Does your bedroom design need a touch-up or complete facelift?
Trying to piece together a style which works for your home and your own personal needs is no easy feat.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional style with plenty of storage or a chic, rustic European contemporary look, we’ve used our vast experience to compile a list of the hottest bedroom design trends set to cause a stir.
Say “oui” to French
A slightly different way to capture a traditional style is to incorporate a bit of France into the bedroom design.
Teal and mustard yellows are an absolute must right now, giving the room dashes of fresh colour and a rich feel.
Top off the bedroom design with a French rattan bed, rustic wooden floorboards and a sculptural ceramic wave lamp to complete the look.
The calling for natural timbers in 2018 has acted as a catalyst for many interior designers, with more and more incredible styles continuing to emerge.
What makes wood so great is its versatility to work with most other common bedroom materials. Combining our Contour door with reflective black glass, soft grey frames with beautiful wood elements can really add a layer of warm texture and light to your bedroom design.
Sliding wardrobe doors
If you don’t have a lot of room to play around with in your bedroom, opting for sliding wardrobe doors is an innovative way to keep things looking minimal and contemporary.
With quality mechanisms and many eye-catching designs to choose from, you can keep clothes and other essentials neatly tucked away. The feeling of space when you access your wardrobes is preserved as the doors don’t open via traditional hinges into your valuable floor space. Sliding wardrobe doors are generally much wider than traditionally fitted wardrobes. So, the open aperture between sliding doors is much wider giving a much more open plan feel as you retrieve or store you clothes etc.
You can even choose door panels with beautiful long tinted or plain mirrors on to help create the illusion of more depth & width to the whole bedroom.
Thought to have originated back in medieval times, chandelier lights are still powerful status symbols in this very day.
Opting for one in your bedroom design will give the room a grander appeal and is ideal if there isn’t much natural light coming in.
For a contemporary and traditional fused style, combine this bedroom design trend with a rich royal blue and soft grey colour scheme.
Walk in wardrobes
As the week goes on, are you guilty of leaving piles of dirty and clean clothes draped on your bedroom furniture?
A walk-in wardrobe is an ultimate solution, giving you the space to find an outfit while giving your bedroom a signature statement feature.
You’ll no longer need to stuff clothes into small flat-packed alternatives, instead, you can celebrate and showcase them in spectacular fashion with built-in rails, drawers and a shoe rack.
The next bedroom design trend making a big splash in 2019 is the addition of surreal patterns on lamp shades, rugs that are made from wild materials and unique looking furniture pieces to surprise and challenge peoples’ minds.
The key to this look is to go for a minimal design and use clean, neutral colours so that the impact of these little doses of colour which are generated from the surreal features are heightened.
Need some more inspiration?
Choosing every detail in your new bedroom design is no easy task, especially when it comes to storage solutions.
Here at Bedrooms InStyle, we believe it pays to make these decisions in person. At our showroom in Cadnam, Hampshire, we have an array of stunning sliding wardrobes doors, room dividers and storage solutions ready for you to explore with one of our expert designers.
Get in touch today to book a free personal design session and take your first step towards your dream bedroom.
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