3 ways to use the same bedsheet – but give different looks to your room: Inputs From Expert Sonam Gupta
It’s that time of the year when agai you start preparing afresh for the upcoming year ahead. Christmas celebrations are knocking at the door and yes you definitely need to think somethiBedsheets are a key ingredient in the overall decoration of the room. And, there is away to say it all through a single decorative concept. You might like to use the same bed layover in different combinations to heighten the bedroom décor. A single piece of bedsheet may be able to do it all. All you need to do is try some permutations and combinations and go coordinate the colours, shapes and patterns of the same bed cover with the flow of the room. Depending on your choice of a bedcover, you can decide to alter the look and feel of your room, aplenty.
Here are 3 ways to use the same bedsheet for different looks in your room.
- The focal point is the bedsheet you have used. Take into account the colour, design or the pattern and match it up with the extra layer of cushions on the bed. Yes, throws using a lot of cushions is for convenience and fashion together. Don’t just do by laying cushions on the bed. The idea is to use decorative cushion covers which too are amply available.
These cushion-made cover designs and style look fabulous for everyday décor. Take, for example, the Indie-Tadka design covers adding zing and life to your otherwise simple décor. If you are using an Indie Tadka bedcover, then, a perfect match of cushion cover can be found in the self-embroidered Bronze or Red to add sheen to the complete layover. You can try and match different colours to make it vibrant yet not loud and noisy. Try the mix and match with a neutral shade in between a vibrant colour like a red or a purple. It will instantly add the gloss in a subtle and sober way. On an occasion, you can make your choice between the sheen and the shimmering of red and bronze respectively.
2. Again, with a bedsheet at the nucleus, take time to look for duvets and comforters. These are extra layers on the bed and when kept in a nice, folded way, it definitely heightens the look and feel of the complete décor. Such is the layered prominence. They can almost cover a three-fourth portion of the bed before they get wrapped on the bed nicely in the one-neat thick fold.
There are duvet covers available in solids like red and blue will immediately attract attention yet look sober and sleek in their own style. With an Indigo Blue, you will never overdo the bedroom décor. However, your prime stuff, which is the bedsheet, pillow, and now the duvet, should never look displeasing to each other. It is therefore important to try good colour combinations or contrasts, as you may personally prefer. A white base sheet will help you in choosing more vivid colours, while an already bold colour and design on the bedsheet will compel you to choose something soberer like a neutral Wheat or a Desert Safari duvet colour cover.
3. The whole bedsheet décorincluding the pillows, cushions, duvets or as you please it to be, has to be adequately and appropriately matched with the window curtains. It is important since draperies are always of flowing length and add a lot to the grace and elegance of fabrics in the bedroom. Your bed dressing is incomplete if you don’t find a suitable match in the window curtains.
Even if you don’t have too much window length like floor to ceiling, it is still recommended to use high fall curtains, especially on the top. If you keep a bit outwards length, it will create an illusion of grandeur. Do it only if you wish to highlight the bedroom décor using curtains. Even if you use mid-length curtains, it still makes room to match it up with the bedsheet in design and colours. Usually, a multi-coloured bed sheet must be matched with curtains of neutral or a solid colour. Pick up the colour which is most prominent on the bed dressings, like in a multi-colour display there is always a certain shade which gains precedence over the rest. Use that one shade to add aglow to the complete décor of your room.
So here were some brilliant hacks from the connoisseur, Sonam Gupta, the designing head Tangerine.
Design to Sonam is an aesthetic solution. “Everyday continues to inspire me – colour palettes as seen in cityscapes and our surroundings. I am intrigued by textures seen in nature, in humans and all around us. India as a country has always been an inspiration for its rich culture and textiles. We are known for our flamboyant usage of colours and patterns. The country has also carved out a significant spot for itself on the global fashion map.”
“Tangerine Design Studio ; built by colour lovers, storytellers, perfection obsessed quirky designers who aim to bring fashion to our customers’ lifestyle through a whole new range of Home products thereby giving home a new style identity. Colour has always been the focal point for our collection. I am constantly in sync with the trends and forecast all over the world. The challenge is really to identify and modify the trends to make them suitable for our Indian customers.”
Thank You Sonam for such beautiful inputs.
Decor had never been so simplified before!