Lately we’ve been looking at how to improve our bedroom. It’s the one room in our little home that still isn’t quite up to scratch. However, we’ve been thinking of a few ways to getting it looking a bit more cosy. New bedding and the introduction of a bit of art are a few steps we’ve taken to creating the perfect sanctuary.

We have some more grand plans but for now we’re continuing to update the bed.

New bed sheets are a great way to update the bedroom. Ours is readily decorated with tones of grey, white and black, making the perfect base palette for introducing colour. These sheets from House of Fraser were a combination of everything we loved. Botanical and beautifully designed, the Living By Christiane Lemieux printed sheets titled ‘Clementine’ feature just that – clementine’s alongside birds and floral’s which sit together in the loveliest tropically kitsch haze.



The orange is the burst of colour we desperately needed in the room and takes us from the warm summer months in to autumn in the most ideal hibernating sweep.

The reverse doesn’t disappoint either with a graphic pattern keeping the bedding feeling contemporary.


With a 300 thread count, the cotton sateen sheets, as well as our new duvet, pillows and mattress topper means we’re having the sweetest of dreams!

As well as ‘Clementine’, we also opted for ‘Red Bird’. A bolder, more vibrant set, the bedding is warming with, again, a burst of tropical fauna and flora.



We haven’t yet popped these ones on but as we keep updating the bedroom we’ll keep you in the loop with how they look.

You remember a couple of months back we wrote a post on how guys can bring floral’s in to the home? We think this is a pretty good way of doing it.


David & Mark x

*This post is a collaboration with House of FraserFor more information on working with us, head here.

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