Our second Designer Room on a Budget instalment is this stunning bedroom with hints of green and gold from AVE Styles.
The stand out feature in this room is the rattan bed and it would be easy for this to completely take over the room, but they have cleverly used some other exciting pieces too.
We especially love the huge vintage rug and the touches of texture with the wall decoration, cushions and upholstered stools.
Let’s see what this room is made up of and how we can recreate it on a smaller budget!
We have a lot of blue paint colours in our home and Hague Blue from Farrow & Ball is one of them!
As usual, you don’t need to actually buy a F&B paint, you can get it mixed at your local DIY store if you take a F&B paint chart in with you.
This deep, dark blue works wonderfully as a backdrop to the rattan bed and gold chandelier!
We like to recommend bedding that is actually nice on the skin, rather than going all-out budget.
Thankfully, Dunelm have a great 100% cotton duvet cover (£26/double).
Add these gorgeous tasselled cushions at H&M (£20) or similar ones, also at H&M (£18).
Finally, adorn the end of the bed with a tasselled throw from Wayfair (£25).
Lots of tassels going on there, but you can’t have too many tassels!?
That rattan bed dominates the room, sadly Anthropologie no longer sell this bed, however you can get a similar effect from this gorgeous rattan bed from Habitat (£495).
For an even more budget option, but not quite the same impact, you could get a rattan headboard from Tikamoon (£115).
The mid century bedside tables are from West Elm and terribly expensive. Why not substitute them with these Lalani bedside tables from Wayfair (£49).
The ottoman is stunning, but expensive to recreate. You could get the Julianne ottoman from Made (£399) or you could go DIY and recreate this Ikea hack from Melo Drama (£45 for the VITTSJO table + foam and fabric).
There’s no artwork as such here, but we love the feather ‘Juju’ hat wall decoration for the added texture it gives.
You can pick this feather juju hat wall decoration up on Etsy (from £47).
For the DIY route, why not try placing these ostrich feathers from Etsy (£7) on a circular board?
Now, the lighting in this room is stunning and therefore expensive (that’s how it normally works, right?).
In this case, it does. Over £1000 for the Jonathon Adler chandelier! But we can do better.
You might not get quite the same level of drama but this brass ‘Sputnik’ chandelier from Beautiful Halo (£164) is much more on budget and still very dramatic!
For the bedside lamps, these Catlett arched table lamps from Wayfair (£32) would look perfect!
We love a good vintage rug and there are many options available to recreate this look.
This gorgeous vintage Burciaga rug from Wayfair (£219) does the trick.
You want to get something large enough to make an impact on the room, while trying to keep to the budget and this does just that.
Often the accessories complete the look, but they have gone very minimal in this bedroom.
Start with a gorgeous Arica palm from Fruugo (£31) and put it in a simple white pot from Elho on Amazon (£18).
Then you can get personal with a few accessories on your bedside table. Ikea has a great range of unique decorative items that will not cost you very much.
Once you look into the detail of what a room is made up of it’s not too hard to recreate it. We hope this has given you inspiration to either recreate this gorgeous green and gold bedroom at home or to have a go at your own choice of designer room.
Let us know what you think. We also offer the $30 interior designer service to anyone that wants to recreate a room like this at home. Simply send us a photo of the room you want and we give you a mood board, product lists, design tips and DIY guide to help you get it done. All to your own particular budget! Find out more and make a request here.