Bedroom. Wednesday , September 27th , 2017 - 08:17:05 AM
Mixed doubles, layering an eclectic mix of heritage prints and bold floral textiles effortlessly creates a fresh, Spring-like feel in the bedroom,’ says Sue Roberts, Design Director for Home, House of Fraser. ‘Bedlinen is something you can really have fun with. It’s a way of adding interest and a seasonal element to your room with the option of buying into the whole look for a real statement or just selecting a couple of pieces to update your bed.
Scandi chic, white, light but with added bite, this luxe space is a treat for the senses. Tactile velvets, crisp linen and eye-catching accessories play with scale and form. And for extra privacy, just drape a textile over the vintage four-poster. The Queen Bee, classic spot to contemplate life’s mysteries (such as how come I don’t have royal blood?), the occupant of this suite has regal ambitions. That fabulous drape cocoons the bed, while the embossed cushions are temptingly puffed up. Now, where’s that tea I ordered to be brought up?
Lovely linen (changed often!), invest in the best you can afford, so you can sleep easy – you may prefer cotton, you might go for linen, you might lust after silk. Whichever you choose, it’s the quality that counts. If your colour scheme is pure white, this is your chance to add a bit of personality into your space, be it with patterns, mismatching colours or geometric shapes. And if you can stretch to an epic headboard, even better!
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