Previously we posted about some helpful tips on how to make your bed a cozy sleep sanctuary (in case you missed it, take a look at our post DKOR’s Top Interior Designers Tips for a Luxurious Bed), this time we wanted to share with you easy steps to make your bed look stylish and enjoyable, steps to dress your bed like a top interior designer.
Start with a fitted sheet over a mattress that has a mattress protector, and then add a freshly pressed flat sheet. If you have a pattern, lay the flat sheet upside down so when you fold it down or climb in you can see the pattern on the sheet. Hotels love to make toe pockets, fold the bottom of the sheet back towards the top of the mattress, and then back down. This way when you get into bed you still feel snug, without feeling stuck.
2. COVERLETS AND COMFORTERS
Putting on a duvet cover can be can be tricky. Lay the duvet cover on the bed inside out, and lay the comforter on top of it. Avoid loose corners by tying the corners to the comforter with the helpful ties or corner loops. With the corners tied, start by turning it right side out by reaching up the inside of the duvet cover and pulling the comforter corners in.
TIP: Make the comforter look tidy and snug by folding the top down to reveal the sheets also folded down. Be sure to tuck corners by folding back the bottom under the sides and tucking under the mattress or in the bed frame. This technique is referred to as hospital corners.
3. FINISHING TOUCHES
Add the finishing touches with decorative pillows and cozy throws to make your bed look cozy and inviting.
Achieve a beautifully made bed every time using these top interior designer’s helpful tips. If you are looking for additional tips for arranging your bed pillows, check out different potential pillows combinations on our Pinterest board “DKOR Tips”.
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