The young couple chose the sophisticated and fresh Radley range in matte white with silver handles. Clean lines and slab doors with a monochrome flavour, sets the scene for this stylish Scandinavian-themed bedroom.
With ample space at one end of the room it was an obvious choice to design a six door, floor to ceiling wardrobe with two mirrored doors, giving the room a larger feel.
Sarah Slimm, interior designer who styled this Radley White bedroom explains;
“Monochrome interiors are one of the most confident interior styles and shades of grey have now become the new magnolia for interiors. There are now grey accessories galore on the high street from deep gunmetals to cloudy tones and it is such a versatile colour; you can add any highlight colour easily. In this shot with the simplicity of the Radley White we have used a deep navy blue velvet from Harlequin boutique collection as an accent keeping the palette calm.
“To stop the styling from becoming too washy, the use of geometrics give depth to the style and adds structure. To accentuate the colour palette and geometric I have to tied it in with some simple Scandinavian inspired table lamps from B&Q.”
As you can see from the before snap shots, this dull bedroom has been turned in to a beautiful, storage savvy space. It just goes to show fitted furniture can make a bedroom look so much bigger.
Chris and Ria are over the moon with their new Hammonds furniture, describing the Radley range as “amazing” and overall hammond experience as “very professional”.