Menu Search
Basket
Top

Traditional Willow Boughs Bedroom

10th May 2019

A bright and refreshing twin room, using a mix of strong patterned fabrics in complementing accents. A bold use of colour and design holds the key to adding interest and vibrancy to this traditional bedroom interior. Depth is created by layering and using a natural woodland theme to bring the organic palette to life.

Blue and Beige Bedroom

Get the Look

Walls and Curtains

The neutral Stitch Floral Wallpaper looks charming. Whilst, the pale grey-blue flowers and cream detailing tie into the bedroom's colour scheme without being too matchy.

Embroidered fabric adds extra intricacy and luxury. A deep indigo material, Wooland Tree also continues the room's themes. Whereas, bespoke curtain poles offer an abundance of choice to get the perfect fit.

Bedding and Blankets

A classic William Morris, Willow Bough fabric used here on the bedding. The stylised, Arts & Crafts print in muted tones brings further interest to the space.

Quilted Piedmont fabric mixed with Haddon woolen throws on each bed, creating an inviting and cosy feel. 

Cushions and Lighting

Woodland Tree in neutral is ideal for complementing cushions alongside a small, classic design in Chinese Checkers. Bespoke cushions allow these to be made in different sizes with optional fabric trimmings.

A Paix Lamp subtly mixes vintage and modern with antique brass and a smart white lampshade.

You May Also Be Interested In...

Look Back Through the Arts & Crafts Style

The influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement is still influencing interior design trends today. We take a look at how it all started and who's continuing the tradition.

How to use Blue in Your Interior

Blue is consistently the most popular colour for interior design which has created a lot of choice. Here's the most popular shades and how to style them.