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For us， decorating the bedroom for the warm-weather months is the equivalent of pulling all those adorable， colorful， featherweight sundresses out of their long winter-closet hibernation， and using every conceivable excuse to toss them on—from a trip to the grocery store to afternoon coffee with friends and hanging out on the porch swing with a book and a glass of iced tea. Over the years， we’ve found a tried-and-true way to add a pop of effervescent personality to our bedroom design： painterly prints， in sunny (but never overly sweet) hues and brushstroke- and watercolor-inspired patterns that pair with everything from bright solid bedding to other patterns in complementary palettes.rustic pillows for couch
Although Annie has been dabbling in painterly patterns for a while， she upped her design game this year after a trip to the art markets of Pariscustom christmas gifts， where she spied some incredible watercolor paintings. The resulting printed sheets， duvets， and shams？are exactly what our color-starved bedrooms have been craving. We love that we can pair a more subtle， delicately patterned sheet set with a bright， happy hue， like this throw and shams in coral：
Or we can let a bold print do the talking over a plain white background， like this rosy pink and orange duvet over white sheets， and a pretty， gathered bed skirt.
For a variation on the same theme， we put together this botanical print with a feminine， ruffly bedspread and sham， for the same impact in an even subtler palette.
When we want a more streamlined， urban look， we opt for a sharp palette of white mixed with one color in multiple shades， like this mix of a rich indigo matelassé coverlet and shams， bright white embroidered sheets， and a dreamy duvet in an eye-popping blue floral.
But some days， we just want to go for broke with color. In this version，？we layered a cozy quilted matelassé coverlet， sham， and throw in two different， citrusy hues with white sheets. We topped them with a duvet cover and shams in an effervescent， multicolor pattern.
And sometimes we’re all about layering color and pattern. Check out this ingenious mix of a bright， Indian-style paisley with an Old World， sun-washed print on a white background. Pop it with a single bright color from either palette， and it’s a to-the-nth-degree bedding look that goes right to the edge， but never over the top.
Printed duvets， sheets， and shams have proven to be so versatile， with practically endless mix-and-remix combinations， that they’ve become a new staple of our bedding wardrobe. Stay tuned as the seasons turn， and we show you all-new ways to style these—and even more—printed bedding coordinates for year-round use.
We are inspired by the world around us and love to showcase new and exciting artist, designers and crafters and our guest designer series is a great way to inspire our Crew as well as each one of you to try something?different, show off a new style or help you think outside of?your creative box, so from time to time we like to invite crafters to be our Guest Designer/Blogger for a month to challenge us to see things in a different way and so that we may learn more about our products through the?eyes of a new designer. This month we have invited Sanna Friedner aka SannArt. DIY crafts is all the rage these days?and we love that so many of our basic products are perfect for simple and clever crafty projects. Sanna?create something every day – Most of the time it is drawings or painting, but we asked Sanna to show us what she could do with some of our canvas products. ?Here is a bit about Sanna…
Have you heard the buzz about Oh Sew Bootiful? The British shop creates all-inclusiveembroidery sets that make starting a new sewing project a breeze. Often inspired by flora and fauna, these delightful kits showcase the diverse beauty of the natural world, as evident in this new trio of nature embroidery kits.
After moving from Wellington into a 1960s Auckland bungalow, this creative family stamped their style on their new home with bold colour and pattern