As the days get shorter and darker, the season gives a chance of a fresh style: update the pillowcases with rich colors, bring out the plusher duvets and snuggle up in bed with new bed covers. Create the perfect atmosphere with soft materials and appealing tones!
An extra layer of comfort
The bedspread finishes the look of the bedroom. Matri's Piia bed cover slightly shimmers in a serene sage tone featuring a classic diamond stitch pattern. The quilted bedspread made of smooth cotton satin is filled with fluffy, soft wadding and brings a touch of luxury to the bedroom.
The colors of fall are effortless to add with decorative pillows and quilts. The home textiles in the Menu’s Cocoon textile collection are responsibly made from a single type of material so that they are easy to recycle further. The linen pillows delight with their warm color palette, and woolen blankets warm up during the cold months.
Black and white textiles get a new twist from the playful, eye-catching patterns. The towels in Iittala's Oiva Toikka collection are adorned with a graphic Cheetah pattern, which celebrates the elements of creativity, fun, and imperfection of Toikka's design. The towel is made of high-quality organic cotton.
Braids, fluff, and fringe create a charming nuance to the space and invite you to stay – even barefoot! Ferm Living’s cotton Amass rug is a warm addition to the interior and its casual fringes emphasize the handcrafted look. The multi-purpose fluffy rug is a great choice for the bedroom, children's room, and living room.
A haven for good dreams
When was the last time you updated your pillows and quilts? The Jalo down comforter made by the Finnish brand Joutsen helps to invest in sleep and add a luxurious feeling to a bedroom. The down filling, which utilizes natural materials, is breathable and keeps the temperature comfortable under the duvet throughout the night. The warmest blanket is especially suitable for those who enjoy extra warmth.
A moment for rest
Marimekko's Lepo duvet cover brightens up the bedroom and takes you to the hay fields. Designed by Fujiwo Ishimoto, the natural-colored pattern is reminiscent of the tall grass of his childhood home in which he used to rest when he wanted to take a break from the family's farm work. The duvet cover made of cotton can be completed with the matching Lepo pillowcase.
The charm of natural materials
When a home needs coziness, Woud’s Rombo rug brings contemporary Danish design and the warmth of natural materials into the space. Woven from wool and jute, Rombo rugs get their name from their vivid texture: the rugs are adorned with two-tone diamond patterns, rhombuses. The Rombo collection includes carpets in several different sizes and appealing colors.
Text: Sarianna Määttänen Images: Manufacturers