Kilburn ParkScandinavian Bedroom, London
Photo by Nathalie Priem
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Add a hint of blueFor extra interest, don’t just stick to plain grey. Here, a gentle blue-grey wall works again as a background for minimal artwork and gives an extra layer to the shades of grey on the bedding.Although the blue adds character to the grey and white scheme, it could have lacked warmth without the earthy tones on the bedside table, vase, candle and flowers. With these few additions, the cool space becomes a cosy sanctuary.Kit out your sleepspace with bedroom décor from the Houzz Shop.
Change the focusRather than pattern and colour coming from an upholstered headboard, a display of artwork can fulfil the same role. This collection has been hung with a bare minimum of space between the frames – which are all in the same style – to make the selection work as an impactful and cohesive whole. To avoid head clashes, a grouping of art needs to be hung higher than you might plan it when it’s not above a bed. Like the idea of changing the display frequently? Fix a picture shelf above the bed to show off your artworks instead.