Beautiful Bespoke Bedrooms, from Top to Bottom

Creating your perfect bespoke bedroom means bringing the entire design together in a cohesive way – incorporating an effective layout with quality furniture and all the little details that make your room unique. Your bedroom should be a tranquil and luxurious place where you can relax at the end of the day, but it’s needn’t be just for sleeping! Your bedroom can also be your dressing room, a place to read or watch films, or even act as a home-office. To design your ideal bedroom, you need to decide exactly what purpose the room will serve. If you’re a developer designing several different types of bedroom, think about the type of buyer you want to appeal to – young professionals, families, people looking for a retirement home – and consider the types of bedroom fixtures and furnishings that would be most useful to them.

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When we work with architects, developers and project managers to design bespoke bedrooms, we look at the whole design as well as its composite parts, from top to bottom. Our A3 colour design and setting out service means that you are able to refer to a detailed plan of the room at every stage of construction and decoration, including individual elements like lighting and electrics, door positioning, and dimensions of bespoke furniture like built-in wardrobes. This allows each trade to work efficiently with each other and reduces the risk of delays or mistakes.

So, what are the elements that make a beautiful bespoke bedroom?

First, it’s essential to create the right floor plan. Traffic flow will move move mostly between the bedroom and the bathroom, so you may wish to incorporate an en-suite or wet room into your plans if you have the space. Similarly, walk-in wardrobes or dressing rooms can elevate a bedroom into an exclusive area that makes getting ready each morning a joyful experience.

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If you have any existing large pieces of furniture that you want to include in your plans, like a bed, storage, shelving, artwork, or seating, make sure you take accurate measurements so that you can make the best decision about positioning each piece.

Try to keep your bedroom design as simple as possible, with enough storage to ensure that the room stays de-cluttered and clear. Bookshelves, under-bed drawers, floor-to-ceiling wardrobes, and storage chests are all options that allow you to keep your bedroom tidy while complementing with your overall aesthetic – choose materials, colours and textiles that suit your design to co-ordinate with other elements in your room.

Define a few choice focal points such as a stunning statement bed or headboard, a beautiful built-in wardrobe or a vintage piece of furniture. Complement these with timeless and stylish design choices like hardwood floors, shuttered windows or a luxurious rug.

Add your own unique style with individual details such as artwork, feature walls, bed linen, cushions, or even by incorporating luxury tiling into your bedroom decoration. As discussed in one of our previous blog posts, interesting tiling can create an amazing look for bedroom walls, and even work as a headboard.

Walk-in wardrobes or bespoke fitted wardrobes are a must in any luxury bedroom, providing you with the space and organisation to store and display your clothes and accessories while keeping in line with your overall bedroom design. The great thing about built-in wardrobes is the ability to pick and choose different storage elements; from rails to drawers to shelves to specially designed shoe racks and tie holders!

And finally, don’t forget about lighting. To set different moods in your bedroom, you’ll need the ability to choose between a variety of lighting styles: from bright and welcoming to warm and romantic. Discuss lighting options with your interior designer and architect to incorporate fixed lights into your bedroom, and consider additional lamps and lights to be positioned around the room.

For more examples of beautiful bespoke bedroom ideas, get in touch with us at Concept Virtual Design.

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Walk-in Wardrobes and Bespoke Bedroom Storage

A walk-in wardrobe or bespoke in-built wardrobe is a fantastic addition to any luxury bedroom and can add value to your home or development. Custom-built wardrobes and dressing rooms allow you to organise your bedroom neatly and efficiently, while maximising the best use of your space.

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Walk-in Wardrobes and Dressing Rooms:

Walk-in wardrobes are a much-coveted luxury and really boost the appeal of a master bedroom. Often used in conjunction with an en-suite or shower room, a dressing room provides a separate space for storing and choosing your clothes and accessories, and keeps any clutter out of the bedroom. A walk-in wardrobe can also serve as a sanctuary space in your bedroom area, providing a link from your bathroom to your bedroom that ensures your clothes are well organised and your sleeping space remains clear and tranquil.

