The best thing about autumn? Of course, we love the leaves changing colour and crisp, sunny walks; getting your favourite jumper out and the perfect excuse to mainline hot chocolate. But for us, creating the ultimate cosy haven of a bedroom has to be up there as one of our top seasonal changes. So, when we saw the new Karen Millen bedding collection, we were ready to dive right in.
The range channels all the unfussy and classic aesthetic of Karen Millen's signature style. Coordinating cushions and accent throws bring it all together. The effortlessly chic looks are created with timeless designs such as pin tuck, monochrome florals and smart navy stripes with a yellow pop.
The sketched, trailing design is set off by the smart border, adding a crisp and contemporary edge to botanical style. Layering on texture with the plush velvet cushions and throw, in rich emerald green, brings a cosseting warmth to the monochrome scheme.
And if you thought leopard print wasn’t your thing, the tonal take on the trend might just change your mind. The subtle jacquard print will easily slip into a grey painted bedroom – giving off-catwalk cool vibes rather than Scary Spice gaudiness.
The sleek and sexy snake print looks amazing with chic marble and brass accents, add a cosy element for winter with a faux fur throw.
If you're craving some colour, this midnight and turmeric combo is a bold but classic combination, echoing smart, lined tailoring with piped detailing on the pillowcases and subtle sheen on the accent cushions.
Which look reflects your signature style?
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