- Pile on the pillows
Pile on the pillows, and don’t shy away from mixing patterns. Combine large prints with small ones, floral with geometrics. How to figure out this number: It should be enough pillows so that your bed looks sumptuous and inviting when properly made, yet not so many that getting in bed requires 10 minutes of excavating. The sweet spot is usually between two to six, depending on the size of your bed.
The Amouve organic cotton dohar is perfect for the summer.
- Work the walls
Nightstands and adjustable lamps affixed to walls smartly save space in a small room.
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- Sumptuous Finishes
Perhaps there is no other room in the house where you'll appreciate lush, opulent textiles and finishes than the place you'll spend most of your time in. Layer your top flat sheet over a duvet to give your bed a 5 star hotel feel and look.
The Su Casa percale cotton bedsheets by Amouve are the latest addition.
- Dramatic Curtains
A room is never completely finished until you address your window dressing situation.
- Monochromatic Look
- LAYERED BEDDING
Layering is key to a beautiful bed. It gives your space an instantly glamorous upgrade, plus you'll be beyond cozy in the wintertime.
- A bedspread
Adding a bedspread can not only inject a strong colour element into the focal point of the room (the bed) but it's also a great instant update for bedrooms.
- Use quality bedding
You do get what you pay for when it comes to bedding – both in terms of duvet and pillow covers and the filled bedding. Go for the best luxury bedding India, trust us when we say this – it will not only ooze style but also withstand regular washing. Remember to give pillows and duvets a good shake before dressing the bed to even out the filling and return their plump. Cotton duvet by Amouve.
- Bonus Points
- For an extra–plush look, stuff 2 inserts (or choose a duvet one size larger) into your duvet cover.
- If you've got company and you really want to impress, plug in your iron next to the bed, place a towel beneath the folded–over portion of your top sheet, and iron or steam it.