How to design a zen bedroom:

When it comes to designing your house, your bedroom is the space where you most want to feel at peace. Creating the balance between style, comfort and of course function is essential.

Choosing a bespoke bedroom allows you to customise every little detail and utilise every inch of space. If you’re wondering where to begin, here are some tips on creating a zen bedroom:

Embrace your style:

A bedroom is the place to rest your head at the end of the day, so it should be designed to calm you – this could be anything from dark mahogany wood to softer designs.

Storage solutions:

Bespoke design allows you to use every inch of space. This can be vital in bedrooms which often feature sloping roofs and awkward windows. Bespoke furniture is built to fit to the nearest inch, created just for you and your space.

Inspect the lighting:

Do you need pitch black to get to sleep? Perhaps you like the sun to wake you up in the morning. Make sure you design your bedroom so the light perfectly reflects your preference - you might even like mood lighting to send you off to sleep.

Walk-in wardrobe:

Do you have a room that isn’t being used? Maximise the space in your bedroom by creating a walk-in wardrobe instead of a standing wardrobe. A walk-in wardrobe is the height of luxury and you can showcase some of your best fashions in custom glass cabinets.

En-suite:

A stylistic flow between your en-suite and your bedroom can create a calming atmosphere. Imagine soaking in your bathtub before collapsing into your sheets. If you’re looking to renovate a combination of your rooms, we can help you get a cohesive look.

Hide away your media:

There’s nothing worse than unsightly wires. Our storage solutions can hide all that away so your space is clean and tidy. You could even choose a bespoke cabinet that hides your TV away completely, or make it disappear with the press of a button.

If you would like to redesign your bedroom, get in touch now for a custom quote. Not sure where to begin? Take a look at some of the bedrooms we’ve already created.