3 Timeless Bedlinen Looks I’m in Love With

With my living conditions moving from 2 bedrooms to 4 over the next year as we build our own home, I’m really started to wonder how I can make four different beds look unique and stylish in themselves but effortlessly timeless at the same time. Is it doable I ask?!

So I partnered up with family owned Australian company Manchester Collection, which offers quilt covers online, to research different bedlinen styles that are in style now but will equally stand the test of time. I of course wanted to share these  aesthetics with you – so let’s take a look!

Featured above is the Francena Quilt Cover Set

1. The Classic White

This is the look of walking into an upmarket hotel room. Crisp white sheets and linen paired with big soft Europeans that call for you to sink into bed. This look is always “in” – and you can add a touch of trend with a statement cushion, just like the very subtle pop of pattern brought in with the statement cushion in the image above. Something to be wary of with this look is choosing the right bedhead. You want something to add a little depth and contrast behind your white pillows – just like the gorgeous upholstered bedhead in a taupe tone shown above.

Featured above is the Jersey Quilt Cover Set

2. Moody Blues

Ah blue! One of my favourite colours to use in interiors because it’s soft, calming and cool. In the bedroom, blue paired with white looks fresh – and I love the deep navy that offsets the bedlinen in the photo above used as a statement wall. It’s a great way to add interest to the bedroom. Change up your statement cushions depending on the look you are creating – whether you prefer to keep things classic, go for a luxe look or like we see above, bring in Scandi influences.

Featured above is the Tess Charcoal Quilt Cover Set

3. Dark botanicals

This is a look I bet you didn’t expect! But I’m calling it: dark botanicals – when done right – are always going to look stylish. What do I mean by dark botanicals? Big blooming florals with a dark background behind them. It’s a look reminiscent of the Dutch Masters’ paintings. Dark botanicals is the ultimate luxe when you want to bring in pattern to your bedroom. Pair your bedlinen with textured throw in a deep inky shade like the photo above and you have a very sophisticated look!

Thank you to Manchester Collection for supporting this post. I’d love to know your favourite? Let me know in a comment below!

Header image: shot by Nicole Cohen via My Domaine

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