Because there is no single magic formula for putting cushions and blankets on the bed, we give you some foolproof looks. The secret to getting it right is combining several sizes, placing them from largest to smallest, and playing with color on the blankets and the smallest cushion. Do you want to see it?
A DARING BED WITH A FLOWER BEDSPREAD
The chocolate flower duvet cover completely marks this bed in earthy and mustard tones. It is daring, but also cozy and elegant. The colors of the bedding blend perfectly with the wooden furniture and the white base of the bedroom.
MANY WHITE AND BEIGE CUSHIONS
And also with some toasted touch. This bright and cozy bed has up to five levels of cushions. The pillows next to the headboard, then a line of beige dials, and up to four more cushions at different heights. They are many, yes, but thanks to their clear shades they go unnoticed.
THE SOFTNESS OF ROSES AND MAKEUP
The combination of stone gray and pink is a delicate and modern bet, which fills this bedroom with light and charm. The duvet cover with a subtle print increases intensity with the boiler touch of the cushions.
WITH THE COLORS OF THE SEA
White, blue and sand are the colors chosen for the bedding in this bedroom. Different types of stripes in soft tones are the protagonists in the cushions, as is the linen, the best option to dress the bed in both summer and winter.
DREAMS IN GREEN
The green bedding fills with freshness and serenity this bedroom decorated in white. The good thing about green is that its different shades work well together. Emily Henderson is committed to giving color to the bed not with the base of the duvet cover but with the elements at the foot of the bed and some cushion, as here.
A BED IN GRAY, GREEN, AND MUSTARD\
It is a chromatic trio that combines great and gives a modern and sober look to the bed. Gray is the clear base, hints of mustard give it light and green is the depth and more presence. The quilted blanket helps to give more movement to the result and a more pleasant appearance.