Bedroom Styling and Canadian Brand EQ3

Our bedroom is the space we begin and end each day. It’s the space we wake-up to and scroll the morning news (and/or Instagram), lazily drink our weekend coffees, read our favorite books and above all, rest – only to do it all over again the next day. With that, it’s important to make it a place we love being in. To help, we’ve created a list of tips for selecting the right pieces, while maintaining a much-needed personal touch!


Choose the right bed

Your bed is one place you spend a considerable amount of time every day, so make sure it’s comfortable.


Upholstered vs. Wood

Things to consider: do you like sitting up and reading in bed? Could your bedroom benefit from some sound absorption (think concrete floors and vaulted ceilings) if so, consider an upholstered bed, like our Bento  Beds. If the look of a wood frame better complements your needs and space, try our Boom Bed Storage Bed or  Reclaimed Teak Beds.



Take a seat

If you have the room use it. Bring a soft upholstered chair into your room for reading. To get the best sleep you should reserve your bed for what it’s meant for.


Try the Caligaris  Holly Lounge Chair which comes in Venice Black and Venice Sand fabric. Introduce some light for nighttime reading.


We are fond of the Boxy Light or Verve Floor/Table Lamp  and the Anchor Task Lamp which have loads of style and function. 


Don’t skimp on storage!

It’s easy to let things pile up in your bedroom – there’s nothing worse than coming home to a room littered with outfit options. Invest in some functional and beautiful storage pieces like our Marcel Double Dresser,   Boom Night Stand  for extra blankets, and sweaters and the Strand Magazine Table for books and magazines.




Choose the right rug

Having a rug in the bedroom is essential for keeping your feet warm when you get out of bed. Choose a rug that is going to be easy to maintain. We like the Bila Rug as it is a great neutral  with hand-woven rug  qualities.


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