Table of Contents
- 1 1. Bold and blue
- 2 2. Floral prints
- 3 3. Combine white with nature
- 4 4. Mix textures
- 5 5. Grey on grey
- 6 6. Ochre
- 7 7. Less is more
- 8 8. Eclectic glamour
- 9 How sleep experts can help you find your perfect bed
- 10 1. Find the right mattress for you
- 11 2. Don’t eat big meals before bed
- 12 3. Don’t go to bed hungry
- 13 4. Don’t go to bed stressed
- 14 5. Have a set sleep schedule
- 15 How can I find out more?
We’re spending a lot more time at home than we’ve ever done before so making sure it is just how we want it has become more of a priority.
Whether that’s freshening up the walls, buying new furniture or giving your home a complete makeover – 2020 has certainly been the year for the DIY-ers.
Also emerging from 2020 are the ever-changing home decor trends – accent walls are becoming a thing of the past while darker and bolder colours prove more popular.
Up to date with the latest trends in home decor, And So To Bed sell some of the world’s finest luxury beds, mattresses, bedding and furniture and are not only helping its customer in terms of style, its sleep experts also put a lot of work into helping its customers get a great night’s sleep.
And So To Bed say: “For over 40 years, we have been curating, recommending and retailing some of the world’s finest luxury beds…from traditional four posters, to modern floating beds; from quality handmade mattresses to a full range of bed linen – together we will curate your dreamiest night’s sleep.”
With a brand new showroom now open on Manchester’s King Street, we took a look at some of the current bedroom trends and how And So To Bed can help you achieve them.
1. Bold and blue
Don’t shy away from bold and bright tones, 2020 is the year to add some colour into your bedroom.
Blue in particular in on trend so whether that’s cobalt blue, teal, turquoise or dark blue – they’re all very in right now. And don’t be afraid to mix the different shades, blue on blue works.
Although a cool colour, it doesn’t mean your bedroom won’t be cosy. The Richmond bed is cosy, classy and elegant and is also available in a range of colours and materials including cottons, linens and velvets. The blue here contrasts amazingly with the darker walls and different shades.
2. Floral prints
Whether it’s the bedding, the walls or the soft furnishings, floral prints are making a comeback. Previous years have seen more tropical-inspired prints gain popularity but this year floral prints are taking over.
Incorporating this classic trend into your bedroom doesn’t mean having to be transported back in time, you can go big and bold with bright splashes of colour or you can be more subtle with a just a few simple accessories.
To add some floral to the bedroom in a more understated way, this desk is an elegant touch that can also be paired with a matching chest of drawers.
With delicate hand-painted flowers and floral carvings, this trend can be channelled with a more natural finish.
3. Combine white with nature
It might be simplistic but its a classic style and it seems to be a colour that will never go out of fashion.
Popular among many home accounts on Instagram, a white bedroom is a crisp and clean design and is also a good backdrop for another popular trend for this year – incorporating greenery into your decor.
Forget fake plants, that was so last year! The trend for this year is real plants so they’ll take a bit of looking after but the colours will really stand out in a white bedroom.
This Louis XV caned painted bed is a hand-carved french style wood inspired by the Rococo period. Shown above is the French white painted finish but it is also available in a range of colours and can also be upholstered.
4. Mix textures
An exposed brick wall, wooden furniture and an upholstered bed, so many textures and colours might sound like an interior designer’s nightmare but this year it’s bang on-trend.
Don’t focus so much on everything matching, varying textures and styles will certainly add character to the room without having to focus too hard on the design – it could even save you from having to redecorate.
This Emilia wing upholstered bed will add some luxury to your bedroom space and mix and match with some wooden furniture and you’ll be on trend without even trying.
5. Grey on grey
Grey on grey is a trend that has dominated many an influencer’s account on social media for a while and seems to be a colour theme that is not going out of style anytime soon.
A versatile colour that works well with lots of difference tones and colours, pair it with dusky pinks and purples and even more bolder colours like yellow and blue, or just different shades of grey – the options are endless.
A grey room is almost like having a blank canvas. You can add warmth, make it cosy and in fact, you can probably combine it with any of these seven other current trends.
