We don’t know whether it’s linear love or the Mad Men effect, but there’s something about a pinstripe that effortlessly pulls together an entire outfit or room.
A pinstripe linen duvet and shams—in pale grey tones—serve as the foundation for this look, and the pattern is echoed in the bolder stripe of the kantha-inspired double boudoir pillow. Annie then balanced these masculine elements with softer details. The white hemstitch sheets (a must for any bedding wardrobe) and elegant linen gauze ruffled shams give a gently girly vibe that doesn’t go over the top. The oversize floral wall panel—made from color photocopies fixed to a piece of MDF—behind the headboard is an easy way to create customized art in a complementary palette. (Removable wallpaper works well, too.) And that adorable light? Another fab (and ridiculously affordable) find from IKEA. We love that it’s functional and provides light for reading, and also mimics the look of an arrangement of branches in a vase.
Laid-back, lived-in style. Here’s how to get it at home:
- Classic Hemstitch White sheets
- Benjamin Moore Half Silver dollar paint
- Crate & Barrel Linea bed
- Chasing Paper Sunburst removable wallpaper
- IKEA Stranne table lamp
- Resist Stripe Grey decorative pillow
- Pinstripe Linen duvet and shams
- Savannah Linen Gauze White shams