Layering Styles in the Bedroom
Whether you’re reworking an antique dresser, exploring traditional patterns on upholstery or wallpaper or using paint ideas with a heritage feel, layering multiple styles and influences in your bedroom is an effective way to create a richly pleasing space.
Adding a bold print on the headboard is another great way to make this room more interesting. Consider a patterned fabric like this velvet from Ecosa (opens in a new tab).
2. The European Sophistication
From front-door “vestibules” for no-contact home delivery to a quarantine room and school room, this four-bedroom demonstration house (opens in new tab) has everything you’d need during a pandemic. But is it a comfortable place to relax and unwind?
A riot of color and pattern, this Sydney Federation home’s main bedroom celebrates inventive fabric combinations, antique furniture pieces and smart art. With deep reddish browns and terracotta hues, they’re inspired by the colors of earth and nature.
Gone are the days when a trio of prints hung demurely on a white wall would do the trick. In 2023, it’s all about bold oversized artwork that commands attention and imbues a space with a distinct personality reflective of the owner’s taste. With paint trends embracing more heritage feel and more people seeking second-hand treasures, exploring multiple styles and design influences in your bedroom will create a richly satisfying scheme. It’s a great way to ensure your bedroom is as unique and individual as you are.
3. The Coastal Retreat
When it comes to designing coastal retreats, there are a number of key considerations to take into account. Unlike the bold blues and nautical stripes of many beach-themed homes, the coastal retreat style relies on natural whites, stone tones and pebble greys that exude calm and relaxation.
Grassy sand dunes and calming tides influence the materials used throughout this home – from the outdoor patio flooring to the master bedroom suite. A textured ottoman, raw timber dining table and woven coffee table add to the overall feeling of the space while being both durable and practical.
A large window opens up this space to the garden, bringing in plenty of sunlight and fresh air. The door chest creates a charming cottage feel with its white finish, wood knobs and bun feet. The seven storage drawers have durable English dovetail joinery. Our Coastal Retreat bedding is digitally printed to feature sea images and patterns, creating a relaxing atmosphere in the room.
4. The Urban Retreat
People are increasingly seeking a connection with nature, a phenomenon known as Biophilic Design. This trend is reflected in interiors and the Urban Retreat collection from Interface is an elegant solution for built environments to bring nature inside.
Urban Retreat features three distinct patterns that evoke different aspects of nature. Orderly grids and understated cord motifs are mixed with eccentric textures reminiscent of Lichen on stone walls or the bark of an old tree. Mixing these patterns accentuates differences in scale, volume and movement for a unique look.
The carpet tile collection also features a neutral palette of eight colorways, allowing imaginations to run wild. This hardwearing carpet is ideal for heavy traffic areas and provides a durable solution that will stand the test of time.