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How To Make Your Bedroom Luxe

Velvet is without a doubt having a moment. Whether in fashion or interiors, it is everywhere, from rich blue hues to mossy greens and unashamedly regal jewel tones. One velvet look we love right now is on a headboard in the bedroom, whether in feminine blush or inky blue, it instantly upgrades your sleeping quarters. 

We spoke to interior designers th2 Studio to find out how to incorporate it into your bedroom…

How can you avoid the style looking too ‘boudoir’?

Keep the look simple and chic by opting for contemporary colours. Blush, teal and dark blues are all current favourites as opposed to purples or reds that will make the look feel dated.

The look is quite statement, how can you make it have a softer, calmer vibe?

Try duck egg blue for a more serene alternative to the dramatic greens and blues that are everywhere. It’ll add texture and elegance but remain on-trend.

Are there any brands you recommend?

We are great fans of Dedar who do really well priced velvet, and Abbott + Boyd have some of the nicest colours on the market.

Is it easier to buy a bed with a pre-made velvet headboard to get the look for less?

Generally the quality of pre-made velvet headboards that come with the bed won’t be so good, and the fabric choices not so wide.  We sell a variety of headboards that come in different colours and sizes, worth checking out. 

The look is quite grand, would it work in a small room?

Absolutely, whatever size your bedroom is, this look works. It's statement, but don't be put off by that in a smaller room, it can actually add drama and scale to a small space. 

Any tips for incorporating bedding and cushions in with the headboard?

If you have velvet on the headboard, I would avoid using any more velvet in the room. Choose some cushions in compatible tones but different textures and mix them with coordinating bed linen. And always buy the best quality you can afford.

Visit Th2Studio.co.uk

Benji Headboard, from £725 | Loaf

Cavendish Linen Union Headboard, from £700 | The White Company  

Smoke Headboard, £525 | Loaf

Easdale Headboard, from £279 | The Headboard Workshop

Roma Single Headboard, from £275 | Next 

Lowry Headboard, from £390 | The English Bed Company

Valetta Headboard, from £240 | Sofa.com

Sanna Upholstered Bed, from £799 | Swoon Editions

The Buttons, from £270 | Sofa.com

Frenchie Headboard, Pink Velvet, from £475 | Loaf

Cavendish Linen Union Headboard, from £700 | The White Company

Smith Headboard, from £275 | Loaf

 

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