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How To: Cosy Bedroom Updates

27 December 2021

Take your bedroom to dreamy depths…
Leven Pendant

The promise of a new year ahead brings hope and expectation of calmer, less turbulent times. Homely touches help ease anxieties of the outside world and make for a welcoming space to hibernate from the cold weather. We've collated our favourite bedroom trends for the months ahead that promise to soothe and relax us, tempting a great night’s sleep.

Tom Raffield Grand Design house
The timeless form of the Drift Pedant paired with the modern accents found in the Hanter Wall Light make for a perfect modern rustic duo.

Modern Rustic

Honest, authentic design will continue to shine through in 2022. Bedrooms should be a place of solace, where you can allow yourself to truly relax, with the modern rustic trend encouraging this. Interesting textures and minimalist forms are the way to achieve this look in your home – think bold, geometric shapes, paired with natural, cosy texture.

Tom Raffield Leven Wall Light
Bringing structured beauty to your bedroom space, the Leven Table Light can be used as a unique bed side table lamp that will illuminate dark winter evenings with a warm glow.
Tom Raffield sheepskin rug
Adding extra layers of comfort to your bedroom, the Dartmoor Shepherd Sheepskin keeps toes toasty.

The key to achieving the modern rustic design is open-plan living, and embracing exposed, natural elements, whilst adding a selection of modern accents. Wooden lighting and sheepskin accessories are an easy way to add a modern rustic feel to your home, whilst helping to create a cosy atmosphere.

Scandinavian Inspired

Verso Pendant
Bringing sculptural forms to your space, the Verso Pendant allows you to view your home from a fresh perspective with every angle of the design being refreshingly different.

This hygge trend is long lasting and has no sign of slowing down. Scandinavian-style bedrooms encapsulate the feeling of homeliness and comfort. Scandi design provides a sense of harmony, meaning you have a space to switch off and restore.

Skipper floor light
When switched off, our Skipper Floor Light showcases the beauty of Scandinavian design with pride. When switched on, a display of light and shadow will add unexpected atmosphere to your space.

To create a peaceful, Scandi inspired bedroom, incorporate simple, natural layers with colourful accents. Each piece of décor should be gentle, from a curving lighting design to soothing toned bedding. A good way to start your Nordic vision is with a white or cream room colour, then layer the space with organic textures and simple lines. This trend is all about being relaxed, so have fun and try something new with your textures and colours!

Pure Nature

Biophilic designs are continuing to dominate interior design trends. Whether you opt for an abundance of plants in wooden indoor planters, or organic silhouettes and patterns on your wall and bedding – showcasing the beauty found within nature is a trend we are consistently excited by, here at Tom Raffield.

Arame Wall Light
Display the sequential patterns found in nature across your space with the Arame Wall Light.

Not only do indoor plants look amazing with their fresh vibrancy and unexpected forms, but they are also proven to reduce stress levels and absorb background noise. Incorporate a range of exotic and native plants to invigorate your space.

Tom Raffield Morvah Planter
Make use of ‘hard to fill’ corners with a Morvah Wall Hanging Planter, homing a thriving trailing plant for a pop of green.
Tom Raffield Maen Pot
Whether filled with blooming houseplants or a bouquet of dried flowers, the Maen Pot is a sleek design that will hold your chosen greenery with pride.

Posted: 27.12.21

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