Create a boutique hotel-style bedroom. Start with a soothing base colour on walls, such as a caramel or toffee shade, then add depth with hints of black and a few silver highlights. Layer up pairs of cushions on the bed and frame a series of black and white photographic prints in square frames and hang above the bed for a polished finish.
Yes, rose quartz is one of the two Pantone colours of 2016 and whilst pink (which it is in a sense) might not be your first choice for the living room, this subtle blush colour looks amazing in a bedroom. Just one set of bedlinen is all that you need to give your bed a touch of this feminine trend and it works beautifully if your room is a cool, neutral colour like grey or white.