A person’s bedroom reflects who they are. It’s their inner sanctum, a place where all the barriers should be down and the real person inside you should flourish. This is all well said rather than done as many of us dream of our own sanctuary but lack the imagination and design to make it happen. It all needs the right design using the right colours, materials and furniture in the perfect balance to to create your dream.
HomePeep has created a small collection of some of the most not only luxurious bedrooms but the most unique designs. We have tried to encompass a diverse range to get your imagination bustling with ideas.
Take a look at our range which include deigns from Shuster Design , William T Baker , Hulburd Design , Cappellini and award winning designer Marc Newson . Let HomePeep do the heavy lifting while you look around, enjoy.Nathalie Priem has kindly photographed this design so that we can admire its beauty. The designer has made great use of the natural brick work in this room, together with the wooden beam and wooden floor this space opens up. The back wall gives a slight confusion to the room but also bringing with it a feature focal point due to the painted plank effect which is the wardrobe. We love the floating effect this bed provides. With its fluffy white duvet it almost looks like you are retreating to your cloud in this amazing use of space. With this very eloquent design Carpenter & Carpenter has used the bed as the focal point. Its large standing wooden frame demands your attention but invites you with its soft leather footing and head board. The other item which is used and exploited is â€˜lightâ€™. Carpenter & Carpenter uses whites with subtle greys so that any and all the light is reflected around this sparsely furnished space. This space we could most definitely live in. The colours have been chosen to give a natural feel to the room with a subtle Victorian border. The lower level houses a glorious sleeping area which extends to the rear giving room for an on suite bathroom and roll top bath. Beyond this there is a hidden walk in wardrobe. On the upper level Hub Architects has provided a spacious walkway with all glass balcony. Alan Edwards brought a mixture of materials with this design. The wooden framed windows are matching with the thick reclaimed wooden floor. The use of the thick cream rug adds to the warmth this floor emulates. He uses cream elegant furniture to cast any light further into the room and the subtle use of the mono-coloured abstract art on the wall brings it all to a glorious focal point. One big item which stands out is the extravagant light fitting. The chandler type piece depicts beauty and riches. A timeless space well designed. Sometimes you need to focus on the surroundings and that sometimes means looking outside the box.. or the house in this case. This design has used the natural back drop and made it the focal point to the whole room. Nature is life’s best artist so what better place to frame it than in its natural habitat and on your wall. The walls use a plank cladding to bring the natural wood into the warmth of the room. Natural Bed Company have used beautiful Ash wood furniture to keep the attention on the rooms frame whilst still bringing a peaceful cosy feel.