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Room of the Week

May 19, 2014

I’m currently working on a bedroom scheme for a client where we are using a grey palette similar to the one featured in this week’s Room of the Week. This room has a calming colour scheme that creates a very restful bedroom – I think this style of scheme is essential for the room where you sleep. Many different aspects in the same palette have been combined, with some added detail in the framed photographs and also the fabulous Fornasetti cushion on the bed.

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If you decide to go for a monotone scheme one of the keys to getting it right is the use of different textures. The headroom in this room features buttoned which adds a nice level of detail to the room and isn’t a flat surface. The cushions on the bed all feature different fabrics and details. The hard wood floor also contrasts with the finish on the wardrobes.

For my client’s bedroom we are using a lovely convex mirror from Omelo Mirrors. The great thing about convex mirrors is that due to the shape of the mirror they allow you to get a view of the whole room. Omelo design their mirrors from a studio in Bristol and all their products are manufactured in England.

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We’ve specified their Cavetto mirror for our client’s scheme. It comes in a couple of pale neutral colours but also bronze, copper and pewter if you want to embrace the current metallics trend. The Cavetto comes in 3 different sizes. The small size would be perfect for hanging 3 mirrors along a hallway, or choose the large size to create a great focal point in a room.

This room was originally featured in the extensive galleries of House to Home. Take a look over at their website for room inspiration, and be sure to check back here every week to find which one of the rooms has been showcased.

 

 

3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 19, 2014 7:42 pm

    Wow! Looks great! Keep up the good work.

  2. May 20, 2014 8:31 pm

    Super stylish room, love the gorgeous headboard – a great feature for that wall, without being over imposing, but adding texture and warmth.

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