Since the launch of her eponymous line in 2014, textile designer Rebecca Atwood has continuously wooed me with her collections of pillows, fabric and wallpaper. Remember those roman shades I made using her gorgeous marbled fabric? Rebecca’s experimental printing and dyeing techniques, in combination with her use of painterly color palettes and unique textures, make mixing and matching textiles at home effortless. It only makes sense that her recent foray into bedding would be the next obvious move. And oh man, is it good. Duvet covers, quilted coverlets, embroidered pillowcases and fringed throws, in the softest blue, grey and blush-orange hues, are grouped into collections named after elements of nature. I had so much fun styling my personal favorites together – some of which include a hefty, oversized headboard pillow, a pair of playful linen pillowcases, and a reversible striped coverlet for those extra cozy nights. Dreamy!

(Rebecca Atwood bedding available here; photography by Andrea Posadas)