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Bedroom Styling with Logan Masons Lovely Linen

Bedroom Styling with Logan Masons Lovely Linen

Carly Flynn
/ Categories: Interior Design

It’s spring and we all love a bit of a spring clean and a re-fresh. Our bedroom is often the last place to get thought of (ahead of the kids rooms!) but it was time to deal to the master bedroom.

 

So many of the quilt covers and duvet sets I came across seemed either too symmetrically patterned, or incredibly bland. And we all know I'm not into white walls and bland decorating.  

 

Once I spotted Logan & Mason’s luxurious Breeze Jade Duvet Cover Set , I couldn’t wait to get started. I love the feel of Logan & Mason bedding. It’s crisp, light and always sits well.

 

We have beautiful Palm Jungle wallpaper in our room and I knew when we did it I would have some trouble matching future linen.. but I love colour, and just can’t help myself. And why not? Styling is personal. It’s about expressing yourself and making YOU happy.  

 

My wallpaper and The Breeze Jade Duvet Set are a match made in heaven. I do also have a classic white cotton waffle linen set for when I’m wanting a cleaner look. With that in mind, I wanted a throw and cushions in darker hues to compliment both looks. 

 

I've always wanted euro pillows and cute throw cushions for our bed, but have never had the confidence. The styling tips from the Logan & Mason catalogue helped give me this confidence. I started with the ombré indigo throw, which ties in the duvet cover and wallpaper perfectly. It even collaborates with my light fitting! 

 

Mixing and matching the blue hues of the Kaleidoscope Navy European Pillowcases with the Preston Cadet Square Cushion has worked, thanks to the ombré throw. I didn’t have to be too concerned about them matching.

 

I finished off the look with the sweet round cushion to bring in a little of the grey tone, and added the final personal touches of our favourite photo’s and books. 

 

I couldn’t be happier with the result, and had so much fun working with Logan & Mason’s luxurious products. They really do have a range to suit any taste. I hope you enjoy! 

 

 

It’s spring and we all love a bitoften the last place to get thought of (ahead of the kids rooms!) but it was time to deal to the master bedroom.

 

So many of the quilt covers and duvet sets I came across seemed either too symmetrically patterned, or incredibly bland. And we all know I'm not into white walls and bland decorating.  

 

Once I spotted Logan & Mason’s luxurious Breeze Jade Duvet Cover Set , I couldn’t wait to get started. I love the feel of Logan & Mason bedding. It’s crisp, light and always sits well.

 

We have beautiful Palm Jungle wallpaper in our room and I knew when we did it I would have some trouble matching future linen.. but I love colour, and just can’t help myself. And why not? Styling is personal. It’s about expressing yourself and making YOU happy.  

 

My wallpaper and The Breeze Jade Duvet Set are a match made in heaven. I do also have a classic white cotton waffle linen set for when I’m wanting a cleaner look. With that in mind, I wanted a throw and cushions in darker hues to compliment both looks. 

 

I've always wanted euro pillows and cute throw cushions for our bed, but have never had the confidence. The styling tips from the Logan & Mason catalogue helped give me this confidence. I started with the ombré indigo throw, which ties in the duvet cover and wallpaper perfectly. It even collaborates with my light fitting! 

 

Mixing and matching the blue hues of the Kaleidoscope Navy European Pillowcases with the Preston Cadet Square Cushion has worked, thanks to the ombré throw. I didn’t have to be too concerned about them matching.

 

I finished off the look with the sweet round cushion to bring in a little of the grey tone, and added the final personal touches of our favourite photo’s and books. 

 

I couldn’t be happier with the result, and had so much fun working with Logan & Mason’s luxurious products. They really do have a range to suit any taste. I hope you enjoy! 


 

It’s spring and we all love a bit of a spring clean and a re-fresh. Our bedroom is often the last place to get thought of (ahead of the kids rooms!) but it was time to deal to the master bedroom.

 

So many of the quilt covers and duvet sets I came across seemed either too symmetrically patterned, or incredibly bland. And we all know I'm not into white walls and bland decorating.  

 

Once I spotted Logan & Mason’s luxurious Breeze Jade Duvet Cover Set , I couldn’t wait to get started. I love the feel of Logan & Mason bedding. It’s crisp, light and always sits well.

 

We have beautiful Palm Jungle wallpaper in our room and I knew when we did it I would have some trouble matching future linen.. but I love colour, and just can’t help myself. And why not? Styling is personal. It’s about expressing yourself and making YOU happy.  

 

My wallpaper and The Breeze Jade Duvet Set are a match made in heaven. I do also have a classic white cotton waffle linen set for when I’m wanting a cleaner look. With that in mind, I wanted a throw and cushions in darker hues to compliment both looks. 

 

I've always wanted euro pillows and cute throw cushions for our bed, but have never had the confidence. The styling tips from the Logan & Mason catalogue helped give me this confidence. I started with the ombré indigo throw, which ties in the duvet cover and wallpaper perfectly. It even collaborates with my light fitting! 

 

Mixing and matching the blue hues of the Kaleidoscope Navy European Pillowcases with the Preston Cadet Square Cushion has worked, thanks to the ombré throw. I didn’t have to be too concerned about them matching.

 

I finished off the look with the sweet round cushion to bring in a little of the grey tone, and added the final personal touches of our favourite photo’s and books. 

 

I couldn’t be happier with the result, and had so much fun working with Logan & Mason’s luxurious products. They really do have a range to suit any taste. I hope you enjoy! 


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