There is no denying winter is officially upon us! I am sure I’m not alone when I say it‘s becoming increasingly difficult to abandon the serene, cosy haven that is my bed and brave the dark mornings that greet me with it’s cold, unwelcome embrace.
And while I admit to indulging in a few additional blissful moments in bed of late, the interior designer in me couldn’t help but wonder about the possibilities of this sacred space and how one could make it an even more perfectly dreamy place to while away the nights and lazy weekend mornings.
I love how soothing and serene minimal spaces can be. They can be like a big breath of fresh air for our ever-increasingly, over-stimulated minds. But striking a balance between achieving a minimal sense of space, rather than evoking a sense of cold is key. Introducing texture into a minimal space is a vital element if you wish to create visual warmth.
Tailored and Tufted
Wall clad bed head designs are the definition of luxury! Whether it is a crisp tufted rectangle or a unique chevron design, they would not look out of place in the most grandiose of interiors. This style of bed head invites the perfect opportunity to play with scale and proportion.
Winged and Wide-eyed
If you’re ready to hit snooze on your classic sleigh bed design, this is the upgrade you’ve been waiting for! A personal favourite of mine is the winged back bed head as they offer the perfect balance of classic and contemporary.
My name is Demi and I am a velvet addict. Whether it is in red cake form or a luxurious bed head, I have an obsession. A velvet bed head provides the perfect canvas to soften a space, playfully but always gracefully reflecting natural or mood lighting by adding some shimmer and glamour both day and night. No bed is complete with out a touch of velvet luxe!
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