Summer is here and it just so happens that August is our favourite month!
Whilst most of you will be distracted by fantastic holiday destinations and an array of summer celebrations, your home also deserves some love and attention too!
If you’re thinking about your next decorating project but aren’t sure where to start, we’ve compiled this season’s hottest summer bedroom trends below:
Add a subtle feminine touch to your bedroom this season by choosing a palette of dusty pinks, blush tones and metallic accents. Warm and inviting, these colours will instantly update an otherwise neutral scheme. As such, we’ve made sure to include these tones in our latest photography shoot!
For a room that won’t go unnoticed, look to tropical-inspired homewares and accessories. Bold wallpapers are going from strength to strength this season, as tropical-inspired prints bring a burst of energy into any room, big or small. This uplifting trend helps to connect us back to nature, and this is something that we champion throughout our Pure collection. Expertly crafted by our team, we’ve sourced only the finest natural fillings – including British wool and cashmere – for our luxurious Pure mattresses.
The summer we’ve definitely noticed that glam is less sheen and more sophisticated. Luxury materials such as marble and velvet are beautifully mixed together to create fine decorative details that will bring a touch of magic to your bedroom. We love this trend, and our fabrics and divans reflect this as they radiate decadence.
If you’re looking to bring a contemporary edge to your bedroom, look no further than geometric detailing. Updating your bedroom by adding defined repeating shapes can be soothing and reassuring to the eye as they create a sense of order. Using geometric patterns to accentuate the focal point of your room will instantly draw your eye, especially if you dare to combine it with colour like below – and who doesn’t want their bed to be the star of the room?
Any one of these trends is sure to transform your bedroom this season, and if you’re feeling particularly brave, why not mix it up and combine some of them?