Tess Daly shares photo of her gorgeous bedroom range

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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

Tess Daly has taken to Instagram to share a picture of her stunning bedroom range with fans.

The collection, in partnership with Clarke & Clarke, features beautiful interiors, including bedding and accessories for the bedroom. Taking to social media, Tess said: "A clean bedroom can really lift your spirits… it’s the place where we start and end our day so it makes sense that it can affect our mood. Good quality Sleep is so vital for our over all well-being. I don’t know about you but I can’t function on a lack of sleep! Spend some time de-cluttering your space and I bet you will wake up relaxed, starting the day off positive and full of energy."

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Tess detailed that the bedding in this image is her Amber Bedding Set. "I love a crisp white duvet it always feels so fresh and brightens up any room," she said.

The Amber Bedding Set is available as part of Tess' range with Clarke & Clarke. It is available from the retailer's website, Very, Next, JD Williams and Wayfair. We love the fresh, white colour with a stylish, metallic Oxford-style edge.

Also pictured in the stylish bedroom is the 'Love Boudoir Cushion' - which we just adore. Designed in a colourful pink, the golden sequins give it a touch of glamour that will look perfect in any bedroom.

We can't wait to shop the whole range.

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