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Now, this is fun. And personal. What could be a more important and fulfilling home project than creating a new bedroom space or rethinking the room that you’ve been sleeping, dreaming, healing and reenergizing in, perhaps for decades? Your bedroom is your haven and your bubble, and the world of bedroom furniture is as diverse and creative today as the range of sugar-free treats on supermarket shelves. Here we share a few tips, both classic and contemporary to pairing furniture and understanding the subtle yet essential tricks to balance the personal in a space you’ll love your guests to sneak peek.



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Think yes to mixing and matching: to some extent, it’s that simple. This is an era in which pink and red are back as a palette combination and this is just as true in the bedroom as it is in off the wardrobe hangers.


Of course, there’s always skill and a few sneaky tricks to the mix n match approach: part of it comes from intuition and those general yet sure feelings we get when we walk into any space in which feng shui is happening — wood and steel may not be a comforting combination in small, shaded spaces but if your bedroom is luxuriously spacious, try a framework of both of these organic materials then get indulgent with soft and colourful materials in your space rugs, cushions and bed throws. Stay in the palette with minimalist art, such as black and white photography, or have one bright, statement artwork across a wall that both guests and you will see at first glance.


It’s also better to think about matching textures and tones rather than colours — so cream and light flesh pink ceramic bedside lamps are a striking yet natural match for chrome bedside tables. Metallic lamps neutralize and modernize any aesthetic, and two tones such as metallic and baby blues, or shades of green softened by whites and pinks are surprising yet timeless duos.



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What’s new for your precious space is a little contradictory as we step further into times of diversity and innovation. Vintage or contemporary is less the question than how is vintage contemporary, and how classic is contemporary? Make sense? Both vintage and minimalist are contemporary on their own, and the combination of the two is also contemporary. Today’s bedrooms also are tending more towards the timeless — so white as well as colourful are both frameworks. And classic woods are back, especially in the pieces that frame the bedroom, chests for the end of the bed, bedhead, and wooden panelled feature walls. Add to these accents of new, such as sculptural and silhouetted lighting options and side tables that are white and nuzzled up against vintage metal beds.


Does this make things too complicated? Perhaps, in which case, it’s a great idea to decide on a general style that both calms and inspires your core, and from that foundation, get creative.



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It’s not so much about which furniture pieces — the classics are always there from the bed that sings to you to the armchair your clothes are going to look elegant draped over — as it is about the aesthetic foundation that is at the heart of this decorating journey.
While modern farmhouse, as well as rustic and vintage, are timeless styles that are forever evolving, it’s Zen furniture that is a beloved and beautiful core for bedrooms today in this dual era of mindfulness and burnout,  This means lots of soft, clean materials and colours, from very clean woods to soft metals to cream and white surfaces. Light natural greens and natural metallics are a humming combination for furniture accents as well as accessories.

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