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Update The Look Of Your Bedroom In Four Easy Steps

It's as simple as fixing up your beddings!

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Original Article: Issa Villar Photography: Jilson Tiu (Main Photo)

Are you tired of simply pulling a boring old bed sheet or a dull blanket all over your entire bed? You can get a completely different and more exciting look by playing with a new comforter and pillows in interesting colors, patterns, or textures. Follow this simple guide to revamp your sleeping space.


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1. Using a comforter, duvet, or heavy blanket, cover the whole bed, from the foot of it going up towards the headboard.

2. From around a foot-and-a-half away from the headboard, fold the cover down.

3. Place pillows in an upright position, arranged in this manner: similar colors on the same row, with smaller throw pillows propped against them as accents.

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4. If you have three different sizes of pillows, arrange it like this: standard pillows first, then the Euro square, then a neck pillow or a bolster (a cylindrical pillow to support the back).

This article originally appeared as “Good in Bed” in the November 2005 issue of Real Living magazine.

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