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Exotic Ikat Designs

The textile technique ikat derives from the Indonesian word mengikat, which means to bind. The ikat technique is used all over the world, notably in Indonesia, the Ivory Coast, Central Asia and Central America. Traditionally in Indo...

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Hoot Hoot! A Parliament of Owls

Possibly the most recognisable nocturnal bird is the majestic owl. Steeped in mythology and folklore, the owl has been revered throughout many civilisations from ancient to more recent times.

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There's an elephant in the room

Looking for a fun and captivating theme for your nursery? Look no further than the adorable big ears and happy demeanour of the elephant - a perfect motif for baby boys and girls. Here is a selection of timeless elephan...

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Tropical Island Living

Of all the latest spring summer collections making their way to the Cottonbox website, one of the biggest trends to emerge this season is tropical island living. Ikat prints from Indonesia, Bali inspired florals, pineapples, palms, hibiscus and flami...

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Easy Geometrics

The geometric trend is being embraced by homewares designers in a big way this season, with lots of new bedding designs freshly released onto the Cottonbox website. Bold and playful geometric patterns are a great choice f...

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Shades of sea and sky

Decorating your bedroom in a restful palette of hues inspired by the ocean and sky is bound to inspire a good nights sleep. It's so easy to create a serene coastal style retreat with a combination of white washed walls, shutters, weathered wood and a...

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Escape to tropical climes with Kas

The new Spring / Summer collection from Kas has just arrived online at Cottonbox. The collection features a vibrant colour palette and painterly tropical inspired motifs that will add a cheerful dose of global traveller style to your bedroom!

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Sheridan celebrates the beauty of Australia's native flora

As winter draws to a close here in my part of the world (Central Victoria), the local Box-Ironbark forest starts to bloom. Wattles, heath, grevillea and native orchids add a welcome splash of colour to grey skies, whilst all around the country Austra...

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Vintage Floral Style

There is something intrinsically appealing about decorating with floral patterns of by-gone eras. From light and blowsy painterly bouquets, through to designs that carefully imitate woven textiles from the early 20th century,  vintage style designs s...

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Bohemian Baby

Are you looking to create a nursery for a baby girl with a hint of vintage bohemian style? The key to this decorating style is to be bold with your choice of prints - team paisleys with polka dots, florals with geometri...

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Safari Style

Pattern trends come and go like the seasons change, but one trend that never seems to go out of style in both fashion and home furnishings is the Safari inspired print. Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel used realistic looking 'big cat' patterns throughout her ...

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Bringing nature into the bedroom

Nature-inspired patterns have been used by mankind since the most primitive of times. Trees, flowers and foliage varying from extremely representational to highly stylised, are by far the most commonly occurring patterns and have been throughout the ...

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Paisley Patterns

The paisley pattern takes its name from the Scottish town of Paisley which was a major centre of production of imitation Indian shawls in the 19th century. The design style can be traced back to twill woven shawls exported to Europe from Kashmir in I...

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Elegant damask designs

If you are looking to create a classic and elegant bedroom with a hint of glamour, a damask patterned quilt cover is an absolute must. The name damask derives from the Syrian capital Damascus - an important centre of the medieval silk trade. Damask ...

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How to stay toasty warm this winter

Flannelette is a wintertime staple for the bedroom, and this flannelette quilt cover from Lux is an easy way to keep warm in style. The Havana bedlinen collection is woven i...

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Vintage floral designs from Actil

New to Cottonbox is this elegant collection of designs from one of Australia's most loved and longstanding bedlinen brands - Actil. Traditional floral patterns are mixed with contemporary stripes to create a range of feminine designs with a romantic...

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Roll up! Roll up!

It's so easy to bring the fun of the fair and a happy carnival atmosphere to a child's bedroom with these colourful circus themed quilt cover sets from Cottonbox. Simply choose your favourite design and drape some co-ordinating bunting around the bed...

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Retro goodness: Orla Kiely

New to Cottonbox is the wonderfully retro patterned bed linen and cushion collections by Irish born, UK based designer Orla Kiely. Orla's signature print - the Stem design, first appeared in 2000 and its simple graphic s...

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