03/07/2014
Rachel Castle wants to make your bedroom that little bit better.

Words by

Tabatha Turner

Everyone loves a spare-of-the-moment bedroom revamp, whether swapping bed locations, buying new sheets, or graffiti-ing a wall...(no? just me?) getting all down and feng shui is both refreshing and fun. Rachel Castle has created a brand of accessible artwork, beautiful bed linens and groovy garlands ready to redecorate the radest of rooms.

Castle's eclectic and youthful designs sees quirky typographic artworks made of felt, peace-sign prints, pom pom cushions, and geometric bed linen all stocked in various boutiques in New South Wales, Victoria, and New Zealand. However, with the creative sprit of this young designer, the collection grows everyday. 

www.castleandthings.com.au 

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