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Update your bedroom
with new curtains and bedding
Does your bedroom need an upgrade? Change the look of
the room with new curtains and sheets. Here’s how to
choose the perfect new linens for your room.
CUrtains
When selecting curtains, think about the look you want in
the room and then find a fabric that corresponds. Linen and
cotton blends are more casual and cheerful, while silk and
velvet are refined and regal.
Next, think about the colour and pattern you’d like. You

can match your curtains to the colour of the wall and use
pattern and texture to make them stand out. Alternatively,
you could hang a multi-coloured pattern and make them a
focal point.
Bedding
You don’t need to match your bedding to your curtains but
they should co-ordinate. You can pull a colour from the pattern on your curtains or use a contrasting colour. If you’d
like to use different patterns for your curtains and bedding,
stay in the same colour palette.
When buying your sheets,
invest in high-quality, natural fabrics. Egyptian cotton
is classic and comfortable,
while silk feels luxurious
and has the added bonus of
being gentle on your hair
and skin.
By changing the linens
in your bedroom, you’ll
wake up feeling like you’re
somewhere new.

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