Autumn | Preparing Your Bedroom
My motto has always been, “simple things can make a big impact,” when it comes to making a house a home. Maybe it’s throwing some paint up on the walls. Maybe it’s swapping out the window treatments. Whatever it is… it doesn’t have to be something you spend a ton of money on OR something that is permanent for the next decade.
One thing that I have started to do is to prepare my bedroom for different seasons. Once upon a time, I thought that I had to have one set of bedding and I had to keep it from now until forever. Not so. I love how swapping my bedding out can make our room feel new and ready for the season ahead. Simple changes.
As I transition our room from summer into fall, I want to bring in warmer hues of white/cream to make the space cozy and inviting. The linens get a little heavier to help combat the cooler temperatures and a beeswax candle gets put on my nightstand in place of summer flowers.
I went searching the internet for something to fit what I was looking for and came upon Red Land Cotton. I was smitten with the traditional patterns and home grown textiles. I love a simple stripe and the ticking of the Lawrence quilt was exactly what I was looking for. A bit of a nod to simpler times. Another ‘must’ is that the quilt fully cover my mattress and box springs. Surely enough, it checks off all of the boxes. Now that I have my foundational fall bedding, it’s time to play with the pillows until I find just the right mix of white & cream.
Let me tell you a bit about why I chose Red Land Cotton. There are several reasons, but the main one is they are home grown here in the US. The cotton is grown in Alabama… spun and woven in South Carolina… finished in Georgia… and sewn in Alabama. Isn’t that incredible?! Quality products that will last and look more beautiful with time.
When I reached out to Red Land Cotton, they were so generous to offer all of you a 20% off your entire order coupon. Liz20 will get you 20% off, so go take a peek at all of there goodies!
Do you have a link for that Amazon fireplace?
I don’t, but it sure is a charming little space heater. I’m sure they have similar ones still available.