Somerset CottageCountry Bedroom, Cornwall

bespoke interior, blue bedding, framed concert poster, hanging pendant light, pretty cottage,

Design ideas for a rural master bedroom in Cornwall with white walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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sarajanedunn wrote:19 November 2014
  • Tracy Struggles
    3 years ago

    The pendant is too low, it would also look better in glass or half mirrored half glass. The carpet is just a grey carpet which can be found anywhere! It would be nice to see the other half of the bed to get the bigger picture.

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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    3 years ago

    Dear Tracy, thank you for your comments. As this was my bedroom, I can respond your message. I found the light to be at a perfect height. It was great for reading and it provided a lovely warm glow. Clear glass would have been too harsh and it was not the look I was after. The carpet was more than a plain grey carpet, It was a deep thick carpet from Jacaranda Carpets which was very luxurious to walk on. I concentrate on using good quality products wherever possible and I am all about balancing design with function and practicality. Unfortunately I do not have a picture of the other side of the bed, but basically it is a mirror image of this picture. Many thanks Nicola


Fran Andreae wrote:24 February 2016
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    Kusten Vorland
    5 years ago
    Is that sphere a light?! It's fabulous, may I ask where I can purchase it? I'd love to copy what you've done here. Thanks Katie
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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    5 years ago

    Not a problem. It was purchased from John Lewis. I'm not sure of the name, but I know that they still sell lamp. Hope that helps?

livrosenvinge wrote:16 January 2015
  • calendargirl
    6 years ago
    Hi, This cushion was from John Lewis...but it may be discontinued. I have this cushion but I bought it in the sale last year.
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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    6 years ago
    Yes, I bought the cushions from John Lewis, but it was quite a while ago.
hallsinabingdon wrote:29 October 2014
  • Jean Bowen
    5 years ago

    What Colour is the skirting and architraves? Thanks Jean

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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    5 years ago

    It is Railings from Farrow & Ball.

pucejuice wrote:9 February 2015
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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    6 years ago
    Yes, the carpet is from a company called Jacaranda.
  • Fran Andreae
    5 years ago

    what colour is the carpet please? it's sometimes hard to tell in photos...I've recently painted my bedroom in cornforth white and struggling to find the right carpet to match. many thanks.

A A wrote:14 November 2017
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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    3 years ago

    Yes, the woodwork is painted Railings by Farrow & Ball. The walls are Cornforth White also from F&B.

Clare Hawkins wrote:23 April 2016
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    Nicola O’Mara Interior Design
    4 years ago

    Yes, they came from Mandarin Stone.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 21 Calm, Timeless Navy Bedrooms14 November 2019

8 Nicola O’Mara Interior Design

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Victoria Harrison added this to 7 Grey Carpet Ideas for Your Bedroom23 October 2018

Add very subtle textureThe thick-pile carpet in this room has a very subtle stripe, almost invisible to the eye but enough to give it texture underfoot. The designer chose it because it was luxurious to walk on and it pairs beautifully with the rich, dark-painted woodwork and soft silvers and greys of the bed and pendant light.To ensure you choose a bedroom carpet that feels as good underfoot as it looks, go to your local carpet showroom to test out the different styles, and bring swatches home to live with in your space for a couple of days.

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Victoria Harrison added this to 9 Things Potential Buyers Don’t Want to See in Your Bedroom22 June 2018

Bedside table clutterBooks, jewellery, cups, phone chargers, notebooks… A bedside table can attract clutter at a mystifying rate, so before you invite visitors into your room, do an audit. Keep a reading lamp, a book or two, and perhaps a vase of flowers or a scented candle, but sweep everything else into drawers to keep surfaces clear and clean. Then get the duster out and give all visible worktops a good polish.

lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to See How Lighting Can Make a Plain Bedroom Look a Million Dollars25 October 2017

Save space at the bedsideThe lower your lighting, the cosier the atmosphere in a room, but if your bedroom – and therefore bedside table size – is limited, you might like to save space with a bedside pendant rather than a lamp. The other must-have? A switch to control it – and ideally the other lights in the room – right at your bedside.

smwarwick
Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Easy Ways to Sneak Colour Past Colour Phobics22 August 2017

Draw an outlineInterior woodwork is frequently white, but architraves, skirting boards and window frames can be the way to sneak colour into rooms without causing grief. Here, a sophisticated navy contrasts with plain white walls and a grey carpet, and is then subtly repeated in a bedside cabinet and pillowcase. Toning blues layer the bed, too, but quiet colour’s the theme rather than anything vivid.Notice, too, how the architrave helps to frame the view to the artwork on the wall beyond as well as the pretty chair and basket, making a feature of the landing area.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Beautiful Blue Bed Linen Schemes for Dreamy Bedrooms8 August 2016

Choose inky blue for a gentle touchIf bright blue isn’t for you but you like the idea of warming up grey décor, this very deep blue shade is ideal. It adds an interesting warmth, but is subtle enough to sit happily in any neutral room. The patterned cushion adds a little energy while toning with the paintwork.The inky blue is teamed with grey here, but it would also work with a cream or stone backdrop.

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