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Cosy bedroom tips: relax with natural materials

14 October 2017

Put yourself at ease in a bedroom filled with natural materials, light and coordinated colours. Check out how we mixed them together for a snuggle-friendly, relaxation-ready bedroom you’ll never, ever want to leave. 

IKEA has rustic bedroom furniture like HEMNES bed frame in black-brown stained solid pine that’s sustainably sourced. The frame is robust with traditional details and a real sense of craftsmanship.
Comfort is personal, but some things tend to put people at ease—like being surrounded by the feeling of nature. Choose a bed frame made of solid wood (HEMNES bed frame is pine) and layer it with natural textiles in cotton or linen that breathe and absorb moisture to keep you comfy. Cover the room in softness with rugs everywhere, even fluffy sheepskin draped over your favourite armchair. 

Create an atmosphere of calm harmony by getting the right light for what you’re doing or how you’re feeling. Use curtains to control daylight. Plain linen ones have a slightly irregular texture, so light comes through but you get privacy, too. Put lamps by the bed that you can direct for reading and have pendants for general light. Then strike a match and set the mood with a scented candle or two. 

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by

Interior designer: Mette Thoresen
Photographer: Sandra Werud