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The capsule collection is the model and actress’ first foray into home interiors and exudes glamour and sophistication. Inspired by her travels, the modern designs will bring an exotic feel to any bedroom. The collection offers a range of three printed bedlinen designs in 100% cotton alongside coordinating accessories featuring bold damask and paisley prints, with embellished and embroidered cushions and soft velvet runners. We caught up with Elizabeth to find out a little bit more…
Q. This is your first foray into interior design. Is it something that you’d like to expand on?
My home is my sanctuary and I am always excited to return to it after my travels. It’s very important to me that it feels easy and relaxed, and using beautiful soft furnishings makes a difference. Bedrooms are so important as we spend a third of lives in bed, but after that I love table linens. I love laying the table for a special lunch or dinner, so maybe I’ll have a go at that next.
Q. Your new bed linen collection is inspired by travel and your global experiences. Where in particular influenced the designs?
I’ve always been obsessed with making my own bedroom as sexy and relaxing as possible, so I jumped at the chance to design some bed linen. My initial three designs were inspired by my love of the exotic. Some of the patterns are taken from marble fretwork I saw in Rajasthan.
Q. What are your top tips for creating a beautiful bedroom with a relaxing, Zen atmosphere?
Women traditionally decorate bedrooms and choose the bedding, and most men I talk to seem to be ok with this! Sleek lines and masculine colours don’t feel sexy to most women, and in my collection people have responded really well to the throws, cushions and other soft touches. Lighting is very important too-harsh overhead light is horrific; it needs to be soft and sensual, but you also need to be able to switch on a good reading lamp.
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