This tiny attic bedroom contains a grand upcycled bed created from deserted wooden mooring posts from Venice. It initially belonged to its proprietor Anne-Marie Midy’s grandmother. Interior designer Hugh Henry was tasked with transforming this much-loved historic eighteenth-century house into a modern household residence. Hugh labored intently with the house owners who he recollects were, ‘extremely organised, loved the house and knew what they wished’. Small bedrooms look incredibly cosy with a mix of patterned textiles.

  • We should say that when you leave the light on, or if your bedroom is getting mild from outdoors, you might be unwittingly dropping your sleeping high quality.
  • The key to this room is utilizing a number of patterns with small textures so that collectively, they’re able to add blended details to the house.
  • One of the best ways to get creative along with your kitchen decorations is with the wall art, especially the DIY selection.

Designer Mark D. Sikes embraces the exuberant spirit of his client and the historic charm of this Nineteen Fifties Alabama ranch to craft an inviting major bedroom. A softly patterned Colefax and Fowler drapery fabric brings out the creamy tones of a Farrow & Ball wall shade. World-famend antiques dealer Lars Bolander warms up the partitions and cathedral ceiling of his Palm Beach bedroom with a romantic, tobacco-coloured glaze.