From countryside-chic decor to Rococo-inspired headboards, we're on-hand to provide expert insight into the upcoming bedroom trends for 2022.
There has been a move away from sharp rectangular bed designs, towards headboards with adventurous curves. This shape lends itself particularly well to both pastel and bold coloured velvets, creating a visual contrast when situated in a pared-back bedroom scheme.
“In a world where everything can start to look the same on social media, nothing beats owning something personalised and unique to your individual style. At Button & Sprung we can upholster every one of our beds in any fabric of your choosing, including bold prints, luxurious linens and plush velvets allowing you to create your own unique bed.”
Adam Black, Co-Founder, Button & Sprung
Country-chic has been a key trend for the past couple of years. Lush linens, imperfect ceramics and scalloped edges feature in abundance to create a maximalist interior setting. Whilst the move towards more homely interiors is going nowhere, there has definitely been a shift towards a softer take on this eclectic trend.
Perfectly suited to both classic and contemporary schemes, a gentle approach to country styling embraces nature with an earthy colour palette of warm neutrals and clay hues. Tactile materials including linen, wicker and wood all play a key part in achieving this natural, stripped-back style.
As consumers, we're increasingly aware of the environmental issues that we're facing as a society. We want to know where the products we are investing in are made and what it is that they are made from. The furniture industry in particular is having to re-think its sustainability strategy.
As self-confessed foam-a-phobes, we recently launched our 'Mattress-spiracy' campaign across social media to draw attention to the detrimental affect the foam mattress industry is having on our health and the wider environment.
Every mattress in our range is hand-made in the U.K. using only 100% natural fillings and world-leading pocket spring technology, meaning that they're free from chemical nasties and can be fully recycled at the end of their lives. Sumptuously supportive and available in a range of varying tensions, there is an eco-conscious mattress designed to suit any type of sleeper.
Published by Sophia Freeman