This divan set combines the comfort of a bed with the support of a divan platform, with a knitted quilt top to include extra comfort and a far more luxurious feel. This model is exclusive to John Lewis, and the purchase price shown is for a double mattress.
Whether you dream of a peaceful and restful sanctuary or a luxurious hotel-style bedroom, our gallery of bedroom ideas has professional advice on all you need to learn before you make a start, from locating the perfect mattress to choosing a bedroom colour pallette. Enhance the mood and mood with a carefully considered bedroom light scheme; make sure each part of the bed has task light for a spot of bedtime reading and compliment the style of the area with a statement overhead light or pendant.
When it comes to bedroom furniture basics, you will need a bedside stand or nightstand (two if you are writing your bedroom), a dressing stand, a full-length mirror, and clothes safe-keeping in the form of a wardrobe, dresser or both. If you have the space, a bedroom seat or end-of-bed bench is an added bonus, providing you somewhere to drape clothes or sit down while you're gaining your socks and shoes.
Sneak storage space wherever you can in a master bedroom just think a little laterally when it comes to bedroom design alternatives. Here, a feature headboard also reduces chaos by masking a slim shelving unit that's perfect for catalogs and personal trinkets. Press this concept a little further and, if there's space, look at a pull-out device on casters.
Built-in wardrobes aren't always your best option in awkward-shaped period bed rooms. This cool country-style bedroom uses the full-height alcoves either area of the fire place to house two typical white wardrobes, which mix correctly with the cool colour pallette. Because these don't reach the roof the room retains an airy feel, but it addittionally means there's room for wicker baskets to sit down neatly on top for a little more organised style.