Unlike the rest of the home where design is crafted with large families, visitors, or gatherings in mind, bedrooms are centred around individual tastes. It should be a sanctuary, a place to rest and recuperate.
The trend for rattan, wooden, and wicker furniture rose in 2020 and 2021 as homeowners sought to introduce natural materials into their homes during prolonged periods indoors. Colours such as sage green and olive when paired with white toned walls and wicker materials, are also key to creating a more calming environment.
We are seeing a growing trend of “less is more” in 2021, which is helping to generate a calmer environment. Soft colours and Nordic pieces, coupled with natural light creates a refreshing, simple and timeless feel.
Whilst neutral tones remain popular with homeowners, 2021 has seen striking shades such as navy or slate grey make a splash in the bedroom.
Cozy is key also, add texture to your bed with throws and pillows and a rug if you have a wooden floor.
Some inspiration taken from House Beautiful.