Early Risers and Night Owls Will Love These 11 Expert-Approved Bedroom IdeasWords by Olivia Lidbury
Swaddling might be for babies, but we all crave that cozy and calm feeling in a bedroom.
Mostly, it’s habits which dictate function: for early risers, a light-filled and airy scenario might just be the tipping point that lures them out of bed before dawn to tackle the day. For night owls, it’s all about feeding the decadence of staying up naughtily late, with moody colors to extend sleeping hours when they finally come. And let’s not forget the bookworms who seek the ultimate in comfort (above all, good lighting and a comfortable headboard) to spend a restful few hours with a good read.
Not sure what role you want your bedroom to perform? A one-on-one consultation with our Experts will dig deep on personalization, and throw up plenty of ideas for curating your version of the ultimate sleep chamber. For now, here are a few starter ideas…
Focus on Soft Textures
This serene setting by Nicholas Obeid is an invitation to wile away a lazy weekend morning with a book and coffee on repeat. Tearing yourself away from the enveloping hold of this super-size headboard would be a wrench, but the plush floor covering underfoot would certainly take the edge off.
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Go Big or Go Home
This Soho loft scenario by Augusta Hoffman proves that you don’t need a traditional country house to revel in a four-poster bed. Masterfully celebrating urban elements alongside softer, organic touches, the result is an irresistible filter away from the buzz of city life.
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Wrap the Room in Linen
Set the Mood for Sleep
Embrace the Power of Symmetry
Try the Mutest of Tones
Create Tension Through Textures
Wondering how to blend the old with the new? Embrace the clash like Jenna Lyons did in her own bedroom. An unexpected backdrop of wood and marble helps too, as does connecting the windowless space and light-filled ensuite bath with glass doors for an enhanced feeling of space.
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