Posts Tagged ‘duvet’

pintuckIt’s a wet, cold, dreary day in Toronto today. It’s the perfect day to dive under the blankets with a good book and to keep a steaming hot cup of tea bedside. West Elm’s organic cotton pin-tuck duvet cover is the perfect attire for a cozy bed. I love this look; the multiple pintucks add such a pretty detail to this simple cotton duvet cover and add a burst of visual interest for the entire room. The cotton is certified organic, grown and processed without the use of herbicides or pesticides. This 230-thread count combed cotton cover will add instant style to any bedroom. Available in three gorgeous neutrals (sea spray, clay and natural), they’re easy to add to your existing decor. And priced from $79USD to $119USD, you might just want to pick up more than one!

Available at: West Elm
Price: $79USD to $119USD


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I love to crawl into a freshly made bed with crisp new sheets, don’t you? And my new favourite linens are these 250 thread count, sateen jersey sheets from Cotton Ginny. Part of the company’s new Eco-ganic line of 100% certified organic cotton products, these sheets feel silky soft against your skin. The flat sheet features extra-deep pockets (15” to be exact), which means it’ll fit nice and snug around your mattress and won’t come off in the middle of the night, leaving you tangled up in a load of linens. And the pillowcases have envelope closures, meaning they’ll stay on nice and snug, too. Reasonably priced, they’re available in white and taupe, nice neutrals to match most any decor.

Available at: Cotton Ginny stores across Canada
Price: $70 (Queen), $90 (King)

Plus, check out our great tips for making up the perfect bed!

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