It is very important the you get the right size and fit for your bed sheets. If not, you might buy something that is too small or too big. If your mattress size is 38 x 75″, you need Twin Sheets. For 38 x 80″, Twin XL Sheets; 53 x 75″, Full (Double) Sheets;60 x 80″, Queen Sheets; 78 x 80″, King Sheets and 72 x 84″ for California King Sheets.
There’s a reason why people associate the sea with tranquility and relaxation: the colors of the seaside-pale blues and beige-are naturally soothing for your body and mind. You will be able to relax more easily when you feel like you’re in a natural setting that reflects the essence of the oceans. Paint your walls a soft blue and layer natural textures on your bed in order to recreate the look and feel of the seaside. Keep your floors raw and simple, and use weathered pieces of furniture to give your bedroom a timeless feel.
Coordination is important. Look around your bedroom and determine your style and the colors you use for the decors. See to it that the bed sheet you get coordinates with the headboard and other fabrics on your bed. Some doesn’t really aim to get a perfectly coordinated look. That is actually fine but being coordinated will pull it all together in your bedroom.
Back in the Victorian age, bold patterns were all the rage (in the bedroom and everywhere else in the home). If you’re craving a more dramatic aesthetic, look for bold wallpapers as either an accent wall or an all-around covering. Find a duvet cover that has patterns in the similar colors to complement the look. When using bold patterns, go with vivid colors like bright reds, yellows, blues or oranges; this helps make the patterns pop and gives your bedroom a distinctive look and feel.
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