I’m excited to share our master bedroom refresh with you today.
This post was sponsored by Annie Selke as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
We recently bought a new bed for our master bedroom. I was happy with the bed but not our old bedding.
When I was contacted about partnering with Annie Selke, I was thrilled because the timing was perfect (I could complete our bedroom refresh). I love their product and much of this has to do with the fact that Annie Selke is passionate about style, comfort, and quality. I used the Annie Selke (Autumn 2016) catalog for my bedding shopping and was excited with all the options. It took me several days to decide what to order because everything is so beautiful.
I began my bedding makeover with the gorgeous Keaton Linen Natural Shams (which also come in other color options). The linen works perfectly with the bed and the cream details compliment my comforter.
I fell absolutely in love with the Petite Ruffle Ivory Sheet Set. This sheet set is a perfect example of how much details matter in decor. It is so gorgeous.
I combined several different textures to give our bed the perfect little makeover.
The Cotton Twill Blanket in Oatmeal/Ocean provides a nice masculine touch to our feminine sheet set (the blanket has wide stripes which are so fun).
Annie Selke excels at bringing happy home-like with this fun Rajasthan Decorative Pillow.
I have been wanting to tie in the large turquoise mirror on my wall (one of my very first DIY projects), and this pillow does it in beautifully. The pillow also has a fun pattern on the back if I ever feel like switching things up.
Annie Selke aims to be top of mind for home decorating, and if you sign up for their email newsletter, and you will receive 15% off of your first order!
Go create something!
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2 thoughts on “Master Bedroom Refresh”
The Giveaway looks great- too bad it isn’t open to readers outside the USA
Hi Angela, I didn’t realize it was only up to US readers. I’m sorry!