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Lovers of maximalism will find a care­ful mix of pat­tern and colour far more rest­ful than an all-white bed­room. Limit the pal­ette to two or three shades that work to­gether – as in this room at Babing­ton House in Som­er­set – to en­sure it doesn’t feel too busy.

The colour blue can help to lower the heart rate and pro­mote a feel­ing of calm and peace­ful­ness, mak­ing it the perfect choice for pat­terned bed­ding. Evora bed­ding set, £54.50 for a dou­ble, Sheridan (sheri­danaus­

Eve Sleep’s new but­ton-back bed frame has a trad look, but mod­ern fea­tures, such as dust-re­sis­tant fab­ric and ad­justable slats that let you tai­lor the ten­sion of the frame to suit your body. From £599 for a dou­ble (

A pretty, low-key pat­tern that calls to mind re­lax­ing days on the beach. Scal­lop Shell wall­pa­per, £87 a roll, Barneby Gates (barneby­

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