Once the essentials are sorted, it’s time to complete your bedroom with our gorgeous range of furniture, from bedside tables and wardrobes to dressing tables. From Scandi-inspired designs to classic pine, coordinate with matching items from the same range – or mix up styles and colours for an eclectic look.
Which finish is right for me?
At George, there’s a finish to suit every taste, bedroom, and wallet. Choose from:
Decorative Effect Finish: Lightweight and easy to maintain, with an amazing choice of colours and textures. It’s a great, no-fail option for all budgets – ideal for a first house.
Solid Wood: Giving instant character to every piece of furniture, wood is a solid investment. It’s naturally heavier than other materials, so bear this in mind if you like to move your furniture around regularly. If you like your furniture to match, we also suggest buying solid wood items all together – every piece is individual, so colour variation can happen over time.
Rubber Wood: Soft and with colour variation for added charm, it’s a great option if you love the look of solid wood, but at a lower price point than oak.
Pine: Lightweight, warm and brilliant value for money, pine creates a homely, country-cottage feel in any room.
Oak: Ever-popular oak is durable, heavy, and perfect for both classic and contemporary furniture.
Solid Wood Veneer: Furniture finished with thin layers of real wood, it’s used instead of solid wood for greater flexibility and offers great value for money. It’s also durable, and less likely to be affected by temperature over time.
Matt Painted: Usually painted over MDF, this is generally soft to the touch and can add amazing light and contrast to a room depending on your colour choice – plus it’s so easy to care for. A great option if you’re on a lower-budget, too.
Gloss Lacquer: Gloss painted for a premium finish, our lacquer furniture gives dazzling shine and will really complement a modern or contemporary room.
How can I keep my bedroom furniture looking its best?
Gloss Lacquer: To preserve that gorgeous shine, take extra care when cleaning gloss finish furniture and avoid traditional furniture polish. Dust with a lint-free or soft microfibre cloth to avoid scratching the surface.
Wood Effect and Solid Wood: Use a soft dry cloth for dusting and damp cloth for occasional deep-cleaning.
Oiled Furniture: Oiled furniture should be re-coated every 6 months to keep it looking in mint condition.