space is at a premium in the modern home. While building upwards, extending or converting dead space is a great solution, it does result in rooms with angled or pitched ceilings, which can pose an interesting design puzzle.
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