Warwick AvenueContemporary Bedroom, Buckinghamshire

Photo of a contemporary grey and cream bedroom in Buckinghamshire. —  Houzz
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snordsesnordse wrote:28 May 2015
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    Alexandra Dixon Interiors
    5 years ago

    Hi there, These pendants can be ordered through us, they are not from Wayfair I'm afraid. Please email us at info@alexandradixon.co.uk for a quote. All the best

  • roomsbespoke
    5 years ago

    hi i would like to know the cost of the lights if possible

emma_rogers8273291Emma Rogers wrote:21 December 2014
  • marialuca
    6 years ago

    what colour did they use on the panels above the bed?

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    Alexandra Dixon Interiors
    6 years ago

    F&B downpipe :-)

designideas725181designideas725181 wrote:6 March 2018
    lisakilbeylisakilbey wrote:22 February 2017

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      annatobin
      Anna Tobin added this to 9 Serenely Beautiful Grey Bedroom Schemes30 November 2015

      Rock Manhattan styleIt takes courage to paint your walls a deep lead grey, but with the right lighting, mix of materials and standout features you can create a bedroom with real wow factor. Here, panelling breaks up the expanse of dark wall, while the striking pendant lights throw a sophisticated glow. Matt bedding is complemented with linen that has a slight sheen to help reflect light around the room, while the two richly patterned wooden bedside tables add interesting visual contrast.

      sophiebaylis
      Sophie Baylis added this to How to Choose the Perfect Bedding16 September 2015

      Consider construction A natural duvet functions better if the filling is compartmentalised in some way to stop it moving too much during the night. ‘If the compartments are formed by just stitching the top and bottom layers through, this will create areas where there is no loft for insulation and heat from the body can escape,’ explains Monro. ‘A walled and channelled construction provides compartments separated by walls or baffles, thus allowing continuous insulation across the duvet. The long-channelled construction means that the filling can easily be kept in place.’

      sophiebaylis
      Sophie Baylis added this to 10 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Bed Linen24 July 2015

      …not just any silk‘Ask any expert and they’ll tell you that mulberry silk is the absolute best silk,’ says Hunt. ‘We use 17 momme Charmeuse weave – it’s among the finest you can get. The fine grade of silk produced by the treasured mulberry silkworms creates bed linen with a softer feel and silkier drape.’ While such luxury inevitably comes with a higher price tag, if you care for your sheets they will last for years.

      larasargent
      Lara Sargent added this to How to Dress Your Bed for Maximum Effect1 May 2015

      Smarten it upThe boutique hotel-style bedroom is still flying high on the interiors radar and it’s easy to see why. The crisp, smart look offers a low-key luxe style that’s easy to live with.Dress the bed with plain, clean-lined neutrals (think dove grey, pale biscuit and earthy taupe) in a blend of matt satin and Egyptian cotton sheets, pillowcases and covers, and finish off with a merino wool blanket. Don’t forget to channel your inner chamber maid by plumping up the cushions and getting rid of any rumples, for bed-making skills The Ritz would be proud of.

      sophiebaylis
      Sophie Baylis added this to The Secret to Choosing a Good Mattress18 January 2015

      Is it time to replace your mattress?The general consensus is that you should replace your mattress every seven to eight years. ‘Even if it doesn’t show many outward signs of wear and tear, it may not be giving you the support and comfort you need to get a good night’s sleep,’ says Jamie King. ‘A sagging area in the middle of your bed is a sure sign a new mattress is needed. Other indicators include lumps and any creaking noises coming from the mattress during the night.’

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      amanda_elliott36
      Amanda Elliott added this to Bedrooms29 July 2021

      showing how bedhead, bedding & wall can all be in tones of 1 colour then cabinetry can make it pop

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