This One Thing Will Instantly Cozy Up Your Bedroom
There’s nothing like sinking into linen bedding at the end of a long day. The relaxed yet sophisticated fabric is soft, stylish and looks great even when rumpled. It doesn’t matter if your decor style is modern or traditional — these 8 bedrooms prove that linen is lovely in any sleep sanctuary.
Elegant and timeless, this European-inspired principal bedroom features neutral bed linens that look crisp against the grey-on-grey headboard and wall.
In this moody, rustic retreat, the olive bed linens and grey rug are further grounded by a black pedestal side table and inky pillows. A sand-colored throw completes the nature-inspired theme.
The crumpled linen bedding and velvet pillows in this serene, French-inspired bedroom pick up on the peach hues in the framed botanicals hung above the headboard.
Actor Kristin Lehman’s bed is dressed in pretty green Israeli linens made out of the tablecloths from her own wedding.
Senior design editor Stacey Smithers prettified linen sheets with a unique DIY project. After drawing an outline around her white linens with a Sharpie pen and then spraying it with rubbing alcohol, Stacey hung the sheets to dry, then tumble dried. The result? Striking linens with a hand-dyed look in a soft lilac hue.
In the guest bedroom of this Gambier Island, British Columbia, cottage, white linen bedding introduces a relaxed attitude for visitors who come to stay.
Designed by Sarah Sherman Samuel, this principal bedroom is anchored by vibrant green linens and an olive-toned headboard. Balancing the saturated colors are crisp white walls, wood accents and stunning woven jute wall art that Sarah created herself.
The foundation of this principal bedroom is all about a neutral backdrop: light grey walls, fluffy white linens and pale artwork. Fun pops of blue and pink in the accent pillows as well as the handsome tufted headboard with nailhead details give this sleep sanctuary loads of personality.