Places We Live: @sarahlouhood
Date Posted:6 August 2020
Be inspired by Sarah's Scandanavian meets Mid Century style | @sarahlouhood
We're excited to introduce you to an ongoing series where we visit the beautiful homes of our I Love Linen community and show you how they style our French linen bedding.
Meet Sarah and step inside her McCrae home on the Mornington Peninsula. Sarah describes her interior style as Scandanavian meets Mid Century with a bit of globe trotter pizazz peppered throughout. See how Sarah has styled our classic Marine Blue Stripe French linen in her home.
LIVING | Earthy & Textural
Sarah pictured above wears the — Poppy Set in Beige Gingham
"I love collecting home decor from all over the world. It doesn’t have to be from one place, but I keep colour tones, Earthy so each piece can compliment each other and creates a real zen feeling when you walk throughout the home."
MASTER BEDROOM | A Pop of Blue
Sarah styles her bed with the Marine Blue Stripe Quilt Cover Set, Sandalwood Fitted Sheet & White Pillowcases.
"I love changing up my bed linen in an array of earthy tones like the home, but my favourite colour is actually blue. It’s the perfect colour to pop against all the neutral tones in my room. And the stripe cover from I Love Linen is my favourite."
"My favourite nook in the home is actually my bedroom. It’s my little sanctuary, where I can slink away from the kids for a quick min. Read a book and have a coffee. There’s beautiful light that filters in and the space is really bright and inviting."
GIVING BACK | The Mito Foundation
Our aim is to inspire our community with our designs & styling, in addition to using our ever-growing platform to give back. Each time we feature our lovely customers in Places We Live, we will also shine a light on a charitable cause that is close to their heart. In turn, we make a donation on their behalf from orders placed for a specified time from when their feature is released.
Sarah has chosen a brilliant organisation which supports people affected by mitochondrial disease. Currently there is no known cure but treatments can alleviate symptoms and donations go towards research, advocacy, and supporting patients.
More on our Giving Back initiative here.