We completely refit the master bedroom bringing it to life with furniture, luxurious fabrics and fur as well as textiles enhancing the room’s warmth.
Having previously lined the walls, the main colour of the room was going to be neutral due to the textures of the room. The walls were kept simple, therefore, painted with Dulux White Matt Emulsion. Textured wallpaper was used to make this room feel warm adding sophistication and depth to the room.
The bed and striking leather headboard, from Camp Hopson’s in Newbury is complimented by the Egyptian cotton cream bedding from the Hotel range at Next and two different faux fur throws injecting more textures and luxury into the room, both from Oka.
As textures were the key to this room, Mongolian cushions (white and brown) from Next were added to dress the bed as well as the addition of handmade leopard print and zebra cushions.
The contrast of the walls to the furniture brings this room together, with bedside draws and brown shaded chrome laps all from IKEA, and a black Victorian style chandelier sourced from eBay.
Due to lack of wardrobe space in the room, a double glossy white wardrobe from Next was added to which actually camouflages into the colour of the walls but reflects the light effortlessly around the room.
Brown satin handmade blinds were made by Sarah McDavitt enhancing textures of the room as well as finishing off the suite with a luxurious wool cream carpet from Phillip Green & Partners, Thatcham.