Bedroom / June 24, 2018 / Celine Guajardo.
As our regular readers know by now, there’s an entire belief system dedicated to the way colours make us look and feel, called ‘Colour Psychology’. Red happens to be one of the basic colours (along with blue and yellow), and it is one that immediately catches the eye.
Alongside their wellbeing benefits, Alana says, “plants can help create a sanctuary; a place to relax, unwind and recharge after a long day on the clock.”
Most of the time, staying in a fancy hotel isn’t about the delicious food or the beautiful views from the window/balcony – it’s about the bedroom. That crisp, freshly laundered, clutter-free bedroom that immediately relaxes one upon entering.
Their latest bedroom series consists of two different lines, the more industrial-style Taiga and classic mid-century modern Culla. The frames are made from wood — where Taiga has metal accents, and Culla has a fine finish. Both feature full, queen, and king frames, as well as matching nightstands and dressers.