Bedroom Inspo: Moroccan Minimalist

As we countdown the days until moving in, I’ve been having a look round at the new season offerings when it comes to bedrooms. 

I love traveling, especially the Middle East, so seeing that Bedouin-inspired fabrics and Moorish prints are in is really hitting my style buttons. We’ve gone for white and deep blue walls in the bedroom so I’d love to incorporate a little souk style in there. There’s something deeply cosy about Marrakech – the rich culture, the homely food, the spices and the sweets – and this means it is perfect inspiration for a bedroom. 

Moroccan Minimalist Moodboard


Clockwise from top left:

Linen bed set, £79.99 from H&M

Embroidered hand towel, £18 from Anthropologie

Mirrored tray, £19.99 from H&M

Wall light, £45 from John Lewis

Lantern, £39.99 from Zara

Curtains, from £70 from Next

Cushion, £30 from John Lewis

Cushions, £58 and £68 from Anthropologie

Bed, £1200 from John Lewis


Bedroom Inspo: Navy and bold

So we’ve decided to go ahead with a really dark wall in the bedroom.
At first we were unsure; our master room is actually the smallest room, but it has the best view. We can sit in bed and watch the birds in the bird box, so it really beat the view of the driveway or the view of next door’s wall!
I’m really drawn to dark, dramatic walls, and when we first painted the bedroom it was entirely white. It was nice, but a little too clean for a cosy bedroom. We looked at a few different colours and ended up going for Farrow & Ball’s Stiffkey Blue, but had it matched by Dulux for a better application (more on that later!).
I’m trying to work out which colours to match with it – we already have grey and gold, black and white, but I definitely feel it needs a little pop of something unexpected.

I’ve been trawling through Pinterest for inspo. 



1 from Julia Ryan 

2 from Apartment Therapy

3 from NZ Home and Garden 

4 from NZ Design

5 from BSaz Creates 

6 from A Beautiful Mess 

7 from Fashionology

8 from Design Sponge 

9 from House & Garden UK
You can find even more ideas and keep up with what I’m loving at the moment on my Pinterest board, be sure to follow!


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