Living rooms and dining rooms are becoming big and bigger when we have the habit to receive family and best friends at home. But our society is turning a lot of us into individualistic individuals, so… we are and are going to spend each and each time less time in the house social areas and start investing more resting hours in the comfort of our bedrooms.
A few days ago I was talking you about how to luxury up your dining rooms, today I could not help it but wonder about bedrooms.
Should bedrooms be comfortable or luxurious?
Resting hours are very important; scientists say we should spend at least 6 to 8 hours sleeping. But are we just sleeping in our beds? Who does not spend a few moments reading in bed or in that lovely armchair?
I came across one cool blog named Best Interior Designers and got in touch with Emma Hilditch, a top Britain Interior Designer, and I just loved her project to Radlett’s Family, the closet and, the bed with integrated headboard and bedside tables are just flawless.
Actually in Emma Hilditch project, and of course, not to be rude, but I would definitely change some things to luxury it up a little bit more. I would indeed put some steel and brass objects that go so well with the wooden details of the chosen bedhead and side-tables, for example COLTRANE (table for closet, floor and wall for bedroom) by Delightfull.
And would certainly spice it up with a leather banquette from Minotti.
How do you feel about my proposal changes in Emma Hilditch’s project?
Does it seem a comfy luxury bedroom to you?
By the way, I got in touch with Boca do Lobo recently and surfing trough its blog have noticed their new suite at Infante Sangres Hotel (part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World) in Portugal (they don’t produce, as far as I can tell, beds, but should be soon in their collections).
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