Revitalise your Bedroom - Rustic Raw Materials
This season, the rustic raw materials trend is a gorgeous way to add some fab new textures and rustic key pieces to your bedroom. Inspired by natural materials and the hugely popular industrial trend, using beautiful pieces made out of rustic raw materials can create a stylish and homely space. From wool to leather and even copper - this trend is all about beautiful materials and unique textures.
Include gorgeous wooden details
Wooden details are key to the rustic raw materials trend. Classic wooden furniture is one example, like this beautiful Kielder Bed (1) which uses minimalist design to really showcase the beautiful natural raw materials it's made with. By accessorising your room with gorgeous wooden details, anyone can recreate this trend, which is perfect for a peaceful, relaxing bedroom. This stunning natural wash fir wood, iron and glass lantern (3) is another great use of the rustic raw materials trend, with intricate design and a beautiful rustic finish. Silver lanterns are also an easy way to add some soft lighting, making your room a real sanctuary after a busy day.
Stick to a neutral colour palette
Textures are key to this trend and it's important to let colour take a back seat. To really show off the beautiful raw materials and create a natural warm space, a neutral colour palette is key. The Echo Rug (2) in cream is a true thing of beauty and entirely woven from wool, perfect for softening this raw aesthetic while staying on trend. Instead of plain walls, use an interesting wallpaper, like this stylish Sawn Wood Slats Wallpaper (5) to add subtle textures to your space.
Add some beautiful design features to your room by using unusual textures to really set your room apart. Fuse warm-hued reclaimed wood furniture with copper accessories, a jute rug and rusty coloured wool throws for a sensory delight. Or add depth and texture with lighting. The stunning EOS light brown XL shade (4) uses goose feathers to create a really interesting and unique texture. It's a great focal point for the room, using both a neutral colour palette and unusual raw materials, while creating the perfect soft light for your bedroom.