BEDROOMS

June 24, 2014 / Homes

Create the perfect sleep space with our edit of blissful bedrooms

  • Steel-framed glazing, made popular in the Art Deco houses of the early 20th century, can be used to create internal dividing walls that close off a room while allowing light to flow throughout<span>Photography: Sisters Agency</span>

    Steel-framed glazing, made popular in the Art Deco houses of the early 20th century, can be used to create internal dividing walls that close off a room while allowing light to flow throughoutPhotography: Sisters Agency

  • Hunt for vintage pieces to create a unique space – this 1960s console table is used as a bedside unit, displaying pieces unearthed at flea markets<span>Photography: Living Inside</span>

    Hunt for vintage pieces to create a unique space – this 1960s console table is used as a bedside unit, displaying pieces unearthed at flea marketsPhotography: Living Inside

  • Hang framed black-and-white photography in random arrangements along one wall for a personalised design detail above a bed<span>Photography: Living Inside</span>

    Hang framed black-and-white photography in random arrangements along one wall for a personalised design detail above a bedPhotography: Living Inside

  • Fuse ombre prints with bold geometrics for an attention-grabbing bedroom look<span>Photography: Damian Russell</span>

    Fuse ombre prints with bold geometrics for an attention-grabbing bedroom lookPhotography: Damian Russell

  • Distressed floorboards teamed with a neutral palette create a cool Scandinavian style. Choose simple furnishings – such as these twin bedside tables and reading lamps – to maintain the clean look<span>Photography: Michael Paul/Living Inside

    Distressed floorboards teamed with a neutral palette create a cool Scandinavian style. Choose simple furnishings – such as these twin bedside tables and reading lamps – to maintain the clean lookPhotography: Michael Paul/Living Inside

  • A mosquito net, draped artistically over the bed, is paired with cascading chains of shells and a feathered dream catcher, all set against the tadelakt plaster walls of this Majorcan villa<span>Photography/Production: Sunna & Marc van Praag

    A mosquito net, draped artistically over the bed, is paired with cascading chains of shells and a feathered dream catcher, all set against the tadelakt plaster walls of this Majorcan villaPhotography/Production: Sunna & Marc van Praag

  • Pair kilim rugs, embroidered cushions and dipped-dyed throws for a relaxed bohemian vibe<span>Photography: Fabrizio Cicconi  Styling: Francesca Davoli/Living Inside

    Pair kilim rugs, embroidered cushions and dipped-dyed throws for a relaxed bohemian vibePhotography: Fabrizio Cicconi Styling: Francesca Davoli/Living Inside

  • Add layers of soft wool throws and scatterings of cushions onto a bed for a cosy, cocooning feel<span>Photography: Fabrizio Cicconi  Styling: Francesca Davoli/Living Inside

    Add layers of soft wool throws and scatterings of cushions onto a bed for a cosy, cocooning feelPhotography: Fabrizio Cicconi Styling: Francesca Davoli/Living Inside

  • Durable wood floors inject warmth into this bedroom, whose wide-plank design creates a feeling of space<span>Photography: Fabrizio Cicconi  Styling: Francesca Davoli/Living Inside

    Durable wood floors inject warmth into this bedroom, whose wide-plank design creates a feeling of spacePhotography: Fabrizio Cicconi Styling: Francesca Davoli/Living Inside

  • The curved panelled storage wall in this open-plan bed-bath suite helps to conceal the bathroom, resulting in the perfect private retreat<span>Photography: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

    The curved panelled storage wall in this open-plan bed-bath suite helps to conceal the bathroom, resulting in the perfect private retreatPhotography: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

  • Use original architectural features as a starting point for a design, incorporating focal points such as this circular window – which overlooks the living space – into the scheme<span>Photography/Styling: Jeltje Janmaat/House of Pictures

    Use original architectural features as a starting point for a design, incorporating focal points such as this circular window – which overlooks the living space – into the schemePhotography/Styling: Jeltje Janmaat/House of Pictures

  • Transform an under-utilised wall into a hanging space in a bijou bedroom, grouping clothes by colour for an uncluttered look<span>Photography: Petra Bindel  Production/Styling: Emma Persson Lagerberg/House of Pictures

    Transform an under-utilised wall into a hanging space in a bijou bedroom, grouping clothes by colour for an uncluttered lookPhotography: Petra Bindel Production/Styling: Emma Persson Lagerberg/House of Pictures

  • Turn a low-slung bed into an eye-catching feature by suspending low-level lights in clusters above<span>Photography: Anna Kern  Styling: Eva Lindh/House of Pictures

    Turn a low-slung bed into an eye-catching feature by suspending low-level lights in clusters abovePhotography: Anna Kern Styling: Eva Lindh/House of Pictures

  • The chic bedroom in this East London home features panels of antique oriental silk embroidery that homeowner Lucy Bathurst mounted on to bookbinding fabric. The headboard of the bed is upholstered inIndonesian textiles designed and created by Lucy<span>Photography: Jake Curtis

    The chic bedroom in this East London home features panels of antique oriental silk embroidery that homeowner Lucy Bathurst mounted on to bookbinding fabric. The headboard of the bed is upholstered inIndonesian textiles designed and created by LucyPhotography: Jake Curtis