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3. An upholstered cube One (or more) of these is a multitasking marvel for any bedroom, and it won’t take up much floor space. Use an upholstered cube as a seat when pulling on your jeans, team it with a dressing table and you can tuck it out of the way, or swap it in as a simple bedside surface. The ones seen here are rugged in leather, but there’s a world of patterns and colours from which to choose.Find a designer to design your bedroom
Lights in tactile, organic materials can completely change the atmosphere of a room. Take this beachy light, which lends this bedroom the character of a resort town getaway. Whether you want to play against the hard surfaces in a modern space or already have a lot of engaging texture at hand, it usually can’t hurt to add a little more to your palette. And a chandelier is an unexpected place to do so.