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Clarissa Hulse bed linen

February 3, 2016

Colour, colour and more colour everyone says these days. With neutral interiors out of favour with the trend setters (whoever they are?) we are always told these days we have to have lots of colour on our walls and in our interior. But what if you don’t want to go with dark blue walls, and the thought of painting your room in a bright bold colour scares you – well that is where colourful accessories come in.

Clarissa Hulse

The latest bed linen collection just launched from Clarissa Hulse will certainly help you to add the colour quota to your bedroom. The Clover Stripe design features hydrangea and clover detailing on a base of strong blues with hints of sulphur. If you are feeling braver with your choice the Watercolour Patchwork range adds a multitude of colours to your room. Featuring the details of Greek muscari and English grass motifs and a patchwork of tangerine, kingfisher and magenta this would certainly wake you up with a smile.

Clarissa Hulse

If you want to take a more subtle route with your bed linen, take a look at the Boston Ivy range. Shown below in the Sulphur colourway it adds pattern, and a small amount of colour, to your interior. As we struggle through the cold winter months I love the colours in this range and it makes me think that the summer sunshine will soon be here.

Clarissa Hulse

You can find the extensive range of bed linen and many other products on the Clarissa Hulse website. Alternatively if you are in North London pop along to their shop in Islington – it’s great to know the fabrics are designed and screen printed onsite.

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