Pink feminine bedroom
A bright pink bedspread adds a hot burst of colour in this traditional bedroom. A classic painted chest of drawers adds a period touch, while floral curtains and a rocking chair give a hint of country charm.
Romantic bedroomJust a little hint of stripe brings out the edge in an elaborate headboard - pure modern romance.
Adding prints and patterns, such as the wallpaper and headboard here, creates a mesh of vibrant and soft colour tones. Patchwork-effect feature walls, such as using two different colours of a vintage floral wallpaper, add to the eclectic feel of the bedroom.
Dusky pink bedroom
Dusky pinks and purples, matched with brass and antique gold accessories, create a warm but feminine feel in this bedroom.
Relaxed attic bedroom
Oak beams create a dramatic backdrop to the country-style decor in this bedroom. The sizable checked armchair and patchwork quilt add relaxed charm to the room.
This modern interpretation of pattern layers floral fabrics on the bed then repeats the colours in a striped rug. Pattern on the wall holds the look together.
Drama has been added to this guest bed with swathes of pretty draped fabric. Printed quilts and cushions complete the look.
Relaxing bedroom chaise
A chaise-longue is perfect for a daytime siesta and, combined with a rich pink rug, damask blind, and adorned with red velvet accents it offers an ultimately luxurious feel in this bedroom.
Layer up with pretty embroidered vintage-style bedlinen and mix and match cushions, then pile on crochet blankets for added warmth.
Country attic bedroom
Old and new combine beautifully in this attic bedroom - the antique bed and beams and the modern metallic throw and bedside table.
White French-style bedroom
The French country style that prevails in this bedroom has been kept simple with a palette of white and soft grey. The textured quilts and layered fabrics add warmth.
Lace detailing and intricate patterns on the net curtains, quilted bedspread, wall stencil and headboard are a delicate and simple way to add character and vintage charm to a bedroom.
Relaxed country bedroom
A cool palette of stone, charcoal, putty and ink blue create a warm country feel with a touch of sophistication. A sense of opulence has been added with draped, fine-weave wool curtains and a matching buttoned headboard.
Eclectic country bedroom
A Victorian-style iron bedstead is perfect for re-creating the farmhouse look. Choose rugs for warmth and comfort underfoot, especially if you ahve wooden floors. Wall lights free up space if you haven't got room for large bedside tables.
Pale blue curtains and a patchwork bedspread give this living room a homely feel and soften the red brick wall. A painted bedstead creates a French-style look, while the white bedside table adds extra storage for bedroom accessories and books.
Modern New England-style bedroom
This elegant New England-style bedroom is based around chalky blue and taupe colours combined with beautiful wooden furniture. A New Heights chest of drawers and bedside table are teamed with a Laura Ashley armchair and the bed is dressed with bedlinen and a throw from Next. The colours create a relaxing feel to the room, with the Harlequin linen curtains adding to the fresh, open feel.
Pink eclectic bedroom
An eye-catching arrangement of frames and mirrors, combined with vintage throws and cushions, create a look that's fun and relaxed.
Blue country-style bedroom
Blue walls and curtains create a tranquil feel without feeling too cold thanks to the warm-wood bedside tables and plump scatter cushions. Arranging a selection of cushions in order of size makes the bed look comfortable and stylish.
Golden master bedroom
A classic-style bedstead is an eye-catching feature in this elegant bedroom. Metallic cushions add colourful accents against the cream bedlinen and neutral walls. The matching bedside tables have drawers for handy storage and are teamed with decorative table lamps.
This is a good example of how to mix two striking patterns successfully. The background colour of both these patterns is the same, which links the two designs together. Also, the patterned fabric, although bold, is only two colours, so doesn't dominate the room or conflict with the more intricately patterned wallpaper.