2017’s must-follow bedroom trends
It doesn’t matter how much time you spend in the bedroom – whether you’re an early bird or a night owl, how you arrange this space can be a deciding factor in how well you can relax in your own home. You can make your bedroom your favourite place to be pretty easily – here are a couple of the latest bedroom trends you should try out.
The biggest tip most designers are handing out this year is that you should experiment. Be bold – forget about any rules and spread your wings. Mix and match things that you may not believe will work together, and keep changing things up until you find your winning combination. It’ll be easier than you think – adding a surprising bit of colour or print can really add a nice, cosy touch to your bedroom
Bedheads are all the rage this year. A piece that once went out of style is now making a comeback as the perfect, eye-catching focal point for your bedroom. If you choose the right type for your interior, you can really bring out the character of your room. Try different colours and patterns and, as mentioned earlier, don’t be afraid to experiment. Even the fabric can make a great difference as it will help enrich the texture of your room.
As the general trend is mixing and matching, the same holds true for bedside tables. Ideally, it’s a good idea to use two different tables for the opposite ends of your bed, but if you already have two identical ones, then you can still achieve that effect by placing two different lamps or any other accessories that will shake things up a bit and break the room’s symmetry. It’s also a good idea to experiment with bedside tables that combine two different types of material – such as marble and timber. A general tip to remember is that it’s a good idea to have a classic piece of furniture as a base and combine it with quirky, fun accessories.
As the warmer months are approaching, it’s important to keep things light. This season, layers are in. Use a broad variety of colour and texture from the very foundations of your bedroom – the rug on the floor. Combine clashing sheets with pillowcases for a wonderfully cosy mishmash of colours andtextures