5 Dreamy Bedside Vignette Looks to be Inspired by

Thinking of sprucing up your bedroom for the cosier months ahead? Here’s some inspiration. These bedside vignettes will have you snuggled up under the covers in no time…

1Glasshouse-Mountains-home_016-Photo-Anastasia-KAriofyllidisPhoto: As featured in ‘Heart of Glass’ in Winter 2014 Queensland Homes Magazine, photographed by Anastasia Kariofyllidis.

Back in Black

Think black’s a bit too dramatic for a cosy bedroom? Think again. Paired with faux fur and crisp, fluffy sheets, it’s a colour scheme which can look utterly chic. Let the focus be on your impeccable furnishings and watch the black shine luxuriously in the background.

1Highgate-House_RYN3985Photo: Highgate House

Coastal Charm

Opt for a seaside vignette and you’ll dream of the beach all year long. Nautical stripes, natural textures and artfully woven accessories are the heroes of this aesthetic and give this room a casual feel – perfect for lazy Sundays spent in bed.

1Rylo-Interiors_MG_1189Photo: Rylo Interiors, photographed by Eloise van Riet-Gray

Clean and Crisp

White on white is one of our favourite colour palettes, especially when it’s accented by pops of colour. Relax in resort-style luxury with this vignette, featuring your favourite Egyptian cotton sheets and throw pillows, cup of tea at the ready – or mimosa, because you can.

1Anju-Designs-Photo-©TobyScottPhoto: Anju Designs, photographed by Toby Scott

Grey Matters

This is the perfect moody look if you’re after a more masculine bedside vignette; equally, it would also be an ideal inner-city penthouse look. Grey is less imposing than black, so it’s the gateway hue if you’re nervous about jumping on the black colour bandwagon. Pewter accents and leather furnishings add a muted air of sophistication.

1Lily-G_Noosa-Apt_005-Photo-Anastasia-Kariofyllidis--683x1024Photo: Lily G, photographed by Anastasia Kariofylliolis

Texture to Treasure

Colour your bedroom and throw in texture for good measure – it’s the trick to a beautiful bedside vignette. From the wallpaper to the mirror to the plush carpet, the contrast of textures makes this room utterly cosy (with a vivid point of difference to any other room you’re likely to come across). Add some greenery and you’re set.