Practical yet Polished
Tuesday, 14 June 2016 | Social
PRACTICAL YET POLISHED
Want a tranquil, relaxed bedroom setting, then beautifully painted furniture in an elegant soft palette may be the ideal choice.
According to The Home Company, Skipton’s long established furniture and furnishings store,
quality bedroom furniture comes in a variety of styles and finishes, something to suit every home.
For great design and superb value choose Chamonix, a range that comes in a choice of finishes with each cupboard, chest and wardrobe styled with deep plinths and either painted or with oak tops in pastel shades of white fawn, cotton and buttermilk and handles in chrome or crystal.
Linda Lee, the lifestyle store’s manager said: “Bedroom furniture needs to be practical but it doesn’t mean it has to be dull. It’s a room where we spend a lot of time, so whether you want a modern, traditional or more rustic style, you can choose the right look for your home.”
For something simple with clean lines go for Chelsea, an Ivory painted pine, combining old world charm with contemporary design. Accentuated by the natural browns of ash, this collection gives a rustic but modern feel.
Coelo combines the traditional look of painted furniture with solid oak, but with a high quality finish giving it a contemporary twist, in subtle shades of oyster white, toasted almond, harbour gray and natural stone.
To create a modern design Reims is a comprehensive collection of oak bedroom furniture that includes wardrobes, chests, beds and mirrors. Select metal cup handle or knobs for a contemporary look, or wood knobs for traditional character.
“With so many great collections to choose from there is something for everyone. Painted, natural oak or high gloss lacquer; stylish, well-made furniture turns a house into a home,” added Linda.