Clarendon RoadModern Bedroom, London

This bedroom had a window seat with a shallow bookshelf built in to utilise all space efficiently. There is also hidden additional storage inside the bed itself.

Photo of a modern grey and white bedroom in London with grey walls. —  Houzz
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Sagiper North America wrote:1 August 2016
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    Sigmar
    4 years ago

    It is similar to sisal, so you have to be abit careful with strong colour spillage as it is a but fussy to clean. the large weave, pattern is what makes it. however you may need to trim small tufts off it , that sticks up during the first 6 months. it was a pleasure to walk on so well worth the effort.


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    Sagiper North America
    4 years ago

    This looks absolutely gorgeous

Yana Sai wrote:8 August 2015
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    Alternative Flooring
    5 years ago

    Hi Yana Sai,

    Just seen your question on this image and hope you don't mind us replying? We offer a range of natural fibre floor coverings, such as sisal and jute which might be perfect for your needs. Take a look at our page or visit our website, www.alternativeflooring.com

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    Sigmar
    4 years ago

    This carpet is from Tim Page Carpets

Divon wrote:27 September 2015
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    Sigmar
    5 years ago

    I think sadly it is out of production but it was from la redoute

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to How to Achieve ‘Barely There’ Bedroom Storage7 May 2020

Make it multi-purposeThis clever window storage, beautifully designed by Sigmar, performs several functions.The central section features storage disguised beneath bench seating, while on the right there’s open shelving and on the left, a wardrobe. Having the open shelving visible from the seat but not the bed is a nice touch, as the view from the pillow will be an uncluttered look out of the window.Tell us… Which of these designs would work in your own bedroom? Share your thoughts – and your own discreet storage photos – in the Comments.

victoriaharrisonwrites
Victoria Harrison added this to 8 Renovation Costs You Won’t Have Factored In, But Should Have13 December 2018

Replacement carpet in adjacent roomsCarpet can sometimes be damaged in adjoining rooms to those where the work is taking place. If you’re moving internal walls around, carpet may have to be cut, for example, or if you have lots of people walking though a hallway to get to the room where work is being done, carpet can get damaged and need professionally cleaning or replacing. Laying down carpet protector film can help, but dirt has a way of finding its way around even the best protection, so keep this in mind when budgeting for cleaning costs at the end of the work.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to How to Fit a Window Seat into Your Bedroom11 December 2018

Shelve itRather than constructing a seat that goes all the way along the wall, you could use the extra space for storage. Here, the designers have built up the sides of the window seat to form a cosy alcove. On the right is a wardrobe, and on the left are open shelves.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Reasons to Choose Jute, Seagrass or Sisal for Your Floor27 March 2018

Warm up a minimal schemeThe design of this bedroom is cool and contemporary, with smooth grey surfaces and slick straight edges. To add a softer feel, the designers have chosen a sisal carpet. It gives a natural touch to the modern room and provides a soft, warm surface underfoot.

smwarwick
Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Modern Window Seats30 January 2018

Slot in shelvingOpen storage can work as well as closed cupboards in a window seat design. Bookshelves don’t require much depth to fit paperbacks, but, at a right angle to the window, can accommodate a decent number of volumes on shelves whose widths match the depth of the seat. In this small room, sticking to the same recessive colour for seat, storage and walls gives the illusion of extra space.

smwarwick
Sarah Warwick added this to How to Use Carpet for Decorative Impact23 August 2017

Turn up the contrastWool’s not the only natural fibre that can be fitted wall to wall. Plant fibres like this one make an appealing contrast to the smooth elements and straight lines of this bedroom. They still feel soft underfoot, so they’re kind to bare feet, and their natural variation is an alternative to a block of colour.Make sure you check a natural’s suitable for the area where you intend to lay it before investing. Some only work in low traffic areas, and others can be slippery laid on stairs.

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