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We love this write up from AD Magazine, Russia. It highlights the wonderful elements of beautiful British interior design and offers a 'how to' in achieving the classic British bedroom look.

"Textile is of great importance in British bedrooms: it is used to decorate the space, adding coziness to it. The British love multi-layered compositions, but at the same time they are wary of deliberate negligence, typical, for example, of such a style as boho chic. When choosing textiles, make sure that it is in harmony with the general color scheme of the room and do not forget about one more important rule: it is better to use only fabrics made from natural materials in the bedroom. They look noble and allow not to reduce the cost of the overall look of the interior.

Bed linens, including those made from organic materials, can be ordered from Heirlooms Linens, a small, family-owned company that produces exclusively bespoke textiles (especially for high profile clients). The fabrics for the brand are created by Italian weavers, after which British craftsmen at the production in West Sussex turn them into real masterpieces: each pillowcase, decorated with airy lace, delicate pattern or jacquard pattern, becomes a real heirloom that can be passed on from generation to generation. With years of experience and craftsmanship in bespoke textiles for the British royal family, the company has been awarded the title of Official Supplier to the Royal Household by Her Majesty The Queen and His Highness The Prince of Wales."

You can read the full publication, here.

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