Now we have reached December (we know, where has this year gone!?), it is tempting to bring the earthy tones and colours of the outside indoors. Perhaps industrial and country were not your style. Bold patterns, thick textures and welcoming fabrics are more your scene. Then we shall introduce you to the tribal look.
For this weeks ‘Styling a Soak&Sleep bedroom’ we ask Sarah to create just that. A powerful, crisp and on trend look that is suitable for not only winter, but all year round.
Sarah was quick to choose our Sheringham range as the furniture in this look. With it’s organic bold stand out beauty and form, this natural solid American poplar collection celebrates the curves of the grain, and has stylish, luxurious and unique finishes. Sarah used the bedframe, bedside table and five drawer set to bring warmness to this look.
To complete the look, Sarah chose our new Reversible Tribal Bed linen which comes in a luxurious 375tc Portuguese woven cotton (coming soon). With its two-tone grey reversible pattern, this rich textured bedding gives you two different looks and patterns. Sarah coordinated this with our Charcoal Grey French Linen, and our new comfy and soft Tribal bedspread to really make the geometric patterns pop (available soon).
Sarah added a touch of simplicity with our Grovesnor lamp, a glassware with a elegant linen shade. Launched this season, this is fast becoming a favourite in the office, and is beautiful empty or filled with your favourite accessories or additions.
To accessorise the Tribal room look, Sarah added in some touches, like our Hexagonal mirror, a statement retro piece that is sure to add style to your bedroom. By placing flowers from Bloom & Wild on our silver tray and in our ribbed vase, Sarah was able to bring a touch of nature to the bedroom, and our hanging three piece frame was perfect for adding personal touches to this bedroom look.
So there you have it, what do you think of this ‘tribal’ look?
And this concludes our ‘Styling at Soak&Sleep styling challenge’ with Sarah Akwisombe, what was your favourite look?