Master BedroomScandinavian Bedroom, London

Loft conversion has created a master bedroom flooded with light

Photo of a scandinavian bedroom in London with white walls, painted wood flooring and grey floors. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Wildthings Interiors added this to A Practical Guide to Choosing the Perfect Blinds for Your Windows6 Jun 2016

Dress an unusual windowVertical blinds are a good solution for awkwardly shaped windows, like the one shown here. They can be pulled back, but only to the highest point, while in the closed position they can be tilted to allow various degrees of privacy. There’s a wide range of colours and patterns to choose from, but for a clean, uncluttered look, it’s better to keep it plain and simple.

Jo Simmons added this to Styling: Make a Statement with a Bold Artistic Rug24 Mar 2015

Reinvent the everydaySome familiar items from everyday life lend themselves perfectly to life as a rug. A postage stamp, for example, is the ideal rectangular shape and has already been designed to look clear, clean and iconic. It easily makes the leap from postal necessity to cool floor covering.TELL US…Do you favour a bold, artistic rug over a plain or patterned design? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

Jo Leevers added this to 10 Ways to Set Your Bedroom Style With Flooring16 Mar 2015

Put your stamp on a spaceIf you’re all about quirky wit, you won’t be wanting a bland, wheat-coloured, wall-to-wall number. A statement rug can immediately announce that you search out the unusual, followed through here in the cushions and bed frame style.TELL US…Which flooring have you chosen for your bedroom? Let us know in the Comments below.

Sophie Baylis added this to How to Find the Perfect New Bed for Your Bedroom3 Jan 2015

…or mix and match with a bedsteadOn the other hand, a slatted base with a wood, metal or upholstered frame are the features of a typical bedstead. Unlike the divan, you need to buy your mattress separately, so double check the dimensions of your bed before you do this, especially if they are not from the same manufacturer. It’s advisable to make sure slats are no more than 6cm wide or 4cm apart. This will ensure good ventilation and stop your mattress from sagging between the slats.

Joanna Thornhill Interiors added this to Rented Homes: Creative Ways to Invigorate Your Bedroom10 Aug 2014

Keep on the white sideIf you already have an all-white room, roll with it and stick to a monochrome scheme so the look feels considered, even if it’s actually just your landlord’s default colour choice. Paint any furniture, incorporate greys and blacks into your bed linen, and add a touch of fun with motif cushions and a rug to stop it feeling too clinical.

Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to 10 Ways to Create a Sleep Zone in a Small Space31 Mar 2014

Don’t be afraid to use windowsThere’s no rule that says you can’t push furniture up to a window. This bed is tucked neatly at the end of this small loft, rather than blocking the centre of the room. Vertical blinds have been made to measure for privacy and to block daylight, and the window makes a great reading light in the mornings!

What Houzzers are commenting on:

hudson morrow added this to Bedrooms6 Sep 2019

I love the gabled roof over it!

Ryan and Brittany Zitzka added this to Norbut Project Ideabook14 Mar 2019

Cool lines, cozy space with lots of natural light, painted white floors are pretty cool too

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