Bedroom / March 2, 2018 / Kaya Vincent.
Here, the impact of the rug is offset in multiple ways: “The artwork that hangs above the bedhead brings in pink and blue tones in a gorgeous ethereal print,” explains Alexandra. In addition, the wooden bedside tables add warmth, and the copper pendant lights bring symmetry and sophistication in a warm metal tone.Soft furnishings in complementary tones add the final layer, “weaving this look together to perfection.”
You can then add contrast with darker décor items such as rugs, linen and even plant pots. Additional furnishings “should complement the greenery rather than draw attention away from it (too many elements vying for attention within a space will end up feeling very busy and unsettling),” she adds.
But in the beautiful bedroom image above, Julia was styling a bed linen campaign for Sage and Clare – who specialise in vibrant, bohemian, hand-crafted homewares – “and so I decided to let the bed linen be our actual artwork”, she says.The trick here was to use “a number of styles and patterns that complement one another, rather than a prescription packet of linen.”
The bedroom is your very own personal space, made for dreaming, relaxing, and a little bit of ‘me’ or ‘we’ time.So, of course, it can be an overwhelming task searching for bedroom ideas, or even coming up with your own dream bedroom design.