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Bedroom Styling | BedNest


If this stunning picture looks familiar, you would've no doubt seen the latest issue of Adore Home Magazine, where it graces the cover. If you haven't yet discovered the fabulous Australian online magazine then you must check it out! Packed with inspirational homes from around the globe and interior design tips from industry experts, it also brings you the latest products and home treasures. This beautifully styled bedroom shoot which continues in-mag features the latest products from BedNest, and today I'm very excited to be able to show you some more of those gorgeous photos. 

I couldn't resist including this one. What a cute pooch! Born out of a passion for fabrics and upholstery, BedNest was founded by Nicky Line who has an extensive background in the furniture and interiors industry. Providing bedrooms with colour, warmth, texture and personality the stunning range of bedheads have been designed to deliver on all tastes, whether your style is "refined sophistication, light-hearted casual, glamorous luxury or simple and contemporary". 

This image is my favourite. I can't go past the ampersand light from Fromage La Rue who I featured on the post Letter Love, and the glass dome from Serin Cini in Sydney (I recently wrote about Interior Styling with Glass Domes). Add to that metallic gold surfaces, luxury bedding and the gorgeous BedNest Maddison bedhead, and you have one incredible bedroom. I love the Maddison's angled, tapered side wings, which can be studded in either antique brass or silver, and the satin-based 'Castello' pattern. Of course, like all the BedNest bedheads, you get to choose your fabric and colour.  

The Oxford is all about luxury. European in feel with traditional diamond buttoning and pleating in the fabric, the bedhead is beautifully styled in the above image alongside natural linens and rustic furniture. 

Isn't this styling fun? I love the pops of bright colour and mix of polka dots, stripes and florals. Nicky regularly adds new products to the range, such as cushions and lampshades and says "BedNesters love that they can add bits and bobs to their room and I relish helping them choose fabrics and pieces to perfect their style.” The patterned cushions and striped lampshade are all from BedNest. 

The new Hugo bed-end stool can also be used as a window seat, a hallway bench or even seating for your dining table. Custom made to any length with a choice of fabrics and either timber or stainless steel legs, this is a super-stylish and versatile piece. 

I'm especially taken with the Oscar which would look amazing paired with either the Oxford for a refined look or the Maddison for a touch of glam. Of course it would also make a lovely addition to the living room or reading nook.  

This last image features the Florence, which is a bedhead and bed base in one. Styled to perfection, I love the mix of textures and bright blue art and stool. 

The BedNest range including their Bespoke service are currently available online, with Australia-wide delivery. Let's hope that in time we see them expand into NZ and around the world! 

All images photographed by Hannah Blackmore, courtesy of BedNest. 

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  1. I quite like that last padded bedhead, especially the fabric - is it a chambray I wonder? Love the hugo bed stool also. I've always wanted one although bedroom not big enough at the moment. Not sure if I'd trust myself with keeping it clear though... Gorgeous stuff Michelle! Mel x

    1. Yes, I think I'd find it challenging to keep clear as well. It is a lovely fabric, and there are so many to choose from - all available to view online x

  2. I just love all of it. I hope they expand into NZ sooner than later, we could really do with some gorgeous products like these. x

  3. absolutely inspirational - forms, colours... I guess they are both, stylish & comfortable in real life as well as they look like on the photos!

    1. Thanks Julia, so glad you like them. I haven't yet seen or tested them out in the flesh, but I'm certain they wouldn't disappoint! x

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    1. Absolutely love your work Claudia. Following your blog x



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