Go for an upholstered button-back headboard like this one from Made for a smart but soft look, then layer the bed with quilts in grey and charcoal to soften the look further with texture. A statement white light fitting looks stunning against a black wall. Try this one from Heal's. Accessorise with white photo frames from The White Company and flowers to complete the look.
Want a good night's slumber? Well, according to a new study the answer is to decorate your bedroom blue. The study of 2,000 British homes for Travelodge hotels reveals how bedroom colour schemes affect the quality and quantity of sleep that Brits get every night. Blue is the best colour to decorate your bedroom if you want a good night's sleep with this colour scheme resulting in an average of 7 hours and 52 minutes' sleep each night.
Whatever your style or budget, we've got the latest and the best designs on the market to help you update your bedroom look. Featuring a flower and bee hand-drawn design, this bed linen is light and airy, bringing a fresh feel to the bedroom. Cosy it up with your colour of choice mustard is a popular trend this year and the chunky knit Moss Stitch cushion and throw are also from Joules.
Dark wooden furniture adds to the cosy feel, try Dunelm for a selection of styles. Dress your bed with dark and light elements; crisp white bed linen and dark, patterned cushions and quilts will create a smart, balanced look.
Hang industrial lighting for the final finishing touch to this contemporary scheme. Look for bare light bulbs, and hang them in a cluster for a statement focal point. This look is all about luxurious textures so choose heavy velvet curtains, silk cushions and soft chenille rugs for a sumptuous boudoir that's a restful retreat.
Keep furniture chic in a hotel-style bedroom. Opt for high-gloss bedside cabinets and wardrobes. Go for industrial-style lighting for a contemporary theme, with bare light bulbs hanging in clusters above the bed.