Furniture Trends in 2021
WHAT ARE THE BEDROOM TRENDS FOR 2021?
'The bedroom should be a Modern and elegant in which to rest and recuperate
'In recent past muted, neutral tones have been popular, we are now seeing a huge move away from minimalist interior schemes with clients being more daring with design choices. From statement wallpaper and creative wall finishes such as polished plaster through to bold and colourful fabrics and bed linen, clients want to inject personality into their homes, and this is no different in the bedroom.'
'Tall Headboards are once again becoming popular, with big, bold shapes in bright colours and patterned fabrics being a go-to choice. It's all about creating a focal point and making a real statement and an upholstered headboard will really allow you to show off your personality, whilst being comfortable and practical too.
Allow your bed to dominate. Your bed should be the first thing you see as you enter the room. More than one key piece and they’ll start competing for attention. Make your focal piece captivating so that it’s something to enjoy looking at. Vibrant colours, striking patterns and interesting shapes are all things to consider when thinking about master bedroom ideas and choosing that statement bed.
When it comes to buying your bed and headboard, you should really spend the most your budget will allow as this is a long-term investment. Get the largest size the room can take to give the most impact. 'Headboards are an inexpensive way of transforming a bedroom
With the rise of the boutique hotel and its trending look in residential design, the headboard has become a brilliant focal point in bedroom décor. Look to the Firmdale Hotels for inspiration on using brave colour and pattern, and have fun coordinating your headboard with a wallpaper or throw. Don’t be afraid to choose a more outlandish style, as this only adds more character.
WHAT IS THE NEW BEDROOM COLOR TREND FOR 2021?
For 2021 we have moved away from dark charcoals and blues and towards the warmer tones of nature, like deep reddish browns and terracotta, which are strong and subdued but achingly fashionable. Incredibly chic by day and cosy by night, they bring a grounded but luxurious atmosphere that is thought-provoking as well as soothing, when paired with other hues found in the natural world.'
Lately we crave warm tones that will enrich our homes and create cosy sanctuaries away from the outside world. Luxurious colours like red can be added to the most neutral of palettes by using them in the rooms we use at the end of the day, when we most want to relax and be comforted