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Luxury bedding sets can really give your bedroom a feeling of style and design. Previously this kind of bedding could only be found in expensive villas and hotels but now manufacturers are starting to produce inexpensive designer bedding at a price that most people can afford.
So if you're looking for stylish luxury in your home then investing in designer duvet sets can help give that comfort and extravagance that you may have always wanted. One of the things that separates ordinary bedding from luxury bedding is the quality of the materials used and the level of detail taken when it is being made.pillow shams floral
One of the keys to a fantastic looking bedroom is for the entire room to match. Every little detail and object in the room needs to complement an accent various elements of the entire design. Just one small mistake such as ready made curtains or roller blinds that don't match can ruin the feel and look of the entire room!
It is also important to take into consideration that luxury bedding can require slightly more care and maintenance when being washed. Most luxury bedding will last for a long time if cared for properly giving you years of comfort and enjoyment.
Matching your luxury bedding to the rest of the room can help create an overall sense of harmony and balance within the bedroom. Available in many various styles， from simple elegant designs to extravagant designer statements， selecting which is the right style for you and your home is a decision you will need to make before making your selection as it is easier to decorate a bedroom if you have the overall style and theme in mind!
Another excellent addition to your luxury bedding is to add matching pillowspersonalized wedding gifts， boudoir styles cushions and bed-runners that will help complement the design of your duvet sets. They will also add increased comfort and luxury and give that feeling that you only find with a luxury designer styled bedroom.
If interior design is not your strong point it may be wise to hire an interior designer to layout and suggest the look， colours and style of your bedroom. When using an interior designer it is important to work closely with them to ensure that the room ends up looking how you would like it to， however hiring an interior designer can be expensive! It is also possible to buy a pre-designed bedroom that already looks stylish and luxurious.
These are often cheaper than hiring a private interior designer but can still offer the same high quality look and feel， alternatively use interior design blog pages or flip through magazines to give you the inspiration and impetus of creating your own designer styled bedroom at a fraction of the cost!
I have a friend Kelly, who is a florist, who taught me years ago that anything is a vase. It opened up a world of decor opportunities to rethink objects & make centerpieces out of them. The same applies to light fixtures. While I’m not in an overly DIY phase right now, sometimes you just can’t find exactly what you’re looking for & you have to create it. You can turn anything into a light fixture. Well, almost.
The other day, I was explaining to a non-DIY-type friend that craft stores have their Christmas supplies up so early so that makers can have all their goods ready to sell/gift/hoard in time for the season. So in honor of the early starters here’s a little Christmas in September. I’m going to share my favorite quick pillowcase tutorial. A pillowcase makes a great gift by itself, and like we did here, as wrapping for a coordinating gift like our PJ pants!I learned this pillowcase technique a few years ago at QuiltCon when American Patchwork and Quilting was doing their 1 Million Pillowcase Challenge. UPDATE:? I just went to the site and it’s still going, so go check it out and make a few extra to donate! Bust that stash for a good cause!
For the opera "H?nsel und Gretel" (by Engelbert Humperdinck) the costume designer wanted to have Gretel a handbag in the shape of an IKEA rat, so I made one... If you like this project, consider voting for me in the contest! ;-)