Update your bedroom’s focal point with an easy duvet cover change. That's one way to to change the look of your bedroom easily and inexpensively.

Money saving tips to change the look of your bedroom

For anyone who’s decided to take their bedding game to the next level, you can do it easily and affordably with just a few quick tips

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Money saving tips to change the look of your bedroom

For anyone who’s decided to take their bedding game to the next level, you can do it easily and affordably with just a few quick tips. QE Home | Quilts Etc can help make it happen with their expert guidance and quality product to suit your decorative and comfort needs without breaking the bank.

Tips to change the look of your bedroom easily and inexpensively:

•    Update your bedroom’s focal point with an easy duvet cover change. This simple switch can freshen up the room from season to season, with brighter bedding colours for spring/summer and warm colours for fall/winter

•    Go for a reversible duvet cover. This technique will allow you to quickly and easily change up the look of the bedroom from time-to-time, all within the same colour palette.

•    Add a pop of colour to your bedding with a new sheet colour. Your bedding can go from fun and bright to warm and romantic in just a few minutes.

•    Layer in texture and color with a quilt or coverlet. You can also use the coverlet singly during the warm summer months and have it for extra warmth in the cooler months.

•    Change your cushion cover to give your bed a whole new look in an instant. Try harmonious colours, patterns, and textures accents for a softer bedroom design look, while complementary, contrasting colours, patterns and textures will yield a bolder look.

•    Invest in a good quality duvet because it will last a long time, especially when you use it in combination with a duvet cover to protect it. Duvet covers are machine washable and quick to dry, which is particularly important for allergy sufferers. This is in contrast to a comforter, which does not wash well and may last for only a couple of years before it becomes tattered.

QE Home | Quilts Etc recently celebrated its grand opening in Chilliwack at Cottonwood Mall. With seventy stores across Canada, the premier fashion bedding specialty retailer is backed by over twenty years of experience and employs trained professionals to help you get the bedding of your dreams. For product information, visit qehomelinens.com, and for more tips check out blog.qehomelinens.com

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