Boring Bedding

When we think of interior design our own bedrooms can take a backseat in terms of extravagant decor, the focus going mainly towards our living spaces and kitchens, however this doesn't mean that they don't deserve as much attention.

This season is about switching up those boring bed sheets. We spend around a third of our lives in bed, so why not do so in style. Ditch the plain white duvet and go for something interesting. Whether it’s a gorgeous chunky knit throw or a homey quilt, there are numerous ways to give your room some personality.


If you're a fan of decorative cushions in your bedroom, these can be a great way to give the room some interest and spice up your existing bed linen. This way, you can reinvent your favourite covers with a few splashes of colour and pattern. Whether you go for perfetly crsip and straight cushions, or more of a haphazard den, you can't really go wrong.

If you want your room to be a haven for peace and quet, go for blue, the ultimate colour of relaxation. If you're looking to capture a fragment of summer, a vibrant yellow will give you a definte mood-lift.


Every different colour has different connotations, and will each convey a different mood for the space. This can be a great way to have some fun and project your personality onto your room, after all this is your own personal retreat and should refelct you.


If you're not a fan of colour, but want to keep things interesting, add in some different textures as a sure-fire way to perk things up.  Chunky knits are hugely on trend, there couldn't be an esier way to give your bedding some TLC than the addition of a simple throw. A sumptuous faux-fur topper is just perfect for warding off the onset of cold weather, not only will you be kept toasty warm but you can curl up and relax in complete luxury. 



A fabulous headboard is a great way of truly stamping your mark on the room.

At Camerich we offer the fabulous Screen bed with upholstered headboard and side panels, just perfect for sitting up in bed with your favourite book.



























Written by Imogen Abbot