Not just a place to rest, a bedroom should also be a space where personal tastes surround the user and provide a comforting cocooning hub.
The perfect bedroom is one where you can relax and escape the stresses of modern life. Not just a place to rest, it should also be a space where personal tastes surround the user and provide a comforting cocooning hub.
With the above in mind, we look at some of our favourite bedroom trends for 2020 and how you can choose a floor to work with your style.
It’s not all pastels! Earthy tones are a popular choice for those wanting to reconnect. Adding hints of warm earth tones in bedding or accessories creates the interest. Sometimes allowing the accessories to set the colour scheme is a great choice for those that like to switch up their looks regularly or by season. Getting the foundations correct with pale chalk white walls along with a wood look floor such as our Bristol can adapt to any colour scheme changes. Not just terracottas and earth tones, this year burnt yellows such as mustards and charcoals in dusty greys have become a popular choice.
Keeping it clean and simple doesn’t mean sparse and uninteresting. This predominantly white scheme is broken up with pops of colour and texture. The floor adds to the scheme but also brings texture with the circular patterns of Dots. Again, this scheme lends itself well to those who like to mix up the looks from time to time.
Nothing says comfort like indulgent layers in a palette of outdoor inspired colours and nature inspired materials. This room is completed with the soft grey patterns of Jacobsen which adds to the calm and luxury feel.
To get the look consider investing in a mix of soft furnishings that can be mixed and matched. Choosing a highlight colour, such as the mustard in this room, adds that extra level of interest.
Urban Play Space
Bedrooms are not just a place to nap and recoup but are also valuable play and study spaces for younger members of the household. Choosing a floor that is tough enough to withstand play means that many turn to vinyl alternatives such as the new Padua from our Urbanista range. Creating a bedroom space that can adapt to various stages (from toddler to teen) can be achieved with the use of adaptable storage and a simple colour palette which can be updated with pops of colour. This urban feel floor would not only be practical for a toddler but be a great way to create a chilled teen room.
Which ever bedroom theme you are looking to recreate in your home, don’t forget to take advantage of our free sample service. We also love to see your projects, so please do tag us on Instagram @avenuefloors