These are some seriously beautiful linens, with a subtle, slightly whimsical squiggle detail. The one embroidered pillow in the center is the icing on the cake.
When styling interior photos, throw pillows that stand up straight like these are a necessity. They bring just the right amount of pattern and warm color to this cozy room.
At first glance the entire color palette of this room looks SO simple, but after a minute of studying, I can see how carefully thought out it is. The long thin blue bolster is the focal point that ties it all together. I'm also excited that the "casually tossed handbag" is not a $15,000 Hermes ostrich bag for once. Have you ever noticed in magazines that it's always a Kelly or a Birkin that costs more than most cars just "casually tossed" in a bedroom?
This bed is so carefully balanced - the gold balances white and solids balance prints.
This is modern floral. Note how the throw brings in the greatest punch of color.
More modern floral, in the same palette as the one above.
A printed bolster and throw keep this room from becoming too whitewashed, yet keep it serene.
This bed can be thrown together really quickly by a kid yet still look good.
Sometimes it's even a simple wool blanket with a stripe or two.
This arrangement makes it so easy to switch things up when you feel the need for a change. Simply change out the covers on a few throw pillows and the room has a whole new color palette!
The shaggy hide-shaped throw is a perfect finishing touch.
The Lettered Cottage has the nautical stripes/mattress ticking thing down to a science!
Is that...a reindeer? Whatever the creature is on that throw pillow, it commands attention and adds mad style!
The minimalist bedscape.
This bedscape is luxurious minimalism.
This one is getting dangerously close to requiring Ben Stiller's armoire, but I would love to sleep in a bed that's made up like this. It's so cozy yet light. I think the fact that so much of it is white keeps it from going overboard.