Interior stylist Colin King collaborates with CULTIVER to unveil a new bedding range – an understated approach to luxury

With a focus on natural, quality materials, these bedding pieces are timeless

traditional bedroom with blue and white striped bedding
(Image credit: CULTIVER, Colin King collection)

Renowned interior stylist Colin King has collaborated with luxury linen brand CULTIVER to unveil a new collection of staple bedding pieces, made up of organic, earthy hues and natural materials.

Perfect for a minimalist approach to bedroom ideas, The Stylist's Collection is the latest best luxury bedding you need to know about to create an understated and laid-back look in this relaxing space. Channeling the stylist's iconic minimal approach to design, the bedding pieces balance style and quality, reflecting the quiet luxury trend

The new collection includes 19 designs spanning bedcovers, cushions, and throws, made from linen for ultimate levels of comfort. If you're looking to refresh your cozy bedroom in time for winter with some new sophisticated pieces, this collection has you covered. 

blue bedroom with dark brown bedding

(Image credit: CULTIVER, Colin King)

'As an admirer of objects, I am drawn not only to how things look, but to their quality and feel, and CULTIVER shares this same deep appreciation for craftsmanship, says Colin King. 'I have spent time not only searching for bed linens within my own home, but also for the homes of many others through my styling practice and felt that what I was looking for was often missing in the market. Through this collection, I have been able to envision my own desired designs and hues, but produced with the celebrated quality that CULTIVER is known for.'

minimal bedroom with oversized white bedding and wooden walls and nightstands

(Image credit: CULTIVER, Colin King collection)

'My vision for this collection was to create something timeless, something versatile, something that could be used in a multitude of ways, in a multitude of homes and bedrooms,' continues Colin. 'I’ve always been drawn to a very simple bed. I think when you retreat to the bedroom, you want it to feel calm, relaxing, soothing. And for me, that doesn’t need a lot of ornamentation.'

Below, we've rounded up some of our favorite pieces from the new collection, which you can shop to elevate your minimalist bedroom.

1. Bedcovers

Made from 100% heavyweight linen, these bedcovers are oversized for a relaxed look and are designed for Queen, King, and California King beds. As a highly breathable fabric, embracing natural linen in your bedding will provide high levels of comfort whilst adding textural interest to the space that looks luxurious. 

2. Cushions

These cushions are simplistic by design and promote a timeless look, with a range of earthy and organic colors that work well across many different design styles. Whether you style these on the bed or in the living room, they are guaranteed to become a staple in your home decor ideas

3. Throws

Adding throws to your bedding is the easiest way to create a layered look. Not only does this look great visually – adding depth by contrasting different colors and textures – but it also adds warmth, perfect for creating the ultimate cozy bed set up in time for winter.

For those who love simple, pared-back design with a focus on quality, this collection will no doubt help with all of your relaxing bedroom ideas. For more information about the collection, and to shop the full range of products, find out more at

Paint & Color Editor

Emily is H&G's Paint & Color Editor, covering all things color across interior design and home decor. She joined the team in the summer of 2023, having studied Fashion Communication at university before working in various creative roles ahead of making the leap into interiors. She lives in Glasgow where she loves admiring the city's architecture, frequenting her favorite coffee spots, and sourcing vintage furniture for her tenement apartment. Emily's interior style is inspired by the simplicity of midcentury design, mixed with more playful modern pieces that inject small (but bold) doses of color.