This season sees some notable furniture trends, from vintage to Scandinavian. But which look will suit your bedroom?
We’ve picked out our top 10 bedroom furniture ideas this winter.
1. Luxurious Materials
There’s a definite trend this season towards using luxurious materials for throws, rugs and cushions; soft textures are ever popular as temperatures drop. This trend has now transferred to furniture with faux fur chairs, futons and settees. (http://www.popsugar.com/home/Would-You-Rock-Fur-Chair-Were-Fake-Fur-2397951
2. Scandinavian Storage Solutions
The Scandinavian look is incredibly popular at the moment, notably for its emphasis on de-cluttering and minimalism. That means storage is key. Our range of Scandinavian-inspired freestanding furniture such as thus chest of drawers below is perfect for completing the look.
3. Countryside Inspired
What could be more a more natural material to have in your home than ‘real’ wood? Raw materials add texture and variety to any room giving points for the eye to rest on. As you can see below, these wooden sliding doors add visual depth and warmth to the room, perfect for the winter season.
4. Folk Detailing
With the night’s drawing in, folk-inspired décor is perfect for off-setting this with funky, bright detailing. Add a cheerful element to your home with appealing patterns on your chairs and cushions.(http://www.houseandgarden.co.uk/interiors/living-room/folk)
5. Reclaimed Materials
This season there has been a surge in furniture created from recycled materials like wood and discarded architectural equipment, bringing an entirely unique charm and character to your home. See what you can create from materials around your house, or have a look at specialist websites for further inspiration. (http://inhabitat.com/produktwerft-makes-new-furniture-from-recycled-shipping-pallets)
6. Pedestal Tables
Invest in a brightly coloured or unusual pedestal, primed and ready to display flowers, or a quaint light, adding extra details to your bedroom. (http://industrialsandinteriors.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/bloomingville-2014-new-winter-autumn.html)
7. Bedroom Desks
Instead of working in bed on your laptop, break free and take a look at the latest in desk design. The days of the plain, wooden, single-man desks are over; welcome the age of colour and artistry. (http://www.decorfacil.com/home-offices-decorados)
8. Metal Revolution
Metal furniture and accessories are bang on-trend at the moment whether it’s copper, bronze or silver, that metallic sheen is the epitome of modern style. Quick tip: to ensure your rooms don’t look too cold this winter, look at incorporating bronze for a warmer feel in your bedroom. (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/interiors/interiors-how-metal-is-taking-over-our-homes)
9. Tropical Fabrics
Bring some of the warmth of Africa and the Middle East to your bedroom quickly and easily with a shag pile rug. Reds, pinks and oranges will brighten your space ready for those cold winter evenings. (http://www.decorotation.com/12-moroccan-inspired-shag-rugs-that-i-cant-get-over)
If these trends aren’t quite to your taste, maybe consider painting and designing your own bedroom furniture. More and more people are buying chalk paints and repurposing their old, antique furniture to create something a bit more modern. You can purchase chalk paints from most boutique interior decorating stores, and larger chains. (https://www.anniesloan.com/inspiration)