To achieve this “I just want to snuggle and smile” feeling, use different textures to create a zen-like feel, layering texture to make your bedroom cozy and comfortable.
It’s all about hunkering down and cocooning oneself in comfort – sweeping, curved lines ensure the range feels soft and warm.
Choosing the right colour is key to achieving this look so opt for warm creams and soft terracottas to deep reds and oranges, even warm browns (who knew brown would see a comeback?).
It’s then all about mixing and matching textured fabrics to make it nice and welcoming, whether it be a teddy sheet or duvet cover to keep things snug (brushed or felted fabrics for example). To cosy up a hardwood floor look for a full texture rug to make things feel really comforting.
Q. What have you done in the past that you are most proud of?
A. Being part of the set up of our new showroom in Laurencekirk High Street.
Q. Out of work, what do you like doing the most?
A. Hill Walking
Q. What’s your favourite music.
Q. Dogs or Cats?
Q. Pizza or Burgers?
Q. What do you count as being your best quality?
A. Honest, loyal, trustworthy, dependable, warm and friendly