Liv's Bedroom - All Ready For a Lie-in (+ Get The 'Linen' Look!)

FREDAG (Friday!) - woooop! I don't know about you but I'm planning on a couple of lengthy lie-ins this weekend (I've never have been much of a morning person - how about you?)! Downstairs from us, Liv will no doubt be taking a lie-in too - right here, surrounded by luxury linen. Between you and me, I'm a little envious of her room since the make-over. Hmmm, maybe it's time for an update upstairs too? In the meantime, here are a few snapshots I took of her room with Helen Sturesson for a recent shoot for the wonderful small Swedish business Lovely Linen

I painted the wall in Moln 802 by Alcro - which is a really pale blue. Over time, I've appreciated it more and more - it feels really fresh and matches the rattan headboard (from Danish brand Nordal) really well. Adding a dusty blue pillow cover to the mix of linen also helped to emphasise the blue touch. 

For the rest of the bed linen, I used 2 x Misty Meadow pillow cases (50 x 60)  1 x pillowcase light grey (50 x 60), 1 x pillowcase in dusty blue (50 x 60).  a rustic overcast, 1 x sheet, 2 x Misty meadow duvet covers (single)  and 1 x bed skirt in natural beige (I probably would have gone for the off-white actually, but it was out of stock at the time). 

In the top picture you can catch a glimpse of a side table - which is from danish brand Wild Studio and made from 100% recycled plastic! It also doubles up as a stool. Love it!  

I hope I covered most of the pieces - but in case you're curious about anything else you see in the pictures which is not listed here or in today's post, just give me a shout in the comment section below and I'd be happy to help!

Soooo, that's it from this week. 

Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you have a wonderful, sunny weekend! See you Monday friends! 

Niki

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  1. I love the headboard. It's so light and fresh. It's interesting to see how differently you style the bedding in your area--it seems more formal in the US, whereas your look is more casual and lived-in.

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    1. Thank you, I'm so happy with how the headboard turned out. it's a good one as it simply leans against the wall, which makes it very easy to install! Over the past five or so years, it's become more on trend to show bedding in a relaxed state here in Scandinavia - the linen helps too since it is naturally a little creased. Suits me perfectly!

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  2. Lovely! The linen looks very inviting and the whole rooms is soothing. Cool headboard and side table, too.

    A very long time ago we stayed with a friend in the village of Roskilde, near-ish Copenhagen (during the month of August) and the bed and bedding was sooooo comfortable. I don’t think we have ever slept so well since. It was actually hard to tear ourselves out of bed because it was so comfortable. I sometimes wish I had more details about it, other than that the duvet was down. I think your daughter is very lucky to have such a spot to lie about!

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    1. Now I'm curious about it too! Gorgeously soft bedding is a rare gem and makes such a difference!

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  3. Fabulous information! Thank You!!

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  4. This bedroom is calmness

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