Interior Inspiration: June Gems

Each of these designer interiors caught our eye for different reasons - but they're all spaces we'd love to see one of our beanbag chairs, ottomans or giant cushions in! 

Sheepskin has come off the floor and onto chairs and sofas this year - a 'casual luxe' accent that brings warmth and texture to any space. We love that old vintage chest - what a unique piece! 

An alternate low table for this space would be one of our beanbag ottomans, in sandy taupe.

This room showcases a great decorating tip - choose a focal point around a favourite piece of furniture (that antique bench seat is just gorgeous!) and build your look - mood, textures, colour palette - around it. 

Masculine magic - what bachelor wouldn't be even more eligible with a master bedroom like this? Slate grey, bold black and clean white make for a very sophisticated palette, and that concrete feature wall is just amazing. The grey knit blanket and shaggy rug soften the look from being too austere. 

We'd love to see one of our grey indoor beanbag chairs in a corner of this stylish space.

This is the home of Australian artist Kirra Jamieson (as featured in the brilliant Inside Out magazine). Those polished concrete floors are to die for, and the large-scale artworks make a bold statement.

While that purple chair is gorgeous, we could totally see one of our coloured beanbag chairs in its place - soft lime green (we call it 'Kiwi'), perhaps.

It's official - we have a giant crush on this bedroom. The worn Turkish rugs, the huge industrial glass paneling, the luxurious velvet bedding.

A great addition here would be one of our low beanbag chairs - and in orange ('Papaya'), to match in with the headboard and artwork.

This looks like a cosy spot to spend chilly winter days! There's a laid-back, bohemian-chic style going on here, and we think that hard angular coffee table is a little at odds with it. A soft, circular table would be a nicer match for this space - we'd love to see how one of our indoor beanbag ottomans (in the 'Driftwood' colour) would look here. 

A few little additions and some re-arranging might can turn an un-used corner of your bedroom or living areas into your new favourite spot - a cosy little reading corner. The main 'ingredient' is a quality low chair that you can comfortably relax in for hours - our indoor beanbag chairs make the most comfy reading chairs - then add all the extras you need - a soft blanket to snuggle under, low side table, good lighting, maybe some art or a planter to help define the space, and of course a stack of books and magazines!

  

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