Daval 2018 Bedroom Trends & Market Predictions
Comments attributable to Simon Bodsworth, Managing Director, Daval Furniture
Daval, leaders in the design and manufacture of quality British fitted furniture prepare for the next big thing in bedrooms and reveal the company’s Trend Predictions for 2018.
Did you know that fitted furniture will create significantly more storage space thanks to its tailor-made qualities? Creating up to three times more space depending on application, fitted furniture is set to be huge in 2018 able to fit around you and your home: rather than remain a fixed shape and/or size.
Providing you with an undefined level of creativity when deciding on the design and interior arrangement of a custom fitted wardrobe, new options like ‘his and her’ drawer fitments for personal storage, innovative compartments, hanging rails, shoe and trouser racks and specialist pull-out shelving should definitely be on your 2018 bedroom wish-list.
Custom-made accessory space for belts, shoes, jewellery and any other prized possessions that don’t have a home, can now enjoy their own dedicated place to help organise both your bedroom and personal effects.
Comfortable and restful, simple and opulent and unquestionably bespoke!
This notable resurgence for tailor-made furniture over ‘off-the-peg’ has expectantly welcomed new and exciting concepts to market, as well as atypical materials, finishes and original colour palettes.
Conservative design with modern clean lines is currently defining the contemporary bedroom furniture market this 2018. Highly tactile, textured handles are being considered for depth and character, with integrated accessories such as full length mirrors and lighting being built-in to the front of wardrobes for added value and practicality. Evoking texture, depth and character, we are noting combinations of Grey Oak and Blonde woods.
In terms of more traditional bedroom design, this style of décor is taking a ‘less is more’ approach with visually quiet, painted wood grain effect furniture and clean lines being used to create a timeless feel, even in the modern home. No longer should you look towards decorative pediments or cornices, instead opt for more transitional shapes, colours and designs.
A huge benefit to fitted wardrobes is how they can be designed to fit flush to the ceiling and wall-to-wall. Ideal for creating a streamlined aesthetic, a tailored furniture arrangement will also maximise the storage space available. For instance, angled wardrobes have been specifically designed to increase the potential storage space by accommodating an awkward space(s) or sloped ceiling.
All Daval bedroom furniture benefits from the exclusive process ‘Option-i’: a unique production technology which allows the creation of made to measure furniture with the utmost of ease. With the ability to consider storage from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, Daval’s bedroom furniture promises no large infill panels or top boxes over the wardrobe which can look unsightly, add unnecessary costs or potentially compromise on available closet space.
Practical and indulgent features such as a pull-out tea tray that disappears when not in use, slim line link drawer solutions, leather interior inserts and felt-lining are a prerequisite in the bedroom for 2018. Creating an added sense of luxury through form and function is where we will see the most development. Simple touch control operation and integral lighting systems, along with custom-made accessory space for belts, shoes, jewellery and integrated media device power points are all key considerations for the bedroom this 2018.