3 Ways to Mix and Match Bed Linens
You can mix patterns, colors, and styles to create a comfy and relaxing bedroom
Having the right set of sheets can help improve the ambience in your bedroom. If you're feeling extra creative, you can easily combine linens with different patterns and styles to create a unique private space. Here are three options that you may want to consider.
Picks, production, and styling by Dagny Madamba. Photographed by Kurt Alvarez and Dairy Darilag. Sittings editor: Issa Villar. Styling assistant: Tala Singson.
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Pinstripes + Abstract + Ethnic
Why it works: A strong neutral palette bodes well with achromatic colors and striking prints, which look very stunning in a bachelor’s room
Ultima Linen Striped Gray Pillow Cover, P575 set of two, SM Home
Ultima Linen Sahara Print Twin Size Three-piece Set, P2,749.75, SM Home
Canadian Corsica Duvet, P2,100, SM Home
Graphic Black and White + Chevron + Brights
Why it works: Graphic prints work best when paired with equally loud colors such as tangerine. The modern patterns, on the other hand, prevent the vibrant colors from becoming too child-like.
Black Pillowcase, P699.75, SM Home
Hosh Chevron Queen Size 4-piece Linen Set, P400, SM Home
Orange Throw, P650, Mandaue Foam
Classic Florals + Embroidery + Pastels
Why it works: Soft, pastel hues paired with delicate, nature-themed patterns provide the right amount of sweetness without being too saccharine.
Margaret Muir Embroidered Duvet, P5,499.75, SM Home
Canadian Cotton Blanket, P1,799.75, SM Home
King Size Floral Pillowcase, P99.75 each, SM Home
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