Penthouse refurbishment in London’s Financial District.Contemporary Bedroom, London

This bedroom consists of four zones; the main sleeping area with the TV hidden behind the curtain, the reading area of a very low armchair, the make-up desk area that is not visible in this shot and the dressing area.

Photographer: Philip Vile

Medium sized contemporary master bedroom in London with beige walls, carpet and beige floors. —  Houzz
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lollybluehouselollybluehouse wrote:8 November 2014
  • Yazerr
    6 years ago

    Hello. Is the carpet grey? Are you able to tell me what colour and where its' from? Thanks so much in advance.

  • lover14
    6 years ago

    hi i would also love to know what the colour of the carpet is please many thanks

m_freestyler6300Mehdi Palvaneh wrote:18 May 2018
  • Mehdi Palvaneh
    3 years ago
    what use which program?
  • Mehdi Palvaneh
    3 years ago
    help me please
magliaknitmagliaknit wrote:28 March 2015
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    The Curtain Place
    7 years ago
    These curtains are hing on a 'discreet top fix curtain track' I have them in my own bedroom
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    TG-Studio
    5 years ago

    Hi magliaknit, the curtain tracks are from Silent Gliss here with a 'wave' header to achieve the ripple fold.

penny1971penny1971 wrote:23 January 2015
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    TG-Studio
    6 years ago

    Hello,

    Bed - Flexform - Magnum

    TG

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    Mobilificio Marchese
    6 years ago

    Hey there, we have all Flexform products on our e-shop www.mobilificiomarchese.com

    Contact us for every info! ;)

aynhoaynho wrote:10 December 2014
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    TG-Studio
    7 years ago
    Hello,

    This bedside table is from Lema - Top Table



    Kind Regards,


    TG-Studio
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    Mobilificio Marchese
    6 years ago

    Hey there, we have all Lema products on our e-shop http://www.mobilificiomarchese.com/shop/gb/

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lulihome000000000000000000000000000Jules A wrote:1 December 2016
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    TG-Studio
    5 years ago

    Hi Jules A - the carpet here was chosen as it is a very neutral colour and works will with most colours/ tones.

nomes123nomes123 wrote:14 June 2016
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    5 years ago

    Hi nomes123, you could try Elvang for something similar.

rachelanywhererachelanywhere wrote:26 October 2015
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    TG-Studio
    5 years ago

    Hi rachelanywhere, you could look at Lumas or Yellow Korner for similar pictures.

amber_follisAmber Follis wrote:5 February 2015
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    6 years ago

    Hello,


    Farrow & Ball - Skimming Stone


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kirstypiekirstypie wrote:20 October 2014
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    Hello,


    Farrow & Ball - Skimming Stone


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Susannah Hutchison added this to Want to Wake Up Feeling Relaxed? Steal Tips From These Bedrooms20 March 2018

Create a viewThe actual view from your window might well be next door’s washing line or a big brick wall, so forget that and fake it with a picture instead. Choose a scenic view that you find relaxing, whether on a painting or a photograph, as seen here, and go large to really feel the benefit. Tell us…What do you think of these relaxing bedrooms? Share your ideas in the Comments section.

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Susannah Hutchison added this to How to Decorate With Neutrals in a Bedroom19 June 2017

Hang striking artworkKeeping the colour palette neutral in a bedroom provides the ideal backdrop for displaying bold art. This idea works particularly well in a space that lacks architectural features, such as this bedroom in a modern apartment, as it creates instant impact but in an unfussy way.

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Елена Амбросимова added this to What’s the Right Location for Your Bed?31 October 2016

2. Conventional wisdom says you should have a good view of the door from your bed.But actually it would also be nice if the entire bed weren’t visible from outside the open door.Humans have the same primal needs as other mammals in wanting to sleep in a secure location. This subconsciously drives us towards practical choices, such as wanting a safe distance from ‘unsafe’ objects, including doors and windows, and having a good view of any possible intruder without allowing an intruder to see us first, according to a 2010 study by Matthias Spörrle and Jennifer Stich of the University of Munich in Germany.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

marthinibene
Jennifer Stewart added this to ENTRY7 February 2022

Like the painting /photo but also the whole room is beautiful with a sense of relaxation

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