Good Homes returned to the Ideal Home Show with six new and better-than-ever-before roomsets, in association with Tesco. Here is the inspiration behind the roomsets.
Sleek black reigns supreme across cabinets and appliances in this stylish room, paired with shimmering tones of copper and brass. The standout grey flooring and industrial lighting ensure maximum impact.
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Inspired by a delicate Japanisme aesthetic using the latest in smart technology, the spa-style bathroom features an integrated sound system and smart lighting. The shades of soft pink and grey, luxurious accessories and scented diffusers complement the hard lines of the furniture.
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This year’s living room is going back to basics with pared-back furniture and rustic accessories. A warm palette of mustard, rose and burnt orange, along with the tactile sofa and focal fireplace, enhances the slow living feel.
The luxurious dining room will showcase how to create an intimate dining experience at home. Adding a touch of glamour, the dark and moody look combines accents of gold and brass, a stunning marble floor and statement lighting.
The stylish bedroom uses botanical influences and relaxing hues of green and lilac to create a peaceful sanctuary. From plants to clear the air to clever storage ideas that champion the need to keep things neat, the serene space promotes a good night’s rest.
Multifunctional Media Room:
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New to this year’s room sets is the family friendly media room, celebrating cutting edge multi-media technology and hardworking storage ideas. Showcasing modern-day living at its finest, the space features modular furniture, smart lighting and a projector for in-room entertainment. Warm teals, blues and oranges combine with a variety of textures to create a stylish multifunctional space.