The best of bedrooms

The best of bedrooms

After the past few months our bedroom space has become our sanctuary; a place where we can go to unwind and relax. By introducing timber into this room, it creates a welcoming, cosy feel. Timber lining boards are a cost-effective way to update your home, and can be a great DIY solution. Below are our favourite projects using Glosswood in the bedroom.

Grey toned timber for a modern classic interior.

Install a grey tone to create a contemporary edge. Incorporate Feather Grey, Smoke or Grey Mist from the colour range or paint the boards a custom shade.

Above: Designer Lining (double) in custom colour, 130mm Feather Grey satin & Designer Lining (double) in custom colour.

A mid-century appeal with warm timber.

The beauty of the natural timber grain shines through with the below earthy colours of Merbau, Possum and Spotted Gum. Introduce texture by using the Designer Lining profiles, or the scalloped Concave profile.

Above: Designer Lining (single & double) in Merbau matte, 90mm Possum matte & Concave in Spotted Gum matte.

A contemporary bedroom update using dark tones.

Dark, matte colours like Charcoal and Carbon create a modern edge. Whether installing a half-height dado or full feature wall, make an impact with a beautiful dark timber finish.

Above: Designer Lining (double) in Charcoal matte, Designer Lining (single) in Carbon matte & 130mm Charcoal matte.

Ultra sophisticated with warm neutrals.

There are multiple warm neutrals in the Satin range, including Clear Ash, Tasmanian Oak, Spotted Gum and Driftwood. These tones create a natural look and lean towards a blonde or brown colour.

Above: Designer Lining (single) in Driftwood satin, 90mm Spotted Gum satin & Designer Lining (single) in Raw.

 

Credits

Hero Image & 1: Colour Cube Interiors

2, 7 & 9: Fairhaven Homes

3: BGC Housing Group & Eskay Design

4: Jess Hunter Interior Design

5: Dennis Family Homes

6: Impressions Homes

8: Stylist: Anna Flanders. Photographer: Angelita Bonnetti