Photo of an eclectic bedroom in London with dark hardwood flooring and black floors.

WHAT architecture - Beirutful HouseEclectic Bedroom, London

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Kingston Lafferty Design added this to 10 Beautiful Ways to Make Your Home Cosier3 Jan 2017

Make a reading nookFind a spot in the house where you’re not making the most of the space and turn it into a reading/relaxation nook. Bring in low lights, plus a spotlight for reading, cushions, blankets and a side table on which to rest your cuppa (or glass of wine). If it’s by a window, embrace the natural light, or frame it with draping curtains for extra cosiness.How do you cosy up your home during the winter months? Share your tips in the Comments below.

Andrea Von added this to Dream Spaces: Yoga and Meditation Zones to Help You Find Your Zen9 Jun 2015

Soothe your soulOne of the first mantras I learnt is that the ground is always there to support you. So the floor mattress in this dark, cosy room looks like the perfect spot to meditate. Throw in a couple of incense sticks or scented candles and you’ll have made yourself a soothing sanctuary.

Cheryl Freedman added this to Decorating: 10 Dreamy Day Beds Designed for Total Relaxation15 Mar 2015

Go lowDay beds don’t have to be elevated. This ultra-low Turkish-style day bed has a relaxed, holiday feel, and is brightened up with silky cushions. Its position next to a picture window means it’s a calming spot in which to recline and gaze at the spirit-lifting greenery. Top marks for the low tray table, too, which is ideal for accommodating refreshing glasses of mint tea or an aperitif or two. Explore dressing up a traditional futon for a similar effect.

Brian O'Tuama Architects added this to Architecture: Create a Micro Extension With a Projecting Window17 Jan 2015

Cocoon yourself in a window alcoveImagine yourself curled up with a good book in this cosy window alcove. The dark panelled walls and ceiling add a sumptuous richness and, by contrasting with the lighter coloured garden outside, further enhance the view.Get more inspiration for building a wonderful window seat

Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: 9 of the Best Reading Nooks2 Oct 2014

Keep it calm I love the incredibly serene nature of this low-slung day bed, which exudes a Zen-like calm for an afternoon’s read – with space for two if you fancy some company. Reading lights and piles of cushions at either end only add to the appeal.

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