If you have a wardrobe as well-curated as your home, why not put it on display? Using a clothes rack is a great storage option in small rooms, as it leaves more open space, and can be more practical for those who like easy access to their garments. Prepare to go minimal with your clothes though, as most racks are around 100 to 130cm in width.
Bedrooms should be a place of rest and relaxation, and colour can have a big influence on our mental state. If you need some inspiration, greys and blues are a great option as they instil a sense of order and calm. Adding gentle prints and textures will keep it interesting without shocking the system.
Kids rooms can be some of the most fun projects to receive as an interior designer. They allow you to use a bit more creativity in attempting to spark their curiosity and imagination. Just make sure that it can be easily adapted as they get older – think wall stickers instead of a painted mural!
While often overlooked, the perfect bedhead can be the standout feature of a room! Styles range from rectangular panels to ornate curves, including quilted or panelled designs, or even shelving. Popular fabrics include linen for a minimal look, or velvet for those who prefer to go full luxe. However, a simple timber style can be just as striking!