White bedding is one of the safest bets you can make when outfitting a bedroom. White never goes out of style, it coordinates with just about everything and you can introduce subtle pattern on top of it with a cute throw. What is not love?
One of the chief joys of getting older is that you finally get to do cool stuff on your own for a larger audience. Sure, you might be a pop star at 21, but for most of us, we only start to make a dent in the professional sphere when we get north of 35. I've always admired Erica Tanov's taste and I've always loved Emily Payne's artistic sensibility since I went to college with her years ago, but they've just launched a new collaboration linking art, fashion and home that's a brand new perspective and totally refreshing. Check it out. More
The largest piece of furniture in any room sets the stage and tone for the space. In the case of the bedroom, the bed is the main character so the duvet cover and the rest of the bedding accoutrements will dictate the feel of the whole space. Whether you favor pales, neutrals or colors, choosing the duvet cover will make decorating the rest of the space cohesive and easy. More
If the average person sleeps for eight hours each night, at the end of a year we will have spent 2,920 hours under the covers. If we're going to spend all that time wrapped up in sheets, perhaps they should be of the organic variety. Check out a list of our top ten sources for organic bedding and get ready to sleep in carefree comfort.
I think you know the drill by now: I give you one look and two drastically different budgets. Today's room is for the well-traveled, with a mix of cultures, super saturated colors, lots of texture and carved wood. The price, and its less expensive counterpoint, is next:
This cozy little sleeping nook from Lori & Ken's Modern Calgary Home is simply accessorized with a stripe wool blanket that is both subdued and colorful at once. As Canadians, the blanket shown is most likely an authentic Hudson's Bay but there are a few other options for this classic style out there. Check out five options after the jump...
Fans of American-made products will want to keep Brahms Mount on their radar. Since 1983 this company has been producing blankets, throws and towels from their Hallowell, Maine facility. And, new for 2013, they've also opened a flagship store in Freeport. The company's president, David Kaufman, sat down with us to answer some questions about the history of Brahms Mount.
All right people, I got the message. You don't want to see $18,000 rugs on your mood boards, let alone in your actual kid's room. But I ask: what's a little baby vomit on a carpet that costs more than your car? I thought everyone wanted and could afford such things! I'll make note of it in my Hermes notepad while you click through to see the rest. More