A private haven, your bedroom is where you sleep, love, dream and live. Make it so exquisite that you have a valid excuse to stay in bed all day. DECO LAB brings you the best in local shopping and inspiration finding your perfect style has never been this easy. Soothe your sense by choosing a milky palette – it’s fresh, simple, calming and makes the space feel bigger. Combine shades of white, cream and beige with blond timber, wool and leather.
From left Colonial White cabinet R13 500, Trade Secret Diskus Hanging Light from R920 each, Douglas & Company Side table 20mm Marble Top R4 290, LIMWallpaper is always a good idea; its such an easy way to add vibrancy and visual interest to the bedroom. Just don’t overdo it; keep the rest neutral.
Clockwise from top left Cocoon chair R15 700, Egg Designs Knitted Green and Gold cushion R399, @home Indigo Art Glass vase R795, Weylandts Sprayed server with 2 Drawers and 1 Door R15 900, LIM Cotton Tie Dye throw R1995, Weylandts Your bedroom should be a mix of fresh trends and elements that complement your personal aesthetic; this space is as much about comfort and practicality as it is about style.
Clockwise from top left Bellona Queen quilt cover R1 799, Country Road Tama Book Shelf R22 995, Weylandts Marble Patch side table R12 000, Egg DesignsUse your space wisely: that eliminate clutter, only keep the furniture and items you really need, keep colours light and opt for soft, subtle lighting.
Clockwise from top left Goldilocks Rocker & Footstool R42 700, Egg Designs Millefiori Catalytic Aladin lamp R649, @home Bent Mild Steel lamp from R2 310, LIM Odin King quilt cover R2 799, Country Road
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The Africa Issue is a celebration of the future of design in Africa and its potential to drive change. We explore the concept of ‘Africaness’, what this means for our aesthetic. We also dream big with bedroom inspiration and take you on a tour of homes that truly embrace the spirit of the continent. Pick up your copy today and tell us what you think on Twitter @Elle_Deco using #AfricaIssue.