Modern Farmhouse Bedding

You know what I think is awesome? We are ALL so different!

And I’m a huge fan of letting your unique personality traits shine whether that’s reflected in the bedding you love or simply, you having the confidence to be who you are every day of the week.

Be sure to check out the Modern Farmhouse Bedroom post and see all the furniture I chose for my friend Kristen’s master bedroom. She chose this bed and I thought it was such a great one to work it. It’s simple and timeless, neutral enough that our options felt endless.

Here are two different bedding choices for her room using this bed. Also, keep in mind, this headboard has ten different color choices. Depending on your room, I can see many of these colors being a good fit. I went with the Zuma Pumice. I really like the light gray tone but the texture of it not being opaque. A really close second was Zuma White. Ultimately, I think we made the right choice.

 

OPTION 1: FLORAL

I’m using a duvet from one of my absolute favorite online bedding shops. I use Linen and Hutch sheets and they are the comfiest sheets I’ve ever slept on. Is comfiest even a word? haha Use code: brookesailer for 30% off your order if you like this duvet cover! I chose the duvet first and let that inform the direction of the bedding theme. Throwing in the pops of green were a fun surprise element. Green pairs so well with gray so I knew it would work! If you go this route, I do think you should choose art or wall hangings that really drive that green/botanical theme home. I found killer deal on a faux olive tree so I added it here. As well, a wreath is a must have in a cottage-y, farmhouse room so I chose this dainty spring wreath from a local decor shop, Curtis Creation.

I want to describe how I would make a bed using these exact products and it may inform the quantity of pillows you buy. First, make the bed with the sheets and gray quilt. Then, fold the duvet in thirds long way and lay it at the end of the bed. I would put three white euros along the back against the headboard first. Then, add three gray euros in front. Next, add the standard pillow shams that go with the white and gray duvet set. Next, put two green, square botanical pillows. Lastly, put the gray stripe lumbar. The small leaf lumbar would be so good on the accent chair on the other side of the room. It will draw that green over and tie it all in. Ta-da! You have yourself a really fun, spring look. When you get tired of the green, all you’re doing is replacing three small pillows and you have a white and gray neutral bedding that will last for a really long time.

SHOP THIS LOOK:

  1. DUVET SET PLUS SHAMS
  2. SILVER THROW BLANKET
  3. FAUX OLIVE TREE
  4. STRIPE PILLOW
  5. GREEN LEAF PILLOWS
  6. GRAY QUILT
  7. WREATH
  8. WHITE RUFFLE EURO SHAMS
  9. SMALL LEAF LUMBAR PILLOW
  10. GRAY EURO SHAMS

OPTION 2: CARAMEL

This is going to be me stating the obvious, but this bedding grouping is so different. The dark gray and leather brings a really modern touch. And in a way, it’s much more masculine. What works is the caramel color against the dark gray. I decided at the last minute that this look needed some crisp white. I jumped over to Linens and Hutch and used my own coupon to grab a solid white duvet to pair. Code: brookesailer gets you 30% off any bedding purchase anytime.

SHOP THIS LOOK:

  1. SMALL DASH LUMBAR PILLOW
  2. GRAY FRINGE PILLOW
  3. FUR THROW
  4. WHITE DUVET
  5. BLACK AND WHITE THROW
  6. PINSTRIPE PILLOWS
  7. COMFORTER SET
  8. LEATHER PILLOW
  9. EMBROIDERED PILLOW
  10. DARK GRAY EURO SHAMS

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Now that you’ve seen the two very opposite choices, which one would you pick?¬†Should I show you which one she chose or let you be surprised later?? Ah. I think I’ll surprise ya.

See ya soon,

Brooke


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