A mix of patterns brings designer flair to this bed ensemble. While layering different prints may seem intimidating, interior designers say the key to getting it right is to achieve the proper mix of scale. To keep the layered look from becoming too busy, use a mix of small-, medium- and large-scale patterns and stick with a cohesive color scheme. By keeping the colors similar yet slightly off from one another, the result is sure to be successful.
Pillows are a great way to make a porch feel more like a real room, extending the square footage of your home. Use pillows with quick-drying polyester fillings as well as fabrics that are fade and mildew-resistant.
The headboard and pillows are custom upholstered with fabrics that were carefully selected to create a modern twist on this rustic retreat – and the metallic wallpaper behind is a dark but reflective statement, which plays with the light in the room, without taking away from the regal style.
The first step to creating a snooze-worthy bed is finding the right pillow for your favorite sleep position. Katrina Crowell of Cuddledown (https://www.cuddledown.com/) suggests selecting a medium or overfilled pillow if you're a back sleeper since it will offer proper support for your head and neck. If you sleep on your stomach, look for a pillow that is extra-soft to allow your head to sink to a comfortable level. Side sleeper? Choose either a soft-filled pillow for softer support or medium/overfill, if you need extra support around