Autumn is in full swing: The nights are growing longer and the leaves have begun to fall. So, what could be better than some cosy bedroom inspiration to get you through it all? Look no further. Here are some interiors that really got our autumn-senses tingling this month.
That’s the Tea! by @my_little_cheshire_apartment
Kicking off our favourites from October is this delightful little look into Kaylie at @my_little_cheshire_apartment’s gorgeous home. A bedroom like this would be perfect for someone who loves to relax in unmatched comfort. After all, what’s better than curling up amongst some soft plush pillows in a luxurious bed with your favourite book and a warm cup of tea?
Our Cologne Grey Fabric Bed provides a simple contemporary look that is adaptable to any room design; its classic grey buttoned headboard promotes a timeless style that will last, no matter how you choose to decorate around it over the years. We adore the colour scheme chosen here, the soft palette paired with candle aromas are sure to radiate optimum relaxation and contentment.
The Modern Rustic by @goldenfoxcottage
Hide away from the fast approaching winter chill and cosy up in a modern rustic abode. This bedroom has been beautifully crafted with fine taste and elegance, ensuring that each sleep is as satisfying as the next.
With our Colorado Grey Velvet Fabric Sleigh Bed at the heart of the room, sinking into it and snoozing until spring has never been more tempting! Its matching grey scroll-style headboard and footend brighten up the room with striking distinction.
Boasting bold statement choices, such as the stunning black feature wall and the fresh wooden door, Becca at @goldenfoxcottage sets an amazing example of how stepping away from magnolia can really make your bedroom thrive with creativity.
Ghost White by @mysparklygreyhome
Get inspired by this exciting and oh so creative children’s room created by Kerrie at @mysparklygreyhome. We love how the Halloween spirit has been welcomed into the home using tasteful matching monochrome pumpkin and candle details! Amongst all the other charming features, this room is simply enchanting.
Featured so wonderfully here is our Clermont White Wooden 4+3 Drawer Chest. The charactful wooden design offers plenty of storage space for your little one to hide all their clothes away, just like this sleek children’s room - clean and clutter-free.
White is often a colour we feel we need to avoid in kids’ bedrooms, but Kerrie is showing us how to showcase it with style and practicality. Wipe clean surfaces are certainly the way to go, and the pristine white finish on the room is certainly refreshing!
The One-Colour Wonder by @thesouter214
Stylish and bursting with comfort, this bedroom oozes luxury and sophistication! Grey is an immensely popular colour choice in interior design at the moment, it provides a beautiful neutral base that you can pair any colour with. However, opting for a purely grey colour scheme might seem more intimidating when attempting to capture those cosy vibes. But don’t be put off, here is a perfect example of how to do just that. Create a warm and welcoming atmosphere by simply using a range of grey tones and textures. And with our Cologne Grey Fabric Bed as the centrepiece, this charming bedroom is only more inviting.
Designed with thoughtful consideration here, Jordan has cleverly used delicate details that make a large impact! We love how the soft lighting is reflected in the glamorous mirrored drawers, further illuminating this delightful room!
With even more time being spent at home for the unforeseen future of what has been an unusual year (to say the least), now might be the perfect time to treat yourself to a new bed.
Perhaps you have more spare time saved from the usual outdoor commute and want to spend some of it sprucing up your room, or maybe you just want it to look smarter while you’re working from it? Either way, Happy Beds will have a bed which fits you just right.
If you can’t find one that quite suits your style, why not design your own with our Build Your Own Bed feature? With over 3 million possible design combinations, how will you create yours?