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Remote cottage in west CornwallCoastal Bedroom, Cornwall

Anya Rice Photography

This is an example of a medium sized coastal master bedroom in Cornwall with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to 5 Choices to Make Before You Design Your Bedroom31 March 2020

In a smaller space, table lamps could take up too much of the bedside surfaces, but there are alternatives. Here, for example, Tanya Leech has hung pendant lights either side of the clients’ bed. They free up valuable tabletop room and add an interesting design feature to the space.You could also consider wall lights, which will do a similar job.Visit the rest of this coastal cottage made light and open.

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Space-boosting Ideas to Steal from 2019’s Houzz Tours19 November 2019

Free up surfacesYou don’t necessarily have to compromise on comfort in a smaller bedroom. The owners of this space were keen to have a large bed, so interior designer Tanya Leech used a simple trick to squeeze one in. She chose small bedside tables with spindly legs that don’t take up visual space and, to keep the surfaces clear for essentials, fitted pendant lights instead of table lamps. See more of this family’s coastal cottage made light and open.

Laura Wheat added this to 7 Ways to Work Wooden Furniture into a Modern Scheme25 March 2019

Dabble with midcenturyGive a nod to the 1950s with retro-inspired bedside tables in a warm walnut colour. Darker wood helps to take the twee out of milky pastels, adding a harder edge.The simple, open shape of the tables in this scheme helps to maintain the line of sight to the wall and reduce visual bulk – a handy trick to keep in mind for smaller bedrooms.

Sarah Warwick added this to Houzz Tour: A Family’s Coastal Cottage Made Light and Open15 January 2019

The master bedroom features soft shades of pink on the walls and headboard. Just like in the other rooms, the curtains here hang entirely against the walls when they’re drawn back, maximising the light coming into the room. The owners wanted a large bed and, because the room’s dimensions aren’t huge, it left limited space for bedside tables. So to keep the tabletops free for night-time essentials, Tanya chose pendant lights for either side of the bed rather than table lamps.Pendant lights, Jim Lawrence. Walls painted in Great White, Farrow & Ball. Curtain and headboard fabric, both Romo. Harlosh bedside table, Pinch.

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Luna Zaman added this to Luna's Ideas13 April 2021

Hanging lights instead of bedside lamps

Elizabeth Christian added this to bedroom16 January 2021

bedroom suspended lights by bed - love this idea xxx

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