Red is a fiery colour that is associated with energy, excitement and passion. When used in the bedroom, it can create a bold statement and add warmth and depth to the space.
Many people avoid using red in the bedroom as they think the colour will be too intense, but you can create a beautiful, soothing space using a red colour palette. Earthy red tones are perfect if you want the warmth of red without it being too bold or overpowering.
bed: Toulon Iron Bed
In this post be’ll show you red bedroom design ideas for inspiration.
One of the most important decisions you’ll have to make when shopping for a new bed is whether to opt for bed frame slats over a divan. And if so, would sprung slats make more sense? Solid slats? Metal slats? Wood slats?
If you’re struggling to answer these questions, not to worry — we’ve got you covered in our extensive guide to bed slats and finding the most suitable frame for you.
Simply put, slats are a type of bed base that you put your mattress on. They consist of long planks that sit horizontally inside the width of a mattress foundation or bed frame.
Each slat attaches to rubber holders in the frame and is usually made of solid wood or metal. If you have a larger bed, it may be necessary to have one or two columns of slats running alongside each other.
bed: Hamilton Iron Bed
Firstly, what is an open coil mattress? Open coil mattresses feature inner metal springs that are connected and run down the entire length of the mattress. This is then topped with a foam layer or another type of padding.
An open coil mattress is also known as a standard sprung mattress, a coil spring mattress, an open coil Bonnell spring mattress, and various other names. They are one of the most popular mattresses because of their comfort and affordability, but there are other spring mattress types that may be better suited to you.
In this blog, we will discuss the key benefits of open coil mattresses and help you decide whether an open coil or pocket sprung mattress is the best option.
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Blue & gold, long the colours of royalty, have always been a combination that work well with each other. Different blues, including darker and lighter shades, with accents of gold can be paired together harmoniously.
Let’s look at ways you can incorporate this a blue and gold colour scheme into your bedroom.
For a clean & tranquil bedroom setting, white dominant colour scheme is the ideal choice. Including dark blue as a medium of adding character and contrast is a good idea.
Gold can be used as an accent through the borders or outlines of furniture, like bedside tables or lamps for example.
bed: Hamilton iron bed
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