If you look at it right, the bedroom is actually your everyday nocturnal retreat. It’s the room where we put our mind to rest and wake it to our daily routine. So in order to make the bedroom your own Walden Pond, bringing an aura of zen to it is quite crucial. We recently checked out the Jaspal Home collection and found a few great options to cosy up your bedroom and bring comfort-filled coolness to your space. Scroll ahead to see our tips, tricks, and list of favourites.

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Arzilo Bed Linen

Black-and-white hues are always a timeless classic. With this Arzilo bed linen crafted from Supima cotton, the sheets bring an immaculate beauty to your space as well as a silky softness to the touch, inducing a calming zen-like effect.

2
Nido bed linen

Want to add vibrant yet versatile charm to your bed? This Nido bed linen made of Supima cotton makes an excellent choice for that. The ocean-blue shade adds fantasy glamour to your bedroom in a way that other dark colours can’t do, without the loud boldness of more colourful hues.

3
Vase

Having a bouquet of blooms at home is now an on-trend thing. But putting flowers in this gold-coated and white-polished vase will surely refresh your room with a floral scent and a glamorous yet minimalist pop.

4
Touching Black Lamp

This black-shade lamp adds a clean and sophisticated dimension to any corner or table you put it on. The no-fuss home piece brings a dark yet dramatic flair to the bedroom which is quietly calming and eye-catching.

5
Duvet Pure White Goose Down

Don’t we all dream of sleeping on a soft, fluffy cloud? Here’s where the fancy comes true. Jaspal Home’s duvet is made from pure white goose down, guaranteeing to give a velvety touch and texture that makes us sleepy heads never want to get up even more. After all, it doesn’t get more ‘zen’ than ‘Zzz…’, right?

 

Check out the Jaspal Home collection online for more, and bring understated style to your room with just a few clicks. 

Kankanit Wichiantanon
Writer, Bangkok
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.