Shaving a few inches off the arms gives you more space for lounging. Tardis-like, Felix looks and feels larger than its actual footprint, thanks to its slimmer-than-average arms. We’ve added storage under the chaise, to hold your spare duvet, sheets and pillows. And in bed mode, the back cushions neatly tuck themselves under the mattress (so you don’t end up playing dodge the cushions).
Give your vintage-style sleep sanctuary a modern twist with statement lighting – channel the look with these Lotus Flower pendant shades. Warm throws and cushions in soft pastels make your bedroom feel cosy and inviting. Create an easy update by propping paintings and framed prints against the wall for a chic Parisian apartment look.
There's nothing quite like a duvet that combines textural details with neutral hues, which is why we're covering our beds with this cozy layer. It's gently manipulated to create a sophisticated chevron motif that's striking in both traditional and modern settings.
Yes, rose quartz is one of the two Pantone colours of 2016 and whilst pink (which it is in a sense) might not be your first choice for the living room, this subtle blush colour looks amazing in a bedroom. Just one set of bedlinen is all that you need to give your bed a touch of this feminine trend and it works beautifully if your room is a cool, neutral colour like grey or white.