A wonderful way to accent the home is with a beautiful set of bed linens. The heritage of the Southwest is a crucial element of American culture, and an appreciation for the historical riches of this storied region has long been reflected in its art and food. Southwestern bedding is a great way to capture the essence of those expressive art forms and use them in the home.
You can use paintings or prints of lighthouses, sailboats and other typical nautical objects or scenes. Old photos of lighthouses and boats work well. Images can be taken from magazines or books, cut-out and framed to hang on the wall, or arranged in small groups on dressers. Framed sailing maps, such as antique maps that trace the routes of early explorers provide an interesting touch.
Add pillows in cool hues and fancy designs. Light and sound controls are also critical issues but are manageable. To obstruct light, use thick curtains or blinds. To muffle noise, use plush carpets and thick drapes. You may use the same sheeting on your bed as drape to muffle noise. A simple change in the color of the bed sheet and backdrop could bring life to your room. It creates a setting that is soothing enough to calm your nerves and gives you a relax feeling. The bedding patterns and designs have the potential to elicit emotional response from the user. The bedding's creative design could influence emotions and perceptions of the viewer. The communication design process between the viewer and the beddings' design may help children sleep comfortably or an adult to improve sleeping patterns.
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