Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-11 05:18:41. The bedroom is a retreat. A place for relaxation, pampering and most of all sleep, its walls are often forgotten in tired wallpaper and outdated skirting boards. Make your bedroom inspirational with a new look – an exposed brick wall. Beautiful when distressed, there’s no need to fear their instantly-stylish and hardy exteriors. Give your room a Scandinavian twist, with a full brick wall behind the bed in red. Make your headboard one of brick, in natural, distressed or painted tones. Make your brick a feature wall in an eclectic room, levelling up to a rich and personal design. Take a look at our top forty brick picks.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 07:59:14. Textures take centre stage in this modern glamour bedroom. Geometric-patterned wallpaper harks to a quilted duvet with silver lining. Draped lights and alternating blinds add detail to block furniture. The little things can make a bedroom. Nine hanging sketches, a black mannequin and striped rug add personality, without overwhelming the space.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 07:59:31. Simplistic in frame, this black stencil poster matches thin, elegant joinery lines. A thicker, futon-style steel frame creates a cube design, reflecting the black lines of a reclining chair and bedside tables. Propped up a little higher, this black four poster makes an impact clothed in simple bedding. Using grey is a point of difference for this charcoal beauty. The bed frame sits separate to the main structure, allowing headboards to join and the frame to create a larger look.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 07:59:42. Make the most of a curved skylight with a white brick wall underneath. This beautifully-lit room sets the scene with an abstract painting, oscillating wooden floor patterns and an easel to the side. The hipster would love this bedroom centred around distressed white brick. Paired with a ladder leading to a deconstructed wardrobe, its canvas chandelier marks a sleeping space beside a deerhide and record collection. A triangle marks the spot, in this brick feature wall marked with pure white. Set in an attic space, a low-lying bed draws the eye with a grey throw and black bedside lamp.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-11 06:34:08. Let’s start with something out of the ordinary! Two sturdy concrete pillars perfectly frame the bed and the gorgeous geometric mosaic that backs the headboard. Bold disc-shaped impressions give even more depth to this eye-catching interior wall. The combination of rugged finish and smooth geometry, Amazing! This material is unlike any other – translucent concrete gains its ethereal properties from embedded optical fibers that easily transmit light through an otherwise impenetrable material.
Mignonette Bedrooms, 2017-10-11 06:33:43. A thin stencil creates a four poster harking back to Japanese-style, futon dreaming. A little thicker but still to the floor, this king poster bed relaxes a room of minimal features. A higher frame hangs geometric Chinese lanterns and a smaller, fabric-made bed. Using distressed materials adds an industrial feel, exacerbated as steel hover lamps peek through the sides of the frame.
Tiffanie Bedrooms, 2017-10-14 07:59:36. Star Night Light For Kids & Babies: Combine a night light and dance prop, in this star LED kids can carry in their hands. Glowing in multi-colour, use its USB charging cable to bring its joy to the car. Moon-Shaped Wall/Ceiling Light With Phases: This remote-controlled night light takes your toddler through 12 phases of the moon. Hang it on the wall, or stand it on their bedside table, for a night time trip to the stars.
Tiffanie Bedrooms, 2017-10-11 06:33:57. While low beds are famously associated with Japanese design, they‘re beginning to catch on in modern design circles - and for those whose knees can handle them, low beds have several benefits. First, starting the day with a deep stretch and mild workout can get the blood pumping to fight off grogginess, and the cool temperature near the floor is a major plus for hot sleepers. Some small bedrooms can gain a sense of spaciousness from a low-profile look. And if storage isn‘t a concern, removing empty space means one less place for dust to settle. Check out the inspirational beds below for even more reasons to consider going low!
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