I have a problem with bedspreads. Seriously. In our first year of marriage, I had redone the bedding 5 times and painted the entire room twice. I wanted that space of my own. A getaway in my own house. A place of simplicity and tranquility.
I made quite a few changes before I finally managed to figure out what I liked. Texture, layers, and cozy but neutral colors were on the top of my list. One thing I have always loved is layers on the bed. I wasn't sure where to start with getting the perfect look I was going for but I decided I wanted neutral so I started with white.
This gorgeous duvet from West Elm was the perfect mix of simple and texture I was looking for.
I mixed it with a lighter quilt from Pottery Barn. I have to admit I vacillated between the taupe or the flagstone but ultimately decided accent with the grey and mix the two. So I added this textured throw for one more dimension. Similar Similar Similar
Euro pillow stacked behind king or standard shams adds fullness to the bed. I personally want to add another euro to the back of mine just to fill in all the space.
Accent pillows, like my Mr. and Mrs. one, adds a little playful touch. I picked mine up from TJ Maxx but I've seen a ton out there in all different colors and lettering style. Similar Similar Similar
What are your favorite bedding tips to making the perfect master bed?