Tuesday 08th, August 2017 12:22:56: PM, Bedroom.
Abstract Style from West Elm
Hip Patterns from Urban Outfitters
When it comes to large brands proffering on-trend bedding, Urban Outfitters consistently leads the way with its edgy motifs.Below we look the Social Proper for DENY Wasserweave Duvet Cover, featuring a pattern of lines designed by Elizabeth Eadie:
Spring is the ideal time to freshen up your bedding!Whether you procure a new duvet cover or simply top off your bed with a colorful throw pillow, an eye-catching pattern can bring your sleeping space to life. This time, a lot of the motifs are large, bold also playful. In other words, it is easy to make a big statement, thanks to the wide variety of geometric and abstract spring bedding alternatives obtainable.
We end this post by apportioning a few of our children’s bedding favorites from The Land of Nod. Good reports for grown-ups: These designs also come in the full/queen size. In instance you are a kid at heart who wants to add a fun, bold pattern to your sleeping space!
Geometric Flair from Dusen Dusen
Black or white rule at Dusen Dusen, as do vivid pops of color. Launched in 2010 by Ellen Van Dusen, this Brooklyn-based brand has a fine art sense that is both on-trend and unique. Originally offering a line of womenswear, the brand expanded in 2015 to include Dusen Dusen Home, which includes towels, pillows, blankets, and of course, bedding!
Whimsical Design from Feliz
Oh West Elm, how we like your abstract motifs and crisp, organic bedding! The watercolor look is going strong this season, especially with bedding collections like this Organic Paint Palette Duvet Cover + Shams set.
Kids’ Bedding from The Land of Nod
With a soft brushstroke sense, the Georgina Paraschiv for DENY Abstract M3 Duvet Cover is another new creation, this time offering a watercolor-style look. DENY Designs features a rotating collective of artists, and Paraschiv is the perfect addition, as her work is current yet timeless.
We are crazy for the laid-back, playful styles proffered by Feliz. This Australia-based label uses organic and sustainably produced fabrics, as well as water-based inks. Below we look a vignette featuring Cha Cha Cha Pink & Gold bedding. Dusty pink or gold create a big affect without hitting you over the head.