Contemporary BedroomContemporary Bedroom, London

Inspiration for a contemporary bedroom in London with white walls and medium hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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ravie64 wrote:25 May 2015
  • ddrohan
    4 years ago


    Can you please let me know where you got the yellow bed throw? We ordered something similar online and have just been told that it has been discontinued.

    Thanks, Dave

  • streifinger
    4 years ago
    Yes I'd like to know where I can buy the yellow bedding please

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Victoria Harrison added this to Sliding Pocket Door Ideas You're Going to Love11 September 2017

Make them invisibleIf you want to minimise the impact of a connecting door, or ‘hide’ a wardrobe or bathroom beyond, then a set of plain pocket doors like these, designed to slot discreetly into a contemporary room scheme, is a neat solution. Choosing flat-panel doors with recessed handles, and taking them right up to the ceiling, will create a super seamless finish when the doors are pulled right across.

Jo Simmons added this to 10 Things Organised People Do First Thing in the Morning21 March 2016

Make the bedNo self-respecting organised person can leave the house without first making the bed. Time for airing is factored in, by turning the duvet down as soon as the bed is vacated, then it’s ready to be made just after breakfast. This is a worthwhile habit to acquire: a neatly made bed gives a room a feeling of order and invites you to snuggle back in at the end of the day.Find the right people to help with your project in the Houzz Professionals Directory.

Sophie Baylis added this to How to Choose the Perfect Bedding16 September 2015

Silk duvetsNaturally hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites (the most common cause of skin irritations and allergies), silk is ideal for eczema and asthma suffers. A silk duvet also stops you from overheating or getting too cold at night so promotes cleaner, fresher sleep.‘We only use long strand ‘AA’ grade mulberry silk, which is the highest-quality silk available,’ says Corinne Loric of Gingerlily. ‘Silk regulates body temperature by wicking – or pulling – moisture away from the skin to prevent it from perspiring. Unlike other materials, silk traps air next to the body before releasing it to adjust to the ambient temperature of the room.’

What Houzz users are commenting on:

ttilford added this to Master Bath12 April 2020

Virtually disappears pocket door

Julia K. added this to Julia's ideas21 March 2020

bright colour; contrast; geometric design on wall

HU-252637477 added this to My ideas2 January 2020

Pocket door open close to middle not side.

LC Potash added this to Bedroom22 October 2019

Pocket door for closets - invisible

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