Our lifestyles entail many habits, routines and behaviours. Some we are mindful of, while others not so much. It's more often than not that these become stagnated or so repetitive that one sometimes fails to notice that they are no longer as satisfying nor adding momentous worth to our way of living.
This notion also applies to our home. How many objects do we collect that never see the light of day? For the objects out of the “cupboards”, could these simply go to help create a more calming and comforting setting? Should we not be surrounding ourselves with belongings we truly love and undeniably want to live with?
I am an advocate of considered purchases and fearless at decluttering. Less is more in my mind, and that’s why our linen collections are always designed following the same ideology.
I have a few particularly special pieces in my house that will certainly serve as a family heirloom for generations, and a classic white bedding set is one of them. Timeless and unassuming permitting an uncluttered outlook, my linen bedding brings me a sense of poise and repose after those long days. For me, it’s a treasured item here to stay for the foreseeable.