This selection of rust-colored comforter sets, with their bold lines and striking hues, have all the attributes to make a great first impression (known as your focal point). Note how well the bed sets work to contrast the model room's surrounds.
If you've a darker bedroom where natural light is lacking, consider a bedding set like this rust and ivory comforter with its reflective sheen. Rust is such a versatile hue that I can see it being your color of choice in a rustic lodge theme and on into a Soho vibe like the set above, on the left.
Too, if your stick with white walls, or they're your preference, rust bedding can support either look--all while grounding your space. Keep to bedding with brown accents if you're after that toasty-warm palette, while the more fiery tones can enliven your bedroom, taking it to mid-century modern or urban loft decor.
It's pretty much a constant with decor--particularly bedding--where you'll have the option to incorporate matching window panels, accent pillows, rugs, valances, wall art, lamps, even clothes hampers! While matching a few pieces helps bring cohesion to your themed space, having too much of a 'good' thing dilutes the decorative value of your room's main attraction--the bedding.
Too, it's only human nature to turn all those look-alike images into a matching game, where the eye converts your decor scheme into a 'how many pink hearts with a green ribbon can you find competition. With lovely bedding like this solid rust colored quilt set above, it's best to allow it to stand its own and garner the attention it so deserves.
I love the crisp lines of this ensemble and interrupting its energy with too many 'helper' pieces would only serve to dilute its strength in your space. The warm, earthy rust-colored background is emboldened by the stark contrast of a winter-white tree branch.
While perusing the internet looking for rust bedding, it was clear that some comforters were more orange or red or brown than others. My ideal rust color for the warm and fuzzy space is one that works with brown or tan.
The more orange of rusts will pair well with white like the tree branch duvet I talked about earlier. While perusing the internet looking for rust bedding, it was clear that some comforters were more orange or red or brown than others.
My ideal rust color for the warm and fuzzy space is one that works with brown or tan. The more orange of rusts will pair well with white like the tree branch duvet I talked about earlier.
Solids may seem plaza but ironically, plain gives you more choices for wall art and accessories than you have with busier designs. Too, you can influence your comforter or other bedding's actual color by adding more of the hue you prefer.
Just dressing your bed with the welcoming pull-down corner and exposing your top sheet leaves a lasting impression. I created this visual to illustrate how despite what is readily apparent with our decor, it's the things we're not so keen on that make a big impression on a space.
We’ve all heard at one time or another that we shouldn’t sleep in the same room as our pets. But for pet parents who don’t mind sharing (or are living proof of the evidence that sharing a bed with your pet can even help you sleep), a real consideration is how to find the best dog proof bedding and dog hair resistant sheets so that everyone can sleep soundly, and comfortably.
If you’re wondering how to minimize the wear and tear (and dog hair) on your human bed, this product guide will help you select the best dog proof bedding, from durable, dog hair resistant sheets to throw pillows and pet hair concealing duvet covers, all designed to be durable, washable, and welcoming to you and your furry sleep mate. This 800 thread count cotton duvet and sham set will satisfy your need for beauty and durability.
(We’ve said it before; the higher thread count is a key factor in the best dog proof bedding.) Hardy, all-natural, hypoallergenic and yet extremely soft, this pure flax linen duvet and pillowcase set comes in a range of beautiful Scandinavian designs, in sizes full/ queen and king.
This microfiber duvet set is still strong and refined looking, and won’t break the bank. Comes in nine solid colors, including black and white, in sizes twin through king.
This microfiber duvet and sham set is affordable and pretty, for stylish dog and human duos. 800 thread count cotton sheets may seem like a luxury, but when you consider the durability and quality of Luke bedding, it could be an investment that will pay for itself in time, especially if you have dogs who like to paw at the bedsheets.
Treat yourself to these tightly woven cotton sheets for a comfortable and stress-free sleep with your pup. Sheet sets come in a variety of soft colors and neutrals and fit most bed sizes.
For more intentional luxury (and scratch resistance), try pure flax linen bedsheets. While linen does come with a heftier price tag, it happens to be the world’s strongest natural fiber.
