Natural materials are predicted to be popular for bedrooms in the coming year. Choosing natural materials for your bedroom furniture, for example, is not only sustainable but also better for you. Using natural cotton bedlinen contain fewer toxins and, can help you regulate your temperature better ensuring a better night’s sleep.
Don’t forget your windows. Apparently opulent velvets are out and more rustic is in – such as natural linen and textured sheers, but for all of you who have now sighed deeply there is a move towards bolder wooden shutters. The ‘in’ colours for shutters are blues, greens, or blacks – to really make a statement.
It’s not just bedding and windows that can be all-natural in the bedroom either, adding elements of natural materials such as wood and stone also work well, whether that’s through thoughtful accessories or bigger such as panelled walls.
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