Refresh your bedroom with boutique bed linens

Christmas and New Year celebrations may be over (and to add insult to injury, it’s cold and pouring down with rain outside) but, it can’t stop us dreaming that we’re laying on this beautiful bed in the warmer climes of Down Under. And yes, it’s so warm outside that the bed is in the lobby. See that. It’s In. The. Lobby.

By adding refreshing bed linen designs to your bedroom such as this fiesta-inspired style from Linen House, you can really add warmth to your home and give your bedroom an easy and instant New Year makeover.

Linen House is the Australasian market leader in home textiles and accessories, and was founded in Melbourne in 1993. It creates colourful prints, jacquards, embroidered and appliqued bed linens to suit both contemporary and traditional styles and its Boutique Collection mixes the right amount of classic hotel-style detailing with comfort. Inspired by sunny Mexico, the yarn-dyed cotton stripe Sombrero bed linen (above) is made from 100% cotton jacquard with a reverse cover.

For a look that’s a little more neutral, but equally stylish, there’s the cool stripes of Alvaro (pictured below). It’s such a smart style that I think it even looks good with the bed a little ruffled and unmade (that’s how I like to ‘style’ my bed in the morning too, aherm). Woven in cool cotton chambray stripes and softly pleated all over, Alvaro is, in short, a bed linen that’s relaxed, sophisticated and easy to live with. And certainly easy to sleep under.

Check out the full selection of Boutique Linen from Linen House on promotion at ACHICA today.

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Emily Peck, Editor

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