With all that downtime spent at home recently, chances are you’ve had a chance to take a good look at your décor.
Do you like what you see?
If not, then the New Year is a perfect time to start thinking about a refreshed look.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be looking at new ideas for different parts of the home, beginning with – the master bedroom.
After all, it’s where we spend a third of our lives and where we begin each day, so it makes sense to set the mood right.
Plus, our bedrooms are a private space where you can feel free to be as bold and creative as you choose, and really express your personality.
But whatever you decide to do, it’s best to start with bedding and decide on a colour scheme from there. Here are some of the best looks we’ve found for 2018.
On-trend grey is fast becoming the ‘new magnolia’, according to Ideal Home.
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We love this retro Orla Keily bedding from John Lewis, £20-£76. It’s also available in Duck Egg/Seagrass.
For a slightly cheaper but similarly retro option, there’s also this Triangle print bedding in slate and orange by House, John Lewis’s own range. Prices range from £ £21.00 – £42.00
Bold prints are bang-on trend and there are some really fun ones around at the moment.
We also love this SCION Mr Fox 100% Cotton Duvet Cover, currently in the sale at Very.co.uk.
And this gorgeous crane print bedding from John Lewis is also reduced to clear, with a massive 50% off.
From calming duck egg to deep navy, blue never goes out of style – it’s the world’s favourite colour, according to Elle Decor – but its definitely enjoying a moment.
It works particularly well in bedrooms, thanks to its soothing peaceful vibe.
This set from Very.co.uk comes as a twin pack, offering two fab blue looks for the price of one:
For something a little more grown up, we adore this Kaleidoscope Duvet Cover and Pillowcase Set by MissPrint at John Lewis.
MissPrint’s Kaleidoscope design was originally drawn by hand, and incorporates a complex mix of elements inspired by kaleidoscopic symmetry.
With a 200 thread count, the feel will be wonderfully smooth and soft against your skin.
Fancy a simple look – perhaps allowing you to go bolder with the wallpaper?
This Waffle Stripe Duvet Cover in Navy is perfect and classic and ranges from £40-£70.
Floral designs are ever-popular in the bedroom, but right now, it;s ‘the bolder the better’. Feel free to make a statement with deep splashes of colour – Lime has never been more in, and this abstract poppy print bedding Elin duvet cover and pillowcase set is to die for.
For a girlier, more delicate look, we like this Ted Baker Flight of the Orient Cotton Bedding, £26.25 – £82.50.