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Style for the season

What do we all have in common when the weather turns cooler?

We don’t want to get out from our warm beds!
But is your bedroom beginning to look tired?
Now is the time to bring a little cheer to your slumber palace. If your bedroom doesn’t need it, think of your guest room(s).
It doesn’t take a major investment to make some changes to create a wide awake look.

Step 1: I recommend starting with an “anchor piece” like a rug. Choose colors from warm rust, browns and beiges that are easy to find this time of year. 
This tangerine rust area rug creates a cozy and inviting feel to any bedroom.

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The white and charcoal grey graphic rug below works well with the warm wood and leather bench and caramel accent pillows.
"This gorgeous Ansa bench in Charme Tan leather and walnut stained arms and legs is to die for. I feel like they made it just for me. It is perfection, with its sleek mid century design and expertly crafted square edges." Photo by Kate Chipinski. #BedroomDesign
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A white textured rug for a crispy winter look with black and blue/green accents.
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Step 2:  I recommend neutral sheets and layering your bedding with one or two accent colors. Layers are all about warm, cozy TEXTURE! I’m picturing wool, velvet (traditional and crushed) quilts, or soft nubby pillows. I enjoy the mixture of a variety of size pillows: Euro, Standard/queen/king pillows, square, round or rectangle accent pillows.

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Add a quilt or throw at the end of the bed or to an accent chair or bench.
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Step 3: A touch of metal is something to consider. For a rustic vibe add iron accents like candle holders, ceramic vases, natural wood bowls. Brass brings in a touch of glam and adds a festive mood. You can accomplish that with brass candleholders, trays, table lamps, picture frames, and so forth. For the modern look I suggest adding black accent vases, frames, planters, etc.

Step 4: What is fall without the vibrant colors of leaves?
I would add a vase with some branches to a dresser or if you prefer wreaths, this is the time to get them. There are many options from brown/orange shades to dried green magnolia and they are perfect for seasonal wall décor.

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I hope these four easy steps inspire you this season.
Then sleep like a baby!

If you need help putting accessories together or for me to shop for you, I’m a phone call away!

Dulce

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