Spring is a great time to freshen up your bedding. With Echelon Home’s refreshing prints in easy to match colors, instantly transform your bedroom.
Arwen by Echelon Home features an elegant jacobean flower silhouette and is printed on fine 250 thread count cotton percale. These sheet sets have a nice smooth finish.
Add a modern look to your bedroom with Cleo’s mini geometric design. Available in navy, claret and zinc on a white background.
Fence is a fun pattern in classic shades of grey or dark blue. Beautify your bedroom with these sheet sets.
Out with the old and in with the new…update your bedroom with one of Echelon Home’s new duvet cover sets.
Paloma by Echelon Home is a beautiful duvet cover set made with 300 thread count cotton sateen fabric in soothing shades of grey.
Echelon Home’s Tribeca features a modern geometric print in shades of blue and grey with white accents.
Soho by Echelon Home is a yarn dyed stripe made with 100% cotton with an amazing soft hand feel. Available in three classic tones: navy, light grey and chambray blue.
I’m really fond of our Oslo duvet cover set by Echelon that is currently on sale (20% off), so I thought it would be fun to think of some pieces that would look good with it. The scale and linking pattern of Oslo make it fairly modern looking, so I’d pair it with modern and mid-century modern pieces.
I like rooms with some wood in them. Wood furniture warms things up, as opposed to say the super sleek look of lacquered items.
I think every bedroom needs at least one chair. I always end up draping things on them. This is a super cool Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair.
photo credit: DWR
This bedside table combines the modern look of an iron frame with the hand-antiqued patina of the acacia wood drawer. Audrey Nightstand by CB2.
photo credit: CB2
I really like these Design by Conran ball lamps from JC Penney of all places. Yes, this is the same “Conran” as The Conran Shop!
photo credit: Design by Conran for JCPenney
These look so cool, but are not very practical for bedside lamps, so I think I’d want one as accent lamp.
With wood items, I don’t think it’s necessary at all to have them all the exact same wood finish… looking too “matchy matchy” is so boring.
Elle Decor is featuring “Zen Mastery: A Serene Home in Sweden“, a beautiful blend of Scandinavian simplicity and Japanese serenity.
photo credit: Elle Decor
Here is the bedroom:
photo credit: Elle Decor
It’s super-minimalist with lots of wood. I love the giant rice paper lamp! I adore this look, but I don’t know if I’d have the discipline to keep things so uncluttered! What do you think? You can view the rest of the slides and article, here.