When designing your bedroom, don't forget about addressing the all-important space at the foot of your bed. This is prime real estate that gives you another opportunity to add function, pattern, shape and texture into your space. Don't miss the chance to do more with this often-neglected styling space.
A bench, otherwise known as a "bedroom bench" is a great way to fill the space at the foot of your bed with an artful piece of furniture. Not only will it update the style of your room, it's also a convenient addition, adding extra seating and storage.
"A bench seat is a beautifully aesthetic piece of furniture that enriches any bedroom decor," says Curious Grace Stylist Jane Hausseger.
"You can be creative with your material choices: consider using timbers, upholstered fabrics with studs, luscious velvet, artistic steel. You want to choose something that compliments your existing style, but also makes just the right amount of statement."
The walnut Spindle Benchwith upholstery is a mark of true quality craftsmanship. Its curved edge detail gives way to a second shelf for practical storage, allowing space for books or your favourite pair of shoes. With an upholstered seat in woven grey fabric it blends easily with various colour themes and decors and adds another level of comfort and coziness to the space.
For a more contemporary look, the Ethnicraft Oak Straight Bench is a beautiful addition to the foot of your bed. Its sleek, straight lines create a clean simplicity while the stunning pale oak timber will work well with most colour palettes.
Layer this piece with beautiful throws or cushions to create a look that is sophisticated, luxurious and effortlessly relaxed.
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