Today we are going upstairs in the Kilehusene show house I decorated – come take a look at the parents’ section of the house. Here you’ll find a light, spacious bedroom, the bathroom (there is an extra toilet downstairs) and the hallway with a build-in wardrobe.
As the hallway has a big build-in wardrobe, I chose to keep it simple in the bedroom and go for a light, airy feel to underline all the daylight flowing in from the big wall to wall window. But the room is big enough to put a wardrobe in here too, if you need more storage space. Here’s also a sneak peek at the multi room, that I will share more about in next week’s post about the children’s section.
I wanted to keep the neutral palette from downstairs going, but I spiced it up with a sea-foam green wall. The colour is called Misty Lyon (K9.09.72) from Sadolin. Painting a wall is a great way to add some colour to your bedroom. I would recommend only painting one wall to keep a light, airy feeling in the room. Go for a nice soothing colour like blue, grey, green or a soft lilac or pink. You want a bedroom that will make you calm – not awake. Strong colours like red, orange and yellow will be the exact opposite of calm.
The rest of the room I decorated in grey, black and white. Black for the night stands, the dresser, the lamps and the mirrors. Grey for the bedspread, rug and details like vases and wood tray. White bedding in the white bed and pillows in grey and green to tie everything together.
To keep it interesting I used two different types of bed lights. You can even use one table lamp and one pendant lamp hanging from the ceiling if you want to mix it up. Just make sure to use lamps in the same colour so they compliment each other.
The bathroom is kept in the same grey, black and white colour palette.
As always most of the interior is from BoConcept.
Learn more about Kilehusene
If you want to know more about the project of decorating the show house stop by this post – it will catch you up to speed. If you want to know more about the houses and the area, they are located in, this post is for you.
If you can’t wait to see the rest of the house or you want to see the house for yourself, you can! There’s an open house event every Sunday – more info right here. Want to know more about Kilehusene or perhaps buy a new house? Find more info right here.
Take a video tour of the house
I shared a video on the blog’s Facebook page that will give you a sneak peek into the process of decorating the house from the day I picked out the furniture at the BoConcept shop in Copenhagen, to the day I put everything into place at the house. There’s even a peek at the first open house event in there. I am not (!) a fan of the camera and although I tried my best to hide, I didn’t completely succeed in the video, as you can se.
Next week I will share the children’s section of the house – stay tuned.
Photos: MT Højgaard + BoConcept
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