Patterned sheets, colourful duvet covers and textured quilts: in the world of homewares, these are a few of our favourite things.
A new set of sheets is one of the simplest, yet most effective changes you can make to your bedroom. A brightly patterned duvet cover can add colour to an otherwise plain room, and crisp white linens are the quickest way to make your bedroom feel like a five-star hotel.
The best thing about this trick is that it's available to everyone - home owners and renters alike - and requires zero DIY skills (apart from the bit where you have to get the duvet inside the duvet cover, which we'll admit is the worst.)
Right now, interior shops are bursting with beautiful bedlinens. Don't stop at one set — the mix and match look is big news right now.
For inspiration, we've rounded-up the best buys to perk up your bedroom. Browse the gallery below to shop the look.
Orla Kiely at Next
Bold patterns work well with the mid-century and Scandinavian furniture trends of recent years. Orla Kiely's classic stem print is the perfect example of clean lines and floral without the chintz.
Orla Kiely Scribble Soft Lemon sheets (from £28, next.co.uk)
White sheets don't have to be boring - layer plain sheets with colourful or textured blankets and cushions for an instant dose of hotel-chic.
Lilian duvet cover and pillowcases (from £40, christy-towels.com)
Linen sheets are everywhere at the moment. We like this two-tone set from Zara, which have a relaxed, boho vibe.
Two-tone linen sheets (from £29.99, zara.com)
The Jay St. Block Print Company
For two looks in one, this set of sheets from The Jay St. Block Print Company has a striking chevron-style pattern on one side and a contrasting tiny dot repeat on the reverse.
Ashland Bedding, Salmon (from £39, johnlewis.com)
For a contempory twist on white sheets, look for duvet covers with subtle detailing. This striped set is the perfect buy for aspiring minimalists.
Cotton & Co Redmond Bedding Set (from £30, bhs.co.uk)
The bold and colourful designs of Brooklyn brand Dusen Dusen are so popular, they have a waiting list. We can see why.
Cutouts duvet set (from £90, dusendusen.com)
IKEA has done it again with this abstract set of sheets - a fun way to add colour to an otherwise plain room.
Doftklint duvet cover and pillowcases (double from £19, ikea.com)
While polka dots are always classic, things get much more 2016 when you add tiny triangles into the mix.
Digna Printed Bedlinen (double from £35, laredoute.co.uk)
Quilts don't have to be dowdy. The sherbet hues of this one are perfect for summer, and the block colour design taps into geometric trends, too.
Mariposa Butterfly Quilt (£125, urbanoutfitters.com)
Mixing dark and light bedlinens is a trick that's often used by interiors stylists. Play with patterns and scale to really nail the professional look.
Duvet cover set (from £24.99, hm.com)
For the Orla Kiely look on a budget, head to Habitat. This floral set mimics the 60s-influenced designs, at a much lower price.
Sakura duvet cover set (from £25, habitat.co.uk)
People with blue bedrooms tend to sleep the longest, so this navy-toned bedding set from Clarissa Hulse might even leave you feeling more refreshed in the morning.
Boston Ivy Bedding (from £15, clarissahulse.com)
Anthropologie is our favourite destination for luxurious bedlinen. The tropical-inspired blooms on this set are perfect for summer.
Aprile duvet (from £148, anthropologie.com)
Bedlinens with an interesting weave are worth seeking out. This design is crafted on a jacquard loom, resulting in a unique texture and pattern.
Ladder stripe jacquard duvet cover (from £94.95, westelm.com)
Aussie-brand Castle's fun and quirky bedlinens have gained quite a following for their relaxed mix and match style. Who doesn't want a polka dot duvet cover and banana pillowcases?
Bedlinen collection (from £25, castleandthings.com.au)