It can be hard to find bedding that’s vibrant and organic, as many companies stick to neutrals when it comes to eco-friendly options. That’s why we’re totally smitten with Anna Sova Home, which offers vividly colorful options, as well as crisp and neutral possibilities. Anna Sova linens are milled in Switzerland with 100% US organic Pima cotton, and they’re finished in Italy with eco-safe cotton bleaching, dyeing and finishing processes. There are no toxic or petrochemical pesticides, dioxin bleaches and optical whiteners. The list of eco-friendly features goes on! And if you love a high thread count, you’ll really love how quality meets organic style with unforgettable brilliance:
One of the biggest perks of a live-edge headboard is the exclusivity that it brings to the bedroom. If you are really good with DIY skills (say intermediate-level skills), then crafting a stunning piece of headboard from a slab of wood is barely an issue. It is a DIY project that you can easily try out at home. The hardest part is of course finding that mesmerizing slab of wood that you absolutely adore. Once that is done, everything else becomes a whole lot easier. If you really are not the DIY type, then you can even order a one-of-a-kind bed with a live-edge wood frame and headboard from sites like Anthropologie.
While antique screens and room dividers might not be ideal for contemporary bedrooms, both in terms of practicality and style, one can still draw plenty of inspiration from them. Much like the classic Shoji screens and room dividers used in Japanese design, a perforated wooden room divider is a great option that adds natural warmth to the bedroom. It can easily delineate the bedroom from the living space or home office next to it without blocking light. Simple floating wooden panels offer a more solid solution, while a screen inspired by Mediterranean style offers more artistry and visual flair.