Soft and romantic or sleek and modern, select bedroom furniture and accessories to enhance your space. From beds to storage the Warehouse Home team have put together five inspiring spaces, sharing tips for creating a comforting scheme, and what you need to pull it off.
(Above) Layer tactile materials such as unfinished brickwork and reclaimed timber for a statement scheme. Referencing the neutral palette of Brooklyn in the window, the backdrop of this dreamy hotel interior is perfectly paired with original vintage pieces. And elevated with suede, rich velvets, and luxe metallics.
IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK
(Left) Although subtle, textured walls become a feature when paired with raw, industrial features like in this minimalist scheme by Gubi. Channel the plastered walls trend with rough & ready porcelain surfaces and cladding from Fiandre. Image courtesy of Gubi.
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(Below) Near or afar take inspiration from hostels and hotels when planning your bedroom layout. This is particularly useful when considering smaller, more compact spaces. Take note of how space is divided and incorporated into the design. Here in this Philidelphia hotel suite, an interior warehouse window mimics the exterior fenestration while creating an intimate, sectional space.
(Below) Integral to any interior scheme, use lighting to create your ideal escape. Soft and romantic or moody and dramatic the right light will set the scene.
(Below) A feature headboard will create a dramatic, central focal point within your space. This is ideal when working with larger spaces and high ceilings common in warehouse homes. Inspired by scaffolding, this stacked headboard from Savior Beds is right at home when paired with raw, industrial features such as concrete.