Sleeping sanctuary

It’s your own personal retreat. We show you how to make your bedroom truly restful.

Complementary prints
Print and pattern packs a punch. An artwork, rug or piece of furniture is a great place to springboard from when curating your colour scheme. Taking colour cues from the Kirra Jamison print, a complementary colour palette of indigo and mustard kicked this roomset into top gear. When you’re mixing prints, make your colours match so the overall effect easier on the eye. Try painting a bedhead straight onto the wall, then stack feather pillows to up the comfort factor.

THE BED Sleepyhead Chiropractic Ultra Sleeper, double mattress and base set, $3389, THE BED 100% linen flat sheet in Indigo, AU$180, Arro Paper Play duvet cover in queen size, $169, Cashmere throw in mustard, AU$380, Linen Waffle throw in mustard by Coast, $239, Grey cushion made from Dove grey linen, 140cm wide, $38/m, Grey water linen pillowslip, $135, Arro Paper Play pillowcase, $59 (set of 2), Teal velvet pillowcase set, AU$79, TABLE Radial round side table, $390, Holm large vase in pale pink, $44.90, Bloomingville side table lamp in white, $195, Small Spells mug in navy and tan, AU$50, inbedstore.comON THE FLOOR Arro Home pastel kilim rug, $450, Calf skin, $99, Walnut Euro mid-top plimsoles in dove, $69.90, THE WALL Love Me Two Times V 2014 print (one of 25), by Kirra Jamison, 100×69 cm, $1100 unframed, Howard painting 2012 by Gavin Hurley, $4250, melanierogergallery.comPAINT COLOURS ColourMaster Bone on the floor; ColourMaster Coast as bedhead,

homestyle’s ‘Sleep sanctuary’ feature, Apr/May 2015 – in association with Beds R Us.

Words & Styling Amber Armitage    
Photography Melanie Jenkins

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