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Wake up your bedroom! spring botanicals

01 February 2015

‘By the time spring comes around, I can’t wait to welcome it at home’, says stylist Carl Braganza. ‘Botanical drawings are a big trend for this year and a great way to breathe new life into the bedroom.’

‘You can make your room feel like an indoor meadow, bringing the outside in with the suggestion of spring plants and flowers’

‘Re-vamping your bed linen and textiles can make a huge difference to how the space feels – layering whites and greens with botanical prints looks fresh and vibrant. Stick to natural materials and soft textures that feel good against your skin. And don’t worry about making it too perfect – an unmade bed with lots of cushions and pillows to sink back on works well for this mood.’

Layer different shades of green with textiles and accessories. Together they make up a lovely energising palette.

Start with a botanical print as inspiration. The details and colours of this bed linen instantly set the right mood.

A glass cabinet is perfect for creating a curated display. Have fun mixing in old and new elements, plants and prints.

Try taking the botanical theme throughout the room for maximum impact. Plants framed by a window create a living picture.

Mix up the materials plant pots are made from for a more relaxed feel. The metal here is a nice nod to the industrial style of the cabinet and the bedroom.

‘Layering whites and greens with botanical prints looks fresh and vibrant’

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‘Stick to natural materials and soft textures – and don’t worry about making it too perfect’

Carl Braganza, stylist