Archive for August, 2017

Hedda’s Bedroom Tour

August 4th, 2017

Hi guys! It’s Hedda here. With Holly away in Sweden soaking up nature and having some down time, and a relative calm settling on the studio, I thought it would be a good time to do my first blog post (yikes!). What better way to start than with one of our favourite spaces to design: the bedroom. In this case MY bedroom. Our bedrooms are such a personal space, and for those of us with children in particular, a place to retreat and relax. So let’s get started with a little tour of my bedroom.

When we bought our 1930’s terrace house in December 2014, it was ‘unsellable’ and had been on the market for nearly two years. It had a bad case of subsidence, orange and green 70’s tiling in kitchen and bathroom, and layers upon layers of flowery wallpaper. I know this because I peeled them off myself. Also, our bedroom floor was literally at an angle. Of course, I immediately I thought ‘wow, this is a perfect house!’. Five months of renovations followed, among other things we extended at the back, thereby creating a large balcony off our master bedroom with french windows letting in plenty of light. Two other choices also made a big impact on our bedroom 1. we took out the fire place that was on the wall where we now have the bed 2. we decided to use the box room adjacent to our bedroom as a seperate dressing room. This meant that although the master bedroom is small, it is open and clutter free. Get the full scoop