Bedding & Bath

Apr 14

How to Decorate with Stripes

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Decorating with stripes indoors

While it’s hard to remember a time when we didn’t love stripes, the bold linear pattern is certainly back in a big way. Thick or thin, vertical or horizontal, in living color or in black and white, stripes are like a magnet for the eyes, becoming an instant focal point. Which is why decorating with stripes can be intimidating. But have no fear. With smart styling, you can add them to your decor without conjuring Beetlejuice. Try out one or more of our tricks below.

Feb 6

French-Inspired Bedroom Makeover

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French style farmhouse bedroom with ticking stripe duvet

This week, we’re excited to feature bedrooms from some of our favorite design bloggers, all featuring some of our newest bedding items. Anita of Cedar Hill Farmhouse is a writer, photographer, and lover of all things French. On Cedar Hill Farmhouse, she blogs about French style on a budget.

Feb 5

A Guest Bedroom Makeover in Grays

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Guest bedroom bedding from Jennifer of Dear Lillie blog
This week, we’re excited to feature bedrooms from some of our favorite design bloggers, all featuring some of our newest bedding items. Jennifer of Dear Lillie blog is an interior and graphic designer slowly updating her home. You can follow her decorating adventures by visiting her blog, Dear Lillie. Or to shop Jennifer’s style, visit her shop!

Feb 3

Combine a Guest Bedroom and Home Office in Style

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Guest bedroom and office, designed by Kristin of The Hunted Interior blogThis week, we’re excited to feature bedrooms from some of our favorite design bloggers, all featuring some of our newest bedding items. Kristin of The Hunted Interior is an interior designer with a knack for finding treasures. She loves to mix patterns and colors for a collected look, and we’re delighted to showcase how she’s made over her guest bedroom so it does double duty as an office!

With all of our busy lives and more people working from home, as an Interior Designer and a homeowner myself, I am constantly asked to incorporate multiple tasks into various spaces. Two of the most common spaces that seems to get combined together are the guest room and the office. We are currently in the process of completing this in our own home as I run my design business as well as my blog, the Hunted Interior, from our home.

Jan 29

Ask an Expert: Bathroom Renovation Trends

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Bathroom Renovation Trends

Photo: Erica George Dines

With so many design ideas out there, transforming your master bath into a luxurious and relaxing retreat can actually be a little stressful. To help make the process easier and provide a little inspiration, we talked to Atlanta-based interior designer Mark Williams, of Mark Williams Design Associates, about making the right choices in designing the bathroom of your dreams.

Dec 25

How to Mix and Match Patterned Bedding

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Learn to mix and match patterned bedding

Our nesting instincts have kicked into high gear and not a moment too soon. We’re introducing 10 new bedding collections in our favorite colors and fabrics of the season, all designed to mix together for an effortless look. That means it’s now easier than ever to turn your winter den into the coziest, softest and most stylish spot around.

Dec 23

Our Guide to Monogramming

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A guide to monogramming

Long Live the Monogram

The monogram has made its mark throughout history. First appearing carved into coins to mark the reign of Greek and Roman rulers, the monogram eventually became a symbol of aristocracy, emblazoned on everything from armor to household items to coats of arms. And during the Middle Ages, artisans used their personal monogram to sign their work.