Updated: 2020-01-19 Views: 116
From the creation of our company in 1967 by visionary， Claudio Alcorso， Sheridan has a rich and celebrated history with artists and creatives. Each season， our iconic art beds carry on this tradition by bringing beautiful art into the bedroom.
Travelling to all corners of the country， our in house artists gather inspiration and experiment with new styles and interpretations. Using techniques from water colour painting to collageboudoir pillow cases， our prints show incredible detail of every brush stroke， texture and fine line drawn. Hand painted in the Sydney Sheridan Studio， this season our art beds have a distinctly abstract and painterly feel.accent pillow case baby burlap baby decoration
Inspired by the lush landscape where the Southern Highlands meets the South Coast of NSW， the Allbury designhas a fresh， feminine feel. Featuring hints of blue gum， a key colour trend for SS17， our artists played with layered textures under hand painted foliage and graphite line drawings. Printed onto 100% cotton sateen， the Allbury creates a visual impact in the bedroom.
The Luno art bed is for the bold minimalist. This abstract， hand painted design plays with proportion by contrasting the large scale face against the small scale geometric print on reverse. This uplifting print is ideal for anyone looking to introduce a hint of colour into their monochromatic bedroom.
Printed onto ultra soft cotton sateen， the Minka designwas inspired by rich foliage found on the South coast of NSW. Crafted using watercolour paints in moody shades of indigo， the grid-like layout has a modern yet traditional feel. It’s a versatile choice for styling in any space.
Featuring vivid brush strokes and a playful composition， the Doorson bed is both dynamic and energetic. This bedding is all about layered colours and quick， directional strokes to create the illusion of texture. Fully reversible， the Doorson can be styled in two ways to suit your mood.
Going green is not just about being eco-conscious, or at least it doesn't have to be. In fact, there are numerous ways to incorporate the colour green into your home's décor to create a lively and inviting space that makes it a pleasure to come home every night. Perhaps the best way to 'go green' is to merge the indoors with the outdoors and a great way to do this is with plants. Plants and flowers signify growth, health and bring beauty into an otherwise bland and lifeless space.
The use of natural materials continues to be the hottest interior design trends, with use of all things natural and emphasis on using materials from sustainable sources, being a real must have this year. Making your own furniture from sawn timber may be taking things a little too far, however it does make you stop and consider where the furnishings we buy actually come from and those who are making a conscious effort to only buy from managed forests for wooden furniture and furnishings, this includes wooden blinds.
Monograms are a classic way to add a personal touch to your textiles, whether it’s home accessories or staples in your wardrobe. Monogramming can also provide a thoughtful, personal touch to gifts. Traditionally, they might be ornate with script fonts and lots of flourishes. It’s time to rethink the monogram! They can also be clean and modern additions to subtly personalize something for yourself or for others.