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Flower Beds


It's springtime and flowers are popping up everywhere---but floral patterns seem to be especially on trend this year.  Everywhere I look I see flowery dresses, blouses, shoes, purses, notebooks, dinnerware and, of course... bedding!  I love floral bedding.  So here's a round-up of some of my favorite options out there right now.













If I could have any of these, I would undoubtedly go with Anthropologie's Laelia Quilt because it's just so goshdarn lovely.  What about you?


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I was just looking at the Laelia quilt last night! I love Anthropologie bedding- it is always so pretty. I really like the Pottery Barn duvet, too.
I have the Laelia quilt! It's beautiful, and I get compliments every time someone sees my dorm room. It does wrinkle, but I dry-cleaned it over winter break and it's good as new.
Leah said…
Love all these inspirations - I've never used florals in my decor but I'm beginning to reconsider! I like the sunbird sheet set! :)

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