A log cabin-inspired look won’t suit every interior however, in this new-build in London it looks spot on.
The rustic clap-board wall is a pretty simple job for an enthusiastic DIYer to accomplish in a weekend. All it would take to reproduce is a pallet of reclaimed pine floorboards, hammer & nails, tape measure, spirit level and sharp electric or hand saw. Just look out for hidden electric cables and water pipes when banging in the nails! We love the way the planks continue across the ceiling making you feel enclosed when snuggling up in bed.
The warm wood is picked up in the bed head, bedside tables, armchair and beautiful herringbone parquet flooring. The rustic feel is counterbalanced with industrial type wall, ceiling and table lighting. The huge sliding windows which look out over to mature trees help bring even more of an ‘at one with nature’ feel to the room.
- Beat wall light, black by Tom Dixon
- Buster + Punch Hooked 1.0 nude pendant ceiling light + small lampshade
- Deadstock Catherine table lamp by Castor
- Bed frame
- Fibreglass plant trough
- Natural engineered flooring, oak herringbone
- Striped throw, yellow/grey