Little PolgarronScandinavian Bedroom, Devon
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Channel some Scandi coolChoosing pale colours and a light wood, such as ash, birch or oak, makes for a classic nod to Scandinavian style. Although this bed is a statement piece, the layers of neutrals (not to mention bags of natural light) really play down the drama.Browse four-poster beds in the Houzz Shop
9. Carpet or hard floor?Where some people might think carpet is the perfect soft option for a bedroom floor, others prefer wooden floorboards.What’s the answer? If you’d love a warm carpet when your partner is a stickler for a hard floor, consider a huge rug instead. The large floor covering here is big enough to cover the whole of the area around the bed, while allowing the attractive floorboards to show elsewhere.Have you and your partner had a difference of opinion while designing the bedroom? Share your experiences in the Comments section.
Dream of tropical shoresFollow the lead of this room and use a brilliant accent shade to suggest the season. Coral, both as a colour and a motif, stands out against the layers of soft neutral shades for the floor, furniture and soft furnishings, and evokes faraway sun-drenched locations. Keep themed touches like these to a handful for a sophisticated result.
Frame the bedDrawing the eye to a particular feature is a clever idea in a room dominated by neutral tones. Here, the bed frame lends a sense of structure to the whole space and stops everything from merging into one.