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Beautiful Bedrooms – which one would you like to wake up in?

We have been searching for our favourite bedroom designs, focusing on the key elements we believe are most important in creating the perfect bedroom hideaway and have sourced these beautiful boudoirs to illustrate these.   Over sized headboards, plush textured fabrics and striking feature walls are just a few key areas to consider when designing for that all important ‘hotel finish’.  But what we would like to know here at Murray Hurst Interiors is… which of our favourites is your favourite?  Which of these beautiful bedrooms would you like to wake up in?

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Padded full wall headboard with luxurious throw and scatters create a heavenly boudoir here.

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This beautifully designed four poster positioned central to the room creates a grand master suite.

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A simple palette of neutral greys create a calming scheme with character beams defining the space.

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For a more traditional feel this beautiful french inspired bedroom adds a feminine touch.

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Luxurious fabrics and statement pieces teamed with glamorous finishes create an opulent, sophisticated scheme.

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Bold pattern and a fresh burst of colour create a fun, welcoming feel in this contemporary scheme.

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A dark feature wall teamed with mirrored finishes displays a dramatic scheme in this spacious bedroom.

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A mirrored feature wall and fresh accent colours create a bright, happy room.

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Luxurious fabrics teamed with statement over sized pieces create an opulent, impressive scheme.

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The drama of this black four poster with additional black finishes creates a bold, statement bedroom.

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One response

  1. OOOooohh what stunning rooms, each so individual and beautifully designed. I think my favourites would have to be 4,5 and 7. In picture 4 the bed takes centre stage with its beautifully carved head and foot board complimented by the chests – this room just feels serene and elegant in a country chic way. Room 5 is a little large for me, but the headboard is such a feature in itself, drawing your eye in and the beautiful mirrors and silver furniture add such style. My final fav is because I just love the contrast between the rustic wood and white walls, against the modern black and silver – the balance is perfect, resulting in a stunning look.

    May 27, 2013 at 9:51 pm

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