The craze for loft living and industrial chic is still very much on trend, and our Urban Explorer look is perfect for achieving it, whether you are lucky enough to have bagged a converted warehouse appartment or are just a lover of open plan living and exposed brick.
Combining sleek style with industrial design, an Urban Explorer bedroom is all about showing personality, adventure and life without making an effort. Urban Explorers are influenced and inspired by things they've seen on their travels and love to mix textures, colours and styles together to create a unique look.
Simple Rustic Style
Our chunky wooden Estelle bedroom furniture follows the rustic trend, with beautiful finger joints, warm oak wood and boxy designs. The curved edges soften the look, giving it a slightly more feminine edge. We've softened it even further with faux fur textures and Aztec patterns, but Estelle can be more manly when she needs to be and looks equally amazing teamed with soft greys and black accents.
Our Piera bedframe combines a squared off retro style with soft fabric upholstery, perfect for Explorers who want to embrace their softer side. Styled with industrial trunks and metal Halo chests and a chunky leather armchair gives a more funky urban vibe, and mixing in battered old suitcases, faux fur and a touch of metallic in the bedding takes this look to a whole new level. A touch of everything, all harmonised together, just what an Urban Explorer should aspire to.
A touch of Urban glamour
Softening our Urban Explorer look a step further is Moritz, with a high gloss finish in a masculine dark grey colour. Accessorised with dark, textured bedding and a chunky metal bedside chest gives a new dimension to our industrial trend.
Add layers of texture
Whether you want to load your bed with cushions or use a simple throw for a casual layered look, choose a chunky knit or faux fur in a neutral natural shade to bring warmth and cosiness to your room.
Keep it natural
Urban Explorers prefer textures over bright colours, so we've kept our palette neutral with natural colours which can be accessorised with pops of muted colour when you feel you need to brighten up your space.