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The scheme that’s in­spired us this month

One of the sim­plest and most ef­fec­tive ways to bring bou­tique-ho­tel style to your bed­room is to use a monochro­matic colour pal­ette. This clas­sic look is never end­ingly chic, and al­ways eye-catch­ing. The fo­cal point of this lux­ury bed­room scheme is the over­sized, deep but­toned head­board cov­ered in an un­der­stated grey fab­ric. With its gen­er­ous height, there is plenty of room to care­fully ar­range a col­lec­tion of pil­lows and cush­ions all cov­ered in sump­tu­ous fab­rics that care­fully tone with the scheme.

Whether it’s a mas­ter suite or a com­pact guest room, any so­phis­ti­cated bed­room scheme must in­clude crisp white bed­li­nen – prefer­ably in a high thread count for ul­ti­mate com­fort. Here, an el­e­gant throw in a sub­tle plum shade adds more tex­ture and is a fur­ther vari­a­tion on the colour scheme, which helps to build up a har­mo­nious look. Sim­ple side ta­bles dis­play one or two per­sonal items, which add warmth and in­di­vid­u­al­ity with­out al­low­ing the look to get clut­tered. A small posy of flow­ers and a clas­sic white orchid bring a nat­u­ral el­e­ment.

Plain white walls are a nat­u­ral choice for this type of scheme and cre­ate the perfect back­drop for the black-and-white-framed prints, while the white voile cur­tains paired with heavy plain drapes pro­vide a clever win­dow treat­ment, that’s both stylish and sleek.

great at­ten­tion to de­tail has been paid to this sim­ple and el­e­gant bou­tique-ho­tel bed­room scheme

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