We all know that our bedrooms are about so much more than just providing a place to rest. This is because our bedrooms offer us the perfect private space to try out some fun design ideas and really let our imaginations run riot.
So once you’ve finally mastered the art of sleeping through a warm summer night, then why not implement one of these cool bedroom designs that are proving to be big news in 2017.
Simple Scandinavian minimalism
There are few ways to get a look that’s contemporary and cosy as much as embracing some recent Scandinavian trends. This is a look that manages to provide us with plenty of modern comforts whilst introducing a touch of hygge for comfort, so don’t be shy of featuring plenty of soft textures and mesmerising candles!
Whether that means giving your bedroom walls a whitewash and implementing a few mid-century modern charity shop furniture finds, or even just getting one of those lovely armadillo lampshades, it will all add a touch of sophistication without feeling too sterile.
Grey is the new black
If clean white walls aren’t your thing, then think about how grey can add a touch of grandeur to your bedroom without making the room feel too weighty. This calming colour has become a hit amongst interior designers as it is endlessly classy and can be contrasted against brighter tones for a dramatic effect.
it doesn’t just have to be our walls that can feel the benefit from soft grey hues, as some of the grey beds featured at the Bedstar website show how this shade can be used to great effect in our bedroom furniture. And what’s particularly handy about grey, is that unlike than black or white, it tends to mask any dirt fairly effectively!
Accessories with a Highlands twist
It’s also good to see how various Scottish aesthetics are maintaining their popularity in interior design in 2017. Whilst the Highland trend has been around for a while, it has enough flexibility to change throughout the seasons.
Whether it’s introducing a few subtle tartan patterns in your soft furnishings to add a touch of warmth for the upcoming months of autumn, or even having a kitsch faux deer head on your wall, it will all add a touch of homely character to bedroom.
But that doesn’t mean that you have to turn your bedroom into a Highlands log cabin, as by mixing tartan with bold shades in soft furnishings and the cool simplicity of a grey bed, we can get a look that’s original and comforting in equal measure.