St Luke's Mews, Notting Hill, London
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Make your headboard the heroA colourful headboard can make a bedroom appear more finished and luxurious and, with its relaxing blue tones, teal could be the perfect option. Here, the combination of velvet and the jewel-bright teal colour is a winner. Teal also works well with contrasting shades – here, it looks great with the red rug and lamps, grey walls and navy doors.
15. This ensuite is charming in its vintage appeal and sings opulence and glamour with a freestanding copper tub and rich teal-blue doors.
Supersize the bedThe bigger the bed the better when it comes to sleeping with a partner undisturbed. This generously sized design offers plenty of space and looks super comfortable, too, with tactile blue upholstery and pristine bed linen. Need to test the width of your bed or try a new one for size? Partners should lie down together arms behind heads. For comfortable sleeping, elbows shouldn’t touch.
Lay down a rugPersian rugs have been an interiors classic for a long time, and for good reason. They add a sense of quiet luxury and timeless heritage to a space. Choose a modest-sized rectangular one to position at the side of your bed, or go large as they’ve done here, and lay it under the bed for an indulgent hit of warm colour.