These sheets will be long-lasting and sophisticated, tough enough for your dog, and perfect for a natural bedroom look. For those of us who don’t have a bundle of cash to spend, microfiber sheets are the best choice for durability, giving the benefits of high thread count without the price of natural fiber.
An added bonus: these sheets come in six different sizes as well as a variety of striking colors and bold designs. Again, 800 thread count cotton offers both durability and comfort, and ranks as one of the best dog hair resistant sheet varieties because the tighter weave makes it difficult for fur and pet hair to cling or become embedded in the sheet fibers.
These pure flax linen pillowcase pairs are tough and chic and come in a variety of neutrals to match or complement your bedding, in queen and king sizes. Canvas throw pillows add dimension to your bed, and stand up to roughhousing and wear and tear, making canvas in general one of the best dog proof bedding materials around.
Try these in neutral or choose from a range of colors to fit your design scheme. For a polished and put-together look for an affordable price, try this soft microfiber comforter set, which comes with two pillow shams.
All pieces are machine washable and come in a range of rich colors, sizes twin through king. For simple and basic dog proof bedding, this affordable microfiber comforter is easy to wash and store, doesn’t require a duvet cover, and can stand up to all the dog antics.
Then this pinch pleated microfiber comforter set is a perfect statement piece for your bedroom. The pillow shams and comforter are all machine washable, and even with all that flair, your dog can still get cozy.
Celebrate that love with this gorgeous two-sided fleece blanket, perfect for layering under a bedspread, making a nest for your BFF, or wrapping around yourself on the way to the kitchen in the morning (or all day?). Durable and machine washable, this tightly woven microfiber blanket can stand up to a rowdy dog’s play without sacrificing a traditional bedroom look.
Get that velvety glam look without the velvet price tag with this plush fleece bedspread. Try this soft Sherpa fleece pet blanket, designed with a waterproof inner layer to prevent moisture from accidents or drool from staining your bed.
Stars and Stripes bedding makes for an ultimate focal piece, where its instantly-recognizable bright, contrasting hues capture the eye and hold it in admiration and respect. Scroll down for a look at several American Flag bedding sets and helpful suggestions on melding your love for red, white and blue and the splendor of America's Stars and Stripes into your space.
Getting started with any new theme begins with a 'splash' of bold patterns and/or color, and it's quite obvious with these red, white and blue comforters and bedding sets that there's plenty of WOW! Ideally, your focal piece should contrast with its surrounds as it introduces your theme in a fresh and welcoming fashion.
Too, your focal point should hold the eye a bit longer than the other, supporting artwork and accessories. I like the wall color in these model rooms, as paint should support your bedding without being the main attraction.
Placing a rug at a sharp angle, tucking one corner under your bed, create the appearance of more space. The diagonal arrangement in a squarish room results in an instant transformation, where your bedroom looks a bit bigger.
I'm a big fan of getting the whole bedding ensemble in one fell swoop, so I was happy to see these impressive Stars and Stripes bed-in-a-bags that include a matching flat sheet This red, white and blue bedding sets also have a matching pillow sham that's not so 'matchy-match' which I can appreciate for its layering effect.
Another decor scheme for red, white and blue bedding I appreciate is nautical vintage with Stars and Stripes complementary pieces here and there. I suggest using reclaimed and rustic pieces or you might appreciate the look of a quick sand-through of a vintage chair, where just enough finish is sanded to reveal bare wood.
More conservative stars and stripe quilt sets like this one are Americana style with their telltale red, white and blue in a more muted tone. Old sewing machine cabinets, or even spinning wheels and old oil lamps are good options for themed, Americana decor.
If you've an antique bed, quilts are spot-on choices followed by supporting vintage pieces that are genuine or reproduced. Personally, I'd opt for real period pieces, as they're easy to obtain one bay and other venues like flea markets and estate sales.
Simply begin with great red, white and blue Americana quilts and other bedding any of like these and you're off to a fabulous start. With their visually stimulating value, these pieces can trump up the plainness of your bedding, instantly introducing your space's theme.
Pillows and accessories can get pricey for sure and as I mentioned above, keeping to a budget is a must no matter what that money amount is.