How to Style Our Newest Shade, Rosa

Since launching our runaway sellout shade Desert Rose in 2017, we’ve had a love affair with deep and earthy pinks, and in 2024 our coveted French linen range continues to evolve. Be swept up into the romance of Rosa, inspired by the beautiful and different ways you can style this elegant and grown up shade. We’re excited to share three aesthetic looks you can try for yourself.

Rosa, Jade and Charcoal Gingham | Country Luxe

This look was an experiment in colour and we are delighted to say it absolutely works. Our vision was to play into Rosa’s potential for depth, by aligning it to the deep and rich tones of our exclusive shade Jade. The inspiration behind this look was having a much needed escape to a wonderfully aesthetic cottage for a weekender, rich in quirky styling and vintage finds. You can achieve this look by layering our Rosa Sheet Set with our Jade Quilt Cover, and add a final twist with the unexpected delightful surprise of Charcoal Gingham Pillowcases to create this beautiful bedroom look.

To complete your bedroom look, we suggest being bold and playing into the depth of Charcoal Gingham and Jade. We absolutely adore the wavy side table from our friends at Chelon Design, as it truly brings the look together. A soft underfoot rug in a neutral colour is the perfect base, and to accessorise, incorporate art that has a moody look and feel, we loved playing with a floral print. Finally a fresh flower or two and a small decorative ceramic bowl on top of some of our favourite art and design books never goes astray. Don’t you want to just jump right in?

“I feel transported away to a beautiful charming getaway in a secluded county cottage, spending the days slowly cooking, reading and walking. All in all it creates a sense of being cocooned and cosy and I absolutely love it”

- Lauren, Founder

Rosa, Clay and Creme | High Femme

Our whole team fell head over heels with this look from the moment it was styled. We know that pinks are not for everyone but we’re pretty convinced that even the most ardent critic can see what an inviting space the careful coordination of colours creates in this bedroom look. We love this look - we let our Rosa Sheet Set play supporting actor to the delightfully soft and serene Clay Quilt Cover. Raise the serene stakes even higher with a gorgeous set of Creme Pillowcases which acts as the perfect way to tie these two shades of pink together. Trust us, you will be swooning too with this look in your bedroom.

From a styling perspective, it’s an aesthetically rich design scheme to work with. We really leaned into the femme energy of this look using hints of pink and terracotta to really draw the whole concept together. We loved styling with a side table from our friends at Fleur Studios, a McMullin & Co linen bedhead (a collab design with I Love Linen!) and a stunning lamp from Paola and Joy. The final touches include beautiful florals and neutral artwork that ties into the soft and neutral rug underfoot.

“I would suggest this exact look if you love pink, and you want your bedroom to be a celebration of femininity and pure cosiness. It still has a lovely neutral feel and a hint of whimsy”

- Lauren, Founder

Rosa and White | Elevated Aesthetic 

As much as we adore colour, we know that time and time again our community loves our fresh white signature French Linen. So for this final look we wanted to showcase how you can make Rosa the hero of the story, offsetting it with crisp contrasting linen options and link the two shades together with bolder styling details. Create this moorish look by pairing our Rosa Quilt Cover Set with the soft and subtle tones of our White Linen Sheet Set. We opted to make the bed extra cosy by incorporating a pair of Rosa European pillowcases that beautifully elevate this design.

This look is seriously chic, and we’d suggest opting for really striking styling decor in deep burgundy. We adore this marble side table again from our friends at Fleur Studios, which effortlessly links the florals and geometric art print in the overall scheme. The overall effect is a design that feels curated and luxe, perhaps like you’re staying in a boutique inner city hotel.