bedrooms. Monday , January 01st , 2018 - 21:08:56 PM
Simplistic in frame, this black stencil poster matches thin, elegant joinery lines. A thicker, futon-style steel frame creates a cube design, reflecting the black lines of a reclining chair and bedside tables. Propped up a little higher, this black four poster makes an impact clothed in simple bedding. Using grey is a point of difference for this charcoal beauty. The bed frame sits separate to the main structure, allowing headboards to join and the frame to create a larger look.
A thin stencil creates a four poster harking back to Japanese-style, futon dreaming. A little thicker but still to the floor, this king poster bed relaxes a room of minimal features. A higher frame hangs geometric Chinese lanterns and a smaller, fabric-made bed. Using distressed materials adds an industrial feel, exacerbated as steel hover lamps peek through the sides of the frame.
Victorian panelling backgrounds this bedroom, marked by quirky erotic box art. Brown and beige bedding breaks the monochrome beside a potted plant. Wood works well with monochromes. Wood in a bed frame, side chest and feature art piece helps to ground white bedding and a black and white print. Don’t be afraid of a black feature wall. This space pulls it off, with an abstract art print, boxed white furniture and grey gingham bedding to set the scene.
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