As you strive to create a timeless bedroom where you feel right at home， it’；s essential to get your bed in order. The bed is the center of the room， and it should be adorned as such. When you create the perfect bed， your bedroom becomes much more comfortable and inviting. While the ideal bed is unique to each person， there are some elements that you can add to form the baseline of perfection. As you design the resting place of your dreamscanvas throw pillow covers， consider the following elements.
Sheets With A High Thread Countaccent pillow case baby canvas
Sheets need to be soft and comfortable. Thread count is the most important determinate of a sheet’；s comfort. Thread count is basically the number of threads woven into one square inch of fabric， both horizontally (weft) and vertically (warp). Sheets with higher thread count will have more weft threads. High thread count sheets are certainly worth the investment.
By selecting a beautiful array of decorative pillows， you can add charming touches to even the simplest beds. A variety of boudoir pillow covers can allow you to match your pillows to your decor as you see fit. When you set these pillows up each morning， your bedroom will look more complete.
A bed should be a comfortable nest of softness， and this all starts with finding the right blankets. With a full comforter and some decorative throw blankets and coverlets， you can make your bed much more snuggle-worthy.
A Pretty Nightstand
It’；s not just what’；s on your bed that makes a difference； the objects next to your bed also matter. Place a linen tissue box cover， a candle， some flowers， and other small elements on your nightstand to make it feel like your own.
No cozy bed is complete without a perfect pair of your favorite cotton pajamas or nightgown. When you slip into our sleepwear， you will be ready to nod off in no time. And when you wake up to your alarm in the morning， you will feel refreshed from enjoying such a cozy， comfortable night’s sleep.
The perfect bed can make your room into a beautiful haven of rest. By purchasing each item carefully， you can curate your ideal place of rest. And then you can look forward to bedtime more than ever before.
Enjoy shopping our collection for your home or give one of these items to a friend for a gift on Valentine’s Day.
Welcome to our?125 years celebration of the BERNINA company! We’re celebrating by bringing you lots of inspiration and today we’re focusing on?easy embellishments for sewing projects! You can use any of these techniques to add a few simple stitches to your project, add fun or elegant trims, create interest with appliqué, or even add a classic or modern monogram for a personal touch.?As a bonus we’re giving you the chance to win a bit of BERNINA gold, scroll to the bottom of the post to find our anniversary giveaway!
If you are like me you sew and make your own cloth related projects and items, you cut fabric, you embroider and you do all manner of fabric and thread related works, then you'd agree with me that we have a lot of tools and materials and we keep getting more and more. The thing then is that we need to keep track of them and not all over the place, yet keep them handy so that they are within arm's reach. Some of you may have the luxury of an extra room for studio space and racks and drawers to proudly display your materials, your spools of thread. As fellow craftsmen of any specialty, whether you are a knitter, an embroiderer, leather craft man, carpenter, designer, engineer of any kind, I think we can all agree that that our commonality is the love and pride that we have for our tools, materials, equipment and work space. I love my tools and I love getting new stuff. Consequently, I also love organizing them and taking stock of them. However, I have only one room for studio and bed and a full wall dedicated to bookshelves. So I would require careful consideration for optimal space usage.
Today is my stop on the ?Quick Column Quilts?book blog hop, and I’m going to share with you a project that I made from the book. ? I’ve been crazy busy running around for the last 6 weeks or so, and it was nice to just sit down and sew something for fun.