The Vispring Opulence mattress and divan set pictured along with the Aldo headboard gives this room a cosy ambience and a luxury hotel feel. Imagine enjoying the comfort of a luxury overnight stay at your favourite hotel from the comfort of your own bedroom every single night.
A colour that seems to be popular no matter what room are the yellow tones of mustard and ochre.
It’s not hard to see why this is such a favourite at the moment with the colour being pretty versatile that it works with a range of different colours – navy, pink, teal or just on its own.
It adds colour and can brighten up any room, whether it the walls, the bed or simply just a few cushions.
The Boston upholstered bed from And So To Bed is another take on the dark yellow trend and comes in a turmeric shade. A floating bed design with a velvet finish, it is available in a wide range of colours and fabrics.
7. Less is more
If you’re a less is more kind of person then you’ll love the minimalist trend – it’s simple, it’s clutter-free and it’s timeless. But simple doesn’t have to mean boring, a few statement pieces of furniture is all it needs to bring the room to life.
Not only stylish, a simple design with transform your bedroom into a hive of relaxation and tranquillity – everything you’d want for a bedroom, it will become your sanctuary.
What could be more minimalist than a floating bed? Experience the feeling of floating in mid-air with the Leviosa from And So To Bed – it will certainly make a statement. You can even add to the ambience of the room with coloured LED under-bed lighting. Included with this bed are also two bedside floating drawers and two magnetic phone charging points.
8. Eclectic glamour
Deep dark colours and industrial textures are at the centre of this 2020 trend that infuses art deco with retro glam. Who doesn’t love a bit of glamour?
A look that can easily be created throughout the home, this is a key trend not only for the bedroom but for the whole house.
Think industrial lights, statement furniture and some 1970’s inspiration and you’ll have eclectic glamour.
The industrial-designed Hoxton four poster bed oozes glamour, style and sophistication and against the darker walls the gold colour really pops and makes an ageless statement.
How sleep experts can help you find your perfect bed
This leading luxury bed and furniture store has now opened its latest showroom right here in Manchester where its sleep experts can help you find the perfect bed.
Shoppers can browse its range of quality beds instore or take advantage of the completely bespoke service offered which includes upholstering a bed using their own custom fabric.
Located close to both Victoria and Picadilly train stations, the showroom has a brand new home located on King Street and stocks its own products as well as top brands including Tempur, Vispring and Yves Delorme.
And So To Bed have partnered with sleep ambassador Dr Lindsay Browning to offer its customers tips on how to sleep well.
Dr Lindsay is an expert in her field obtaining a doctorate from the University of Oxford, where she investigated the relationship between worry and insomnia. She is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, she is also a member of the British Sleep Society, and has published several publications about sleep and game theory.
Her tips include:
1. Find the right mattress for you
It’s important to find the right bed for you. Dr Lindsay advises the importance of making sure your hips and shoulders are properly supported.
2. Don’t eat big meals before bed
Dr Lindsay advised not to eat big meals before going to bed as your body will be digesting the food and it can cause indigestion.
3. Don’t go to bed hungry
Going to bed hungry can be equally as disruptive to your sleep as it can cause adrenaline. Instead she advised something with complex carbohydrates and dairy before bed. Her advice would be a glass of milk and an oat cookie.
4. Don’t go to bed stressed
It’s not surprising that stress can disrupt sleep. Going to sleep is a lot easier when you are relaxed according to Dr Lindsay. This is because stress can cause cortisol which makes the body stay more alert.
5. Have a set sleep schedule
Dr Lindsay advises going to bed at the same time each day and getting up at the same time each morning. This ensures that you prioritise sleep and also helps you to have a strong circadian rhythm, so that falling asleep will be easier.
How can I find out more?
Pop down to the new Manchester showroom to browse its luxury range of beds, mattresses, bedding and furniture.
There’s currently a 25% off autumn sale as well as a further saving of 50% off Vispring headboards when you buy a qualifying divan set.
There are also further savings to be had exclusively for Manchester customers including a free mattress protector and pillows with a qualifying purchase. Head down to the new Manchester showroom to find out more.
Visit: 55 King Street, Manchester, M2 4LQ
Call: 01615 051 072