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Create a Monochrome masterpiece:

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  1. Satin White Glass & Grey Mirror Sliding Doors
  2. Create a bold feature wall but layer up with textures & accessories
  3. Make a statement by laying monochrome patterned tiled flooring
  4. Dress your bed with soft grey knitted throws & patterned bedding & cushions
  5. Herringbone designed wooden flooring injects some subtle pattern
  6. Wooden accessories make your room softer & more feminine

If you’re brave enough to adopt a dramatic, dark background, it is important that your space still feels warm and inviting, particularly if you are using this scheme in your bedroom.  Black and white are the obvious staple colours for creating the monochrome trend, however warm greys and natural textures such as stone or wood are perfect for making your room feel softer and more feminine. 


Wooden flooring laid in a herringbone design is the perfect way of injecting some subtle pattern into your room, whilst the natural properties of the wood will help your room to feel warm and cosy.  Alternatively, if you want to make more of a pattern statement, introducing patterned tiles will not only bring another texture to your room, but will also work well with a room with period features.


The use of large mirrors will help to reflect light around the space, particularly important if lots of darker tones have been used, while the bed is the perfect space to tie the whole design together with the use of warm knitted throws and patterned cushions. View this range today!

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If you'd like to discuss the design of your own wardrobe or how fitted furniture solutions could benefit you, enquire online and we'll call you to arrange your free design visit. Alternatively, just phone us and we can arrange a free bedroom or home office design visit over the phone.

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