Wednesday, September 2, 2009

A bounty of beautiful bedding!

We spend about a third of our lives in bed, doing whatever it is that we do there, why not enjoy it while enveloped in clouds of the finest in design, color and textures. The choices are seemingly endless.

Leontine Linens goes boldly graphic with their Fretwork Collection, and the monogram adds a very personal touch.

The luxury of combed Egyptian cotton and stunning design combine to perfection in the Flat Iron Ensemble from Yves Delorme.

Anichini takes us to Persia wrapped in the warmth of their Tasmania Collection and Venezia throw.

Truly as close to sleeping in a meadow is the Thicket Saffron from DwellStudio.

Combining textiles and colors from Southeast Asia, John Robshaw's Kahili is wonderfully riotous.

Quatrefoils and vines in slate and sky, yellow and avocado, with a hit of plum, all hand-stitched crewel embroidery on the Medallion Coverlet by Williams Sonoma Home.

Frette always inspires and delights, and Antalya Naturale is no exception with its wild dandelion pattern.

"Life is too short to sleep on low thread-counts sheets" ~ Leah Stussy

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