A soft and neutral quilt that's not too country. Just click on the "Neutral Territory" section of the Pine Cone Hill website.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so it’s a good time to transform your bedroom into a romantic and cozy getaway. New Bedding is one of the simplest ways to instantly transform your bedroom. Plus, most companies offer bedding collections that allow you to mix and match until your heart’s content so your creation will look more custom and less “out of the box”. As you can see in many of these photos, there is usually a large dominant pattern followed by a geometric pattern (stripes or diamond for example) and then a textured pattern. This is a good rule of thumb when mixing it up. If you prefer to stay with solids than keep it in one color family for maximum impact but make sure the intensity of the colors vary (see the dark purple with mauve in the last photo). Since bedding is the showpiece of the bedroom, the transformation is dramatic and you might even be inspired to try a new paint color on the walls. Between the bedding and the paint, you will have a quick and easy new look.
LuLu DK (short for deKwiatkowski) designs gorgeous fabrics that I have chosen for my living room. Now you can get in on her bright, uplifting designs with her bedding. Tiger Lilly in Coral shown above. Also available in Ocean blue.
An pattern in blue emits a beautiful watery look that spells relaxation and .
The pattern was inspired by an Indonesian Wedding Sarong. A great story to go along with a wonderful mix of pattern and texture. John Robshaw makes it easy for you to look like a pattern mixing pro.
Ralph Lauren is your best bet if you like classic looks. The "Poet" bedding shown above is wonderful for any leather or classic wooden beds (Sleigh bed, large scale four-poster) when you like a masculine look with a little softness sprinkled in.
inhabit living features this modern, crisp design for those of you who would ike to bring the simplicity of nature into your bedroom.
Jumping into this bedding from Bliss Living would be like slipping on a silky gown.