We’re currently crazy for the laid-back playful patterns offered by Feliz. This Australia-based brand uses organic and sustainably produced fabrics as well as water-based inks.
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…
Of course it is the colors that surround them décor and other accessories that change to give the room its distinct vibe. From multi-colored chevron stripes that turn heads and add energy to the room to those in shades of gray that blend in with a Nordic theme the choices are undeniably infinite!
With a soft brushstroke feel the Georgina Paraschiv for DENY Abstract M3 Duvet Cover is another fresh 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 modern yet timeless.
We now move into mainstream brands that offer organic selections such as West Elm which features a wide range of Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)-certified cotton bedding items. Interesting patterns and soothing hues are two standout features of West Elm’s organic bedding products.
Oh West Elm how we love your abstract patterns and crisp organic bedding! The watercolor look is going strong this season especially with bedding selections like this Organic Paint Palette Duvet Cover + Shams set: