New Season Beds that guarantee a good night

Beautiful new seasons beds to get your 2019 off to a great start

We’ve found some of the most gorgeous and inviting beds out there to make getting a good night’s sleep just that little bit more tempting. But these beautiful new beds not only make a room softer, cosier and more inviting, they also add serious impact, glamour and style…


Lorfords has launched a collection of headboards, spanning the style scale from sleek and understated to baroque and Art Deco-feel. We’re fans of The Jaipur, below, for its statement silhouette, studded border and charming character. The best part? Each design is completely bespoke, available in a variety of sizes and virtually any fabric you fancy.

The Jaipur double-sized headboard in Jennifer Shorto, £895,


Classic furniture maker Neptune excels at creating welcoming interiors. The latest addition to its bedroom collection is the Charlie headboard, seen here in Imogen Holkham Sand fabric. It exudes classic elegance and is a great excuse to stay in bed on cold days.

Charlie headboard, H147xW165cm, £1,180,


Want to know how to take your bedroom look directly into autumn with pizzazz? Find an opulent jewel tone, add some moody, midnight-hour florals and pile against a plush velvet. Love Your Home knows the score. Its new Wardour headboard gets the look just right, complete with an of-the-moment sculptural shape and glitzy gold studding. Top marks all round.

Wardour headboard in Botanical printed velvet Nightshade with velvet Grass trim, from £1,068,


Ask any Pinch fan what they really, really want and they’d tell you a bed – the until-now missing piece from the brand’s collection of expertly crafted, effortlessly simple furniture. It’s time then to welcome Moreau, the signature piece from its first ever bedroom collection. Expect a subtly sculptural shape with softly curved lines, legs in oak or walnut and the option to upholster in any fabric you fancy.

From £2,980 for a double,


Porada’s Killian bed features an expansive, fabric-covered headboard that stretches out like the canaletta walnut frame around the base. Add the optional side tables, suspended on wood slats and covered in a choice between Cuoietto leather or Grey Stone and you’ve got design worthy of any high-end hotel. And did we mention the matt-finish brushed brass feet?

From £7,800,


Soft and subtle curves, an easy-to-live-with shade and a headboard that’s generous without being OTT make Button & Sprung’s Dahlia bed an instant classic. And it’s upholstered in material-of-the-moment velvet too. With all those boxes ticked, we’ll definitely be getting eight hours of good shuteye.

Dahlia king-size bed frame in Navy, £795; and blanket box in Forest, £425, both Button & Sprung (; Modasa rug in Indigo/White, from £60; Tiles throw, £35; and House by John Lewis jersey bedspread in Navy, £40, all John Lewis


Inspired by the vintage beds in the bedrooms of Soho House New York, Soho Farmhouse and The Ned, this Soho Home carved wood bed is the epitome of Edwardian elegance. Featuring a high, carved headboard and low footboard made from solid alder wood.

Bed, £2,195, Soho Home

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