Dress Your Bed for Summer: White, Natural, Aquamarine Blue
Summer means sunshine. Summer means blue skies and deep waters, lots of greenery and freckled skin. It also means lazy mornings in bed... And what better way to enjoy those slow, sun-drenched moments than rolling in crisp new bed linens?
Overall, linen fabric is the number one choice for summer bedding because it is super breathable, lightweight, moisture-wicking, and hypoallergenic – those who tend to wake up with a stuffy nose or itchy skin will surely appreciate this quality. Stonewashed linen bedding is very soft and pleasant to the skin.
What's more, linen is a strong-ass fabric that retains color well. So if you are considering a summerish bedroom makeover, here are a few options that have become our personal favorites over the years, and will add a sense of timeless elegance, purity, and freshness to any interior.
Natural linen color bedding
The natural linen color is very neutral and works well in both modern and rustic interiors. Natural linen can vary from warm grey to greyish taupe, but our line of natural linen color bedding tends to be on the warmer side and resemble the shade of oatmeal.
Neutral colors and earth tones are known for creating a relaxed, calm atmosphere. You can easily mix-and-match them with white or muted shades of pink and grey to create a healthy contrast.
White linen bedding
Those who want to evoke a spa-like feeling in their homes should definitely try pure white linen bedding and bath essentials. The color is timeless and will match any other color combination in your home.
White is revered as the symbol of purity, cleanliness, and simplicity. It will work perfectly in a minimalistic, Scandinavian-style interior with lots of natural light and space. There probably isn't a better color to choose for a fresh new start...
Aquamarine blue bedding
Some people tend to avoid blue color in their bedrooms thinking it creates a cold, uninviting atmosphere. However, with aquamarine blue bedding that leans on the brighter, warmer side you'll easily bypass all those negative connotations.
Invite some of that warm summertime breeze into your home or create a nautical vibe by mixing and matching aquamarine blue with other neutral and muted shades such as white, off-white, and even grey. Those who are a bit bolder can try styling it with other bright colors – purple charcoal (pictured below) or gray blue.