Four Ways To Update Your Bedroom Walls
Getting bored of that slightly murky looking whitewash that hasn’t been touched since 2012? If your bedroom walls are sending you to sleep, it’s time to jump on the maximalist wagon and give them an injection of life. Here are four design-led ideas to make your bedroom walls sing.
Four Maximalist Ideas to Makeover Tired Bedroom Walls
Give your bedroom a jewel-box feel by choosing a paper that reflects your personality. We love these floral walls in a mineral colourway, sitting happily against a geometric headboard. Lucia wallpaper in Olive, £272 per roll; headboard upholstered in Octagon Rose, £98 p/m; cushion in Berber Stripe, £164 p/m. madeaux.com
Unique or Bespoke Touches
Hand made, painted or embellished designs add an extra layer of beauty to bedroom walls that your less likely to see replicated elsewhere. Lala Curio’s Pagoda wallpaper is hand painted on Thai silk with hand embellishments. From £1,195 per sq/m, fameedkhalique.com
A trend which has been picked up by the most stylish homes and hotels over the last few months: pattern matching really adds an extra something to the boudoir (though you can experiment with it in your hallway and cloakroom, too). Why just deck your walls out in this pretty vintage design by Flora Soames when you can have the lampshade, bedspread and headboard to match? Flora Soames Enid’s Ramble, £164 p/m, florasoames.com
Riotous pattern and colour not your thing? To create a maximalist feel in a neutral colour scheme – why not add some texture to your walls? This oversized Chanel-style quilted headboard was created for a client by Burbeck Interiors. From £2,500, burbeckinteriors.com
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