Posted: 19 March 2021


 

We have received an overwhelmingly positive response to the release of our latest shade, Crème. This beautiful new shade reflects the soft, sandy, neutral tones of the Mediterranean. Crème is an effortless, timeless shade designed to compliment both bold and soft tones. It pairs perfectly with so many of our existing shades and adds another classic option to our growing collection. Crème works beautifully with our Earthy Sandalwood, classic Beige Gingham and rustic Sienna. Try it yourself and fall in love with Crème.

 

Crème x Crème

 

Let Crème be the hero of your home-space and create this monotone dream by matching your new Quilt Set & Sheet Set - a true minimalists dream. The soft neutral undertones also make Crème a gorgeous layering base for most shades from our range, scroll on to see how we recommend you style your Crème bedding. 

 

Warm, Caramel Sandalwood

Styled here is our Crème Quilt Cover Set & Sandalwood Flat Sheet & Beige Gingham Pillowcases. 

 

The soft neutral undertones make Crème a gorgeous layering base for most shades from our range. Inspired by our love of tonal shades, our exclusive shade Sandalwood is the perfect blend of soft brown caramel tones with a hint of apricot. Mesmerising on any bed, this colour works effortlessly when paired with our latest neutral Crème. The dusty peach tones of Sandalwood, paired with the sandy, beige tones of Crème creates a beautifully soft & Earthy colour duo. Add a pop of Beige Gingham to create a clean contrast to the tonal dream that is Sandalwood & Crème.

 

Styled here is our Quilt Cover Set in Crème & our Sheet Set in Sienna, with our exclusive Beige Gingham Pillowcases.

 

Our designer released these two exclusive new shades, Sienna & Crème, together, with the intention that they would create the perfect harmony. Both Crème and Sienna are inspired by the deep burnt tones of Mediterranean Sunsets, set against white washed neutral walls, making them the perfect combination. Pair these two shades on your bed, and be transported to the coastline of Spain.