By Taylor Bell. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 - 08:40:25 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.
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.
Utilising an awkward space to full effect, three layered concrete panels provide the perfect canvas for a sliced-orange moon, running copper dog and metal cage accessories. Bedding completes the look by reinforcing artistic white and orange hues. This over-the-stair-top bedroom makes a haven all its own, with a typographic artwork as the centrepiece. Clever inlets in the divider provide a bedside table, while muted grey and white bedding, expanding grey walls and floorboards make the space look larger.
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