I was looking around for new bedlinen and instead of looking at MS , Next and the department stores I thought I would try our supermarkets . I was pleasantly surprised.
Offerings from George, Asda.
Grey and yellow is very popular right now. It’s fresh, uplifting and Scandinavian in style. Grey and white is very versatile to add any colour to. This ultimately saves you money and you have the choice to change the theme of your home without too much hassle
The geometrics are cool
Although this picture is from last year the geometric style is still present on the high street.
This is a great alternative for either the man who hates floral design or the woman who doesn’t like fussy.
Like a ray of sunshine in your room yellow, grey and white. Completely fresh and makes you smile. A look you could reintroduce every summer
There are a plethora of geometric accessories you can introduce into your scheme
There is nothing flowery or flouncy about this look but it can be comfortable and minimal.
I think if I were going geometric at home I would either use the accessories or textiles patterned designs. Otherwise you could easily be overpowered. A mood board is probably a good idea.
I personally love the owelry print design brand.
We are so fortunate in the uk to have such talented artists.
The high street makes it easy to redesign your home without paying out a fortune.