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4. In this space, the four-poster gets a contemporary makeover with angular cross-beams that replace classic posts and columns. There is no visible bed-base and the posts go right up to the ceiling – giving it an almost floating-bed design. Other modern elements include the attached headboard with sleek slates (not visible in this image) and a trolley table at the foot of the bed to replace the traditional ottoman.
The bedroom has a quirky and edgy feel to it. This is headlined by the bespoke four-poster bed hanging from the ceiling and the small table on wheels that replaces the usual ottoman. “A stack of drawers are used in the place of conventional bedside tables,” Simeen says. This space has been kept clear of the colours of the living room.
1. Rustic with an edgeThis bedroom by Moriq Interiors takes a rather unconventional route, be it in the furniture choices or their arrangement. I love the concept of a bed that’s hanging from the ceiling. This creative bed sets the edgy tone of this space, heightened by the monochrome wallpaper printed with skyscrapers. Continuing with the out-of-box design style, the side tables are unique too, with drawers apparently carelessly stacked on top of each other. The repurposed wood table with wheels and the jute rug bring an element of rustic but industrial style.What is rustic or industrial? See decor styles here