BedroomScandinavian Bedroom, London

Our upholstered headboards add extra comfort and style. Our seriously supportive mattresses have premium fillings including British wool and mohair. Hide a plain divan base with our smart tailored valance.

Chichester double bed base hand-painted in Shell | Charlotte headboard in Isla Otter | Byron small pendant | Penelope scatter cushions in Isla Cranberry | Kingswood throw in Mole Grey

Inspiration for a scandi bedroom in London with white floors. —  Houzz
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Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Times Propping Up Pictures Was Better Than Hanging Them22 February 2018

Lose the yearsIf you’re concerned the artwork you want in a room tends to the traditional side, leaning it can give it a contemporary twist that makes it look just right in the scheme.In this bedroom, it’s two portraits that have been given the treatment. A slight overlap of the smaller painting onto the larger one also contributes to the modern feel. Meanwhile, the oval painting above has been hung on the wall at a level low enough to associate it with the propped pair, so the whole reads like one. A few books in front complete the pleasing group.Should you ever display books with their spines facing the wall?

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Victoria Harrison added this to These Trends Will be Hot in 2018 (According to Top UK Bloggers)5 January 2018

Goodbye Scandi, hello luxe“I think 2018 will see, if not the death of Scandi, at least it being forced to make room for a new sense of luxe and opulence that’s coming through in interiors now. “When the world outside is uncertain, we all want to come home to somewhere cosy, comfortable and safe. So I think there will be a gradual softening of those clean Scandinavian lines and sense of minimalism, for a look that’s more colourful, more luxe and more cocooning. Think velvets and textiles in jewel tones that edge towards a more maximalist feel.”Kate Watson-Smyth, Mad About the House

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Sarah Warwick added this to Velvet Curtain Ideas to Tempt You Over to the Soft Side22 November 2017

Adopt traditionDeep red velvet curtains are a classic and, in these period surroundings, they definitely look the part. How to pull off this room’s successful avoidance of quaintness? Let the curtains drape unfussily – pelmets and formal headings are out. Adding in areas of fresh, clean white, like this room’s painted floorboards and bed linen, also helps to keep things modern. Check out the paintings, too. Propping as well as hanging equals relaxed 21st century style.

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Candace B added this to Candace's Ideas26 July 2021

Mix of textures and old and new

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