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Interior Concepts fine bedding
Interior Concepts fine bedding

Joyce Pearl, Interior Concepts

Bountiful fine bedding
Bountiful fine bedding

Jamie Merida, Jamie Merida Interiors

whittington fine bedding
whittington fine bedding

Melanie Whittington, 
Whittington Design Studio

Laura Fox Fine Bedding
Laura Fox Fine Bedding

Laura Fox, 
Laura Fox Interior Design, LLC

Laura Hildebrandt fine bedding
Laura Hildebrandt fine bedding

Laura Hildebrandt, IFDA NKBA, Interiors by LH, LLC

Barbara Hawthorn fine bedding
Barbara Hawthorn fine bedding

Barbara Hawthorn, Barbara Hawthorn Interiors

Purple Cherry fine bedding
Purple Cherry fine bedding

Cathy Purple Cherry, Purple Cherry Architects

Bonnie Ammon fine bedding
Bonnie Ammon fine bedding

Bonnie Ammon, Bonnie Ammon Interiors

Interior matter fine bedding
Interior matter fine bedding

Sarita Simpson and Jason Claire, Interior Matter

Bonnie Ammon bedroom
Bonnie Ammon bedroom

Designer Bonnie Ammon of Bonnie Ammon Interiors took a layered approach in a McLean boudoir, covering the Bernhardt bed with a simple embroidered duvet, accented with Euro shams in Stout linen. The Vanguard bench is covered in a Romo textile; lumbar pillows in textured Schumacher fabric add a final touch.

Slumber Party

Pros reveal their 
favorite linen brands
as well as tips on 
dressing the perfect bed


Mattress heights have increased, so using too many shams can hide a beautiful headboard. I like Signoria bedding, which is luxe with a quiet sophistication. Legacy Home has extensive variety, while Amity Home’s bed coverings are more casual, come in sophisticated textures and are well-priced.
—Joyce Pearl, Interior Concepts


We love doing custom bedding because it’s truly the best way to give clients the luxurious retreat they need and deserve. Matouk is one of our favorite bedding brands; their quality and attention to detail allow for a “less is more” approach that keeps things clean, sophisticated and restful.
—Jamie Merida, Jamie Merida Interiors


Everybody loves softness in their 
bedrooms; we often use coverlets 
combined with a turned-down duvet at the foot of the bed for fullness. The most impact comes from a large lumbar pillow in a beautiful fabric that pulls design elements together.
—Melanie Whittington, 
Whittington Design Studio


I love a bunch of throw pillows, but there’s usually one partner who doesn’t get it. So I try to meet in the middle with one to three throw pillows max.
—Laura Fox, 
Laura Fox Interior Design, LLC


My favorite bedding line is Frette—there is nothing like slipping into bed with crisp, Italian linen sheets.
—Laura Hildebrandt, IFDA NKBA, Interiors by LH, LLC


Barbara Hawthorn, Barbara Hawthorn Interiors


Cathy Purple Cherry, Purple Cherry Architects


Bonnie Ammon, Bonnie Ammon Interiors


Sarita Simpson and Jason Claire, Interior Matter

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