When planning a walk-in wardrobe it’s important to consider the best way to make use of the space you have available. If you are planning a refurbishment you may need to move walls or adapt an existing room to create your dressing room. Attic areas usually offer plenty of extra space in the form of awkward corners and unused areas which can be perfect for converting into a private wardrobe. If you are planning a new luxury development, dressing rooms can be incorporated into your design at an early stage along with en-suites, shower rooms and wet rooms.

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Luxury Bespoke Bedroom Design:

It’s a good idea to position your dressing room in a place that works with the natural ‘traffic’ of the area – ideally adjacent to your bedroom and your bathroom. That way you will have a place to dress and ready yourself for the day after bathing or showering, without the need to clutter up your bedroom with towels, clothes, accessories or beauty products. Useful additions to walk-in wardrobes include seated areas, mood lighting and mirrors so that you can take your time and relax while you get ready.

Bespoke Wardrobes:

Custom-built wardrobes allow you to save space by integrating your clothes storage into your bedroom and match your overall interior design aesthetic. Bespoke wardrobes can be built into unused space in your bedroom, or simply placed against an existing wall. If you don’t have enough room in your bedroom, space can be created by moving a wall back into another room that can spare a few feet.

A built-in wardrobe should be viewed as fixture rather than a piece of furniture – it should blend into your bedroom as a part of your interior design and should be made from high quality materials so it is built to last. Choose from wood, glass or mirrored doors, in colours to complement the rest of your bedroom design. Light colours and reflective surfaces will help your wardrobe to bounce light around your bedroom, while deep, rich colours will add an element of luxury. There are a range of different door styles available, including pivot doors, bi-fold doors and sliding doors – think about how your wardrobe doors will affect your bedroom space when they’re open.

Wardrobe Organisation:

The great thing about a bespoke wardrobe or dressing room is the ability to customise your organisation. Designate different areas of your wardrobe for shoes, shirts, trousers, hanging items, accessories and boxes to simplify your life and make finding the perfect outfit easy each morning. Combine rails, shelving, drawers and specially designed organisational compartments to create a storage solution that suits your needs exactly.

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Creating your perfect bedroom space means taking into account the different elements of an ideal sleeping space: a comfortable bed, a relaxing atmosphere, a luxury en-suite or shower room, and storage that complements and enhances your bedroom area. A built-in wardrobe or dressing room is the obvious solution and can add value to your home as well as providing you with an intelligent storage design. Get in touch with us at Concept Virtual Design for help designing your luxury bespoke bedroom.

Designing a Bespoke Bedroom – Choosing Your Furniture

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When you want to design a bespoke bedroom, the furniture you choose must serve several purposes: it must have a functional use, match your interior design style and possibly also provide additional storage or a second practical purpose. As William Morris once said:

“Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful and believe to be beautiful.”

Before you begin to plan your bedroom, make a list of essential pieces (beds, wardrobes and clothes storage), secondary elements (flooring, seating, lighting and shelving), and finally decorative items (mirrors and artwork). Browse online, look through magazines, and in stores to gain a sense of your preferred style – think about materials, fabrics, tones, colours, textures and finishes. You can then start to put together a mood board or folder containing the types of furniture and styling that suits you best. It’s also important to consider the rest of your home’s décor to ensure that your interior design is consistent. Look at what you already have in your home and look for complementary pieces that will give a sense of flow throughout the house.

When choosing your bedroom furniture, think about what you will use each piece for. Can a desk double as storage? Can a bench house media storage or a hidden television? Can you adjust your space to make room for a walk-in wardrobe or en-suite? Find out what is most important to you in a bedroom and take the time to consider every option to make your design perfect.

Before you make any final decisions you will need an accurate floor plan of your bedroom. Concept Virtual Design’s virtual setting out service can be a valuable tool at this point and can help you to visualise your bedroom furniture in place. Our A3 colour design service allows you to see exactly what your bespoke bedroom will look like, including the positioning of electrical sockets, doorways, windows and any other specific dimensions of your room. Once you are sure your chosen pieces fit well – or have the dimensions you need to commission bespoke furniture – you can start to put together your design and purchase your furniture!