In 2007, Mei Xu decided to channel her love of international travel and passion for interior design into an array of home, textile, and lifestyle products. The resulting line, Blissliving, offers decorative accents as varied as London-themed table runners, copper wall panels, and Buddha-shaped candles. Xu’s expeditions inspire two new collections a year—and her pieces are linked with a single color story, in order to coordinate perfectly with each other.
Brighten up your master suite with this line of bedding and bath linens inspired by nature and world travel. Choose from bucolic neutrals or bright, breezy prints (or mix both).
Kick your bedroom’s style up a notch with this fresh, whimsical bedding: coverlets, duvets, and throw pillows feature bold prints and fun motifs. Try Blissliving's classic-yet-colorful looks, take a more naturalistic tack with Angela Adams’s Maine-inspired options, or add an abundance of personality with Twinkle Living’s cheeky offerings (like hearts and unicorns).
Mid-century modern design overtook both North America and Europe in the ‘50s, and to this day, it’s still hotly sought-after thanks to the elegance and ease of its minimal, sculptural, organic-inspired lines. It’s also known for its versatility: these pieces work well within modern and contemporary design schemes, but they’ll serve just as well as an artful counterpoint to more traditional and transitional schemes.
When it comes to bedding, fleeting trends can get old fast. Instead, we recommend picking up something you’ll never tire of. Here, we submit some examples: Timelessly classic design, sublime softness, and serene hues make these sheets keepers.