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See Part II: Pillows & Duvet
View From The Beginning
For added flair and volume, fold the light quilt in half towards the foot of the bed, then fold over a third of the quilt to reveal the duvet cover underneath.
Step 3: The Finishing Touch
Introduce your personal style with a simple arrangement of pillows. For a classic look, place two euro shams that match the light quilt against the headboard, then shams in front. For a modern feel, lightly stack shams before adding decorative pillows.
Step 2: Pillows Upon Pillows
For an inviting feel, pull the top sheet to the head of the mattress, place the duvet on top and fold the sheet down approximately 24 inches over the duvet.
Step 1: Creating Layers
Styling Your Bed
The finishing touches for an elegant presentation.
SEE PART I: IRONING
See Part III: Styling Your Bed
For an easy and even fill, pinch the pillow lengthwise in half forming a bow-tie shape. Guide the short end into the case and release the
pillow once inside.
Step 3: Pillow Talk
Secure the top two corners of the duvet and guide them into the top corners of the duvet cover. Take hold of the now-stuffed duvet cover corners and shake the cover over the duvet. Close buttons.
Step 2: The Right Grip
To determine the correct orientation of your duvet, count the quilted squares along the edge. A queen duvet is a perfect square and a king duvet is seven squares across and six squares down.
Step 1: Nice and Even
Pillows & Duvet
Tricks of the trade that reduce time and effort.
To maximize time, fold the sheet in half to iron both sides at once, pressing close to but not over the fold. Then unfold over the ironing board and press out the middle crease.
Step 3: Cheat Sheet
Place the ironing board next to the bed so one end of the sheet can drape on the bed as if it is an extension of the board for smoother movement.
Step 2: Get in Position
After laundering your linens, dry until slightly
damp or have a filtered water spritzer available. Fabric when slightly damp takes to ironing more readily than when dry.
Step 1: Freshen Up
See Part II: Pillows & Duvets
The difference between messy and polished.
Our secrets of the trade uncovered - follow
our three-part instructional series below to achieve the polished look perfected by luxury hotels
around the world.
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