These days I’m obsessed with bedding and bedrooms. We have five to style in our bay house so I’m trying my best to hunt down affordable sources. For the master I’m going with creams and whites. Here are a few white bedrooms that are my current master inspiration.
Ruthie Sommers bedroom design below, amazing.
This one is more formal than my style, but we have a four poster in this master so it’s a good example of pairing lights with darker cased goods. The bench is fabulous.
Not to sound dreadfully boring, but I really think you can’t go wrong with simple white bedding. I think it’s a classic look and love pairing it with pillows in sophisticated patterns. I’ve been digging around and found a few white bedding potentials:
1. This set of white IKEA bedding is so affordable it’s crazy. It’s soft and flies under the radar, meaning it doesn’t scream “hey, I’m cheap bedding!” Combined with higher end down-filled modern patterned pillows, it holds its own. I’ve literally bought at least four sets over the last two years – use it in our Watercolor home for renters and it’s currently in our master bedroom of our bay house (until I find our for-real bedding, ha).
2. Just discovered this hotel bedding from Sears. Hmmmm, the border in six different colors interests me. Might use it in one of our girls’ rooms? If so, I’ll probably go with the white on white. Although I love the way they used the black border in this room. Will let you know if it I order this bedding and it’s good looking in person!
3. This ruched white duvet could be fun contrasted with tailored shams and crisp white sheets. PB teen of all places.
Oops, have to bolt to take my youngest two to a hair cut appointment, so I’ll try to do a follow up post next week if I find more budget-friendly bedding resources. Feel free to share in the comment section if you know of any great bedding resources, I’d love to know! xo