The Layered Bed

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With 2015 right around the corner, it’s time to focus on sprucing up your house. There is nothing I love more than creating a cozy bed for cold winter days. Lately it’s been especially chilly. Now you may think I’d be the type of gal to have an all white bed, but that’s not the case. When it comes to putting together bedding I’m all about a layered look with multiple patterns mixed together. To show you how I put together my layered bedding I’ve partnered with Anthropologie to show you how I’ve mastered the art of bed layering.

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The best way to mix patterns and textures is by using the same tones. If you keep them in the same color family, everything will pair together beautifully.

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Want more tips on the art of layering together different bedding? Pop over to Anthropologies blog to get more tips from me. You can also achieve this same look in your own bedroom with the items below. I know I’ve been wanting to stay in bed a little bit longer now that it has all of these soft linens on it.

Untitled-2Anthropologie Layered Bed | Sacramento Street

Faux-Fur Pillow | Tiveden Fringe Throw | Move and Work |

Soft-Washed Linen Euro Sham | Flora Sheet Set | The Inspired Home

| Soft-Washed Linen Duvet | Pinched Glass Vase

This post is a partnership with Anthropologie. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting sponsored posts that keep Sacramento Street doors open.

Photos by Claire Giffen for Sacramento Street 

2 Comments

  1. kristin | W [H] A T

    that duvet is gorgeous. anthropologie has such gorgeous linens.

  2. Nicole

    This is oh so lovely! Any chance you can share where the lamp is from? I’m on the hunt and that one is gorgeous! Thanks!

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