Sleeping may still be the main objective of a bedroom, but now bedrooms are worked in, relaxed in, and for entertaining in. Your furniture should reflect this. Multi-functional hardworking pieces which can snap and change at a moments notice.
Not all bedrooms are for sleeping. Sometimes, bedrooms are for working, eating or relaxing. That's why you need furniture which reflects this multi-functional room. Sofas
which turn into beds at the flick of a switch, desks which turn into dressing tables
and shelves which become bedside tables. Making the most of valuable space is the key aspect - every square foot counts when it comes to the bedroom. Once your hardworking furniture is in place, cover your bedroom in cosy duvet covers, tactile throws and colourful cushions. Snuggle up in duvets and pillows and add accessories. After all, your bedroom may be a hardworking multi-functional room, but it's still your bedroom.