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Dream designer bedding

July 17 -23, 2019

Gulf Weekly Dream designer bedding

Having the right bedding can make all the difference when it comes to having a blissful night’s rest or ending up in a ‘toss and turn-style’ marathon.

Think about it…would you rather sleep on itchy, coarse sheets or slip into dream land on a silky, smooth quilt?

Retailers are well aware of the sleep benefits that can result from covering beds in crisp pure cotton sheets, luxe throws, soft duvet covers and gorgeous quilts. Its ‘snoozeville’ all around and designers such as Hugo Boss and Kenzo have jumped on the slumber train by designing a collection of linens to ensure people get a great night’s rest. It doesn’t hurt that the collection is stunning as well and can transform a drab bedroom into a modern and chic setting to lay your weary head.

Hibernate with Hugo Boss

This is the German luxury fashion house’s first ever home collection, directly inspired by the brand’s fashion shows. The line features three different and delectable patterns that come with an urban and contemporary twist.

The first pattern, Paros comes with beautiful grey shading, adding texture and depth to the material. While the second, Pacific, brings together a combination of ocean blues warmed by nuanced sandy shades – and upon closer inspection the vertically striped motif reveals small, aligned water drops. Last but not least, the final pattern in this collection is called Connection and it incorporates striped ribbons which cross over one other in dark navy shades against a beige backdrop and allows for a modern yet timeless look and feel.

Keep calm with Kenzo

Meanwhile, French Kenzo has created sublime bed linens produced by the world-renowned, Fremaux-Delorme. Its creative and cheerful palette is ideal for those who are looking to decorate their bedrooms with fashion-inspired colourful prints.

This season, there are two stunning patterns to choose from. First up is Bamboo – a tribute to Kenzo Takada himself. This set is a fantasy of colours and exoticism, filled with tigers and bamboo shoots to help people feel as though they are sleeping in a tropical jungle paradise.

The second design is calmer in style. Paisley, which is a take on traditional patterns, is also indicative of the ethnical influences of the designer. With a blue and white palette, the look is at once modern and graphic and ideal for those who are looking to make a bold, yet Zen statement.

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