Today we are looking at the most important piece of furniture in our bedrooms—the bed. The bedroom is our temple, our sanctuary away from work and the demands of society. For that reason, it is imperative that our beds match our personalities and of course, our needs. From modern to classic, romantic to purist, there are countless different styles, not to mention various materials, sizes and colours to suit our needs and wants. Our experts from Living It Up offer an extensive range of bedding options. Take a look..
Modern and bold yet whimsical and chic, this bed caters to the more adventurous spirits out there. Orange is quite an easy colour to match; typically speaking, it only clashes with certain shades of red. The cushioned headboard is luxurious and stylish at the same time. With that as the base colour in your palette, you have the freedom to mix and match bold textures and patterns or keep the room fresh and minimalist. As you can see, the experts have employed a wide range of timber finishes to the various furnishing around the room. Testament to the versatility of this style.
Four poster beds have made a huge resurgence in the past year. Once considered extremely outdated and over-the-top, many designers have reintroduced a new and trendy take on a once classic and regal bed frame. The black lacquered posts add dimension and help to 'frame' the room—standing proudly out from the white walls and pale floorboards. This bed is for those who like to make an on-trend statement, but still retain a little vintage charm from the past.
A low lying bed is perfect for those dedicated to recreating minimalism. With clean lines and simple geometry, the bed speaks in volumes for itself. Keeping the rest of the furnishings simple enables such a look to take place without looking sterile and cold.
Woodgrain furniture isn't just limited to treasure chests and expensive couches. Why not extend such a look to the bedroom? This bed oozes luxury and minimalism with its clean shape and polished finish. The natural colour allows for much artistic freedom in terms of pairing tones for soft furnishings; you are not limited only to beachy tones or muted cream and beiges.
A cushioned headboard, no matter what the fabric or colour always looks elegant and comfortable. If those two words describe the perfect bedroom for you, then you need not look any further. A gentle yet bold frame, acts as the perfect focal point of this bedroom and the exaggerated headboard gives the illusion of height.