Bianca x Flaneur: a modern study of tone-on-tone bedroom look
Written by Bianca Sotelo.
Photographed by Suzanna Scott for Lonny.
Think of each item in your space as an opportunity to bring in a related color. As long as the colors are in related families, they still work! Since my walls had blue undertones, I added an even darker duvet, but one with green undertones. It’s from Flaneur—just pick a Pantone color and they’ll custom-make your bedding to match.
Recently, we found a time to sit with Bianca Sotelo of A Fabulous Challenge to discuss our favorite subjects: sheets, sleep and selecting the best hue. Here’s what she had to say.
What colors are top of mind and why?
I'm loving olive right now. It's such a chic fall color.
Do you consider yourself to be a flaneur? If so, in what way?
Hmmm, I don't know if I'm a wanderer so much as an explorer. I love checking out new things in San Francisco or beautiful places for a hike. I always have my pulse on what's new and happening.
The sheets in Beluga at 1:45 pm in the winter.