CREATING A BEDROOM HAVEN WITH WHITE WALLS + WARM NEUTRALS
Planning a white bedroom but don’t want it to feel sterile? The white walls can feel a little boring and stale – inject a bit more warmth. Fabrics, such a linen headboard can make a big difference to the space, injecting texture and contrast. Team white with neutral elements such as warm wood and linen bedding, especially lovely when the sun is streaming in through windows. These beautiful bedrooms and retreats provide some great ideas for creating a neutral bedroom haven all year round.
A dreamy sun-filled bedroom via Uniqwa Furniture
Layers of linen and a touch of velvet make for a cozy combo
Styling by Balthaz Interior | Photography by Elisabeth Daly for Wrede
The beautiful home of Danish designer Caroline Feiffer
Photographed by Katrine Rohrberg via Remodelista
A lovely Spanish home by Gordana Golubovic
Photographed by Lauren Moore via Est
A tranquil bedroom in the home of Swedish interior stylist Denice Lindell, via My Scandinavian Home
To finish, here are some some favorite design pieces to further inspire a neutral bedroom with warm, textural elements.
Sally waffle weave blanket from TRNK
Olive art print by Ekatarina Koroliva from The Poster Club
Cultiver Pinstripe linen duvet set
Armadillo & Co Braid Weave rug from The Ivy House
Fenton Bed by Tim Webber Design
Jo Malone English Oak & Redcurrant Cologne
Sans [ceuticals] Palm Comb
Sans [ceuticals] Boabab Regenerative Body Cream
Vitra Akari 1 ad light by Isumu Noguchi
Citta Silky Cushion from Paper Plane
Vitra Wiggle stool by Frank O. Gehry
Meet the goats of Southworth located off the Southworth ferry boat dock across from West Seattle.
Why are goats so dang cute? The funniest animals and always entertaining to watch, they never disappoint.
There are few things more important to us first thing in the morning than a morning espresso. It’s often the deciding factor in our daily disposition. Can’t think of a better place to get it than from this beautiful little pop-up cafe in Auckland.
Creatista Café is the brainchild of Nespresso. The space boasts Scandinavian-esque interior, there’s a sofa, lounge chairs and even a dining room table. It’s like sitting in your living room. Beautiful design, branding and product.
Photography by Helen Bankers
Life has been a bit hectic lately so I’m channeling my new November attitude; simple and relaxed.
November means ‘the ninth month’ so why is it actually the 11th month in the year? The calendar used in the Western world today is the Gregorian calendar. It came into being in 1582 when Pope Gregory XIII accepted the system proposed by Aloysius Lilius. The original Roman year (from which both the Julian and Gregorian calendars are based) had only ten months and it was Numa Pompilius, a King of Rome around 700 BC, who added January (Januarius) and February (Februarius).