And speaking of “easy does it” style less can be more when it comes to filling the room with stuff. In this minimalist bedroom from Urban Outfitters grid lines do all the talking. The palette is nearly all-white with fresh doses of greenery punctuating the space:
Ready to introduce a bit of pattern? White Lotus Home offers both patterned and solid duvet covers as well as sheets and toppers. Many items are 100% USDA Certified Organic products and bedding is available in both cotton and sateen. There’s variety here as options represent a great blend of colorful neutral and patterned possibilities.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to bring greenery home. This soothing bedroom from West Elm is adorned with two monstera leaves. Tropical leaves are only a few dollars apiece and they have the potential to last for weeks.
For some changing the color palette of the bedroom makes all the difference! What’s your idea of soothing? A white background dotted with candy-colored accents? Or do you like to keep it soft and simple with minimal tones? Peach is the perfect counterpart to the light blue bedding below. The combination of pastels evokes the feel of a tropical vacation.
If you caught our recent post on bathroom color schemes you know that we’re all about creating a clean slate at home for spring and this approach definitely extends to the modern bedroom. Make it fresh. Make it crisp. Adopt a “less is more” approach. The photos and tips below will show you how…
Anna Sova linens are milled in Switzerland with 100% US organic Pima cotton and they’re finished in Italy with eco-safe cotton bleaching dyeing and finishing processes. There are no toxic or petrochemical pesticides dioxin bleaches and optical whiteners. The list of eco-friendly features goes on! And if you love a high thread count you’ll really love how quality meets organic style with unforgettable brilliance: