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Unrequited Love... with a Duvet


I'm prone to falling head-over-heels for furniture.  I swoon over wallpaper.  And I've been known to lust over a velvet, tufted sofa or two.  I've fallen in love again, lovelies.  This time with a duvet.  And I know throw around the word "love" a lot here on this lovely blog.  But this time, I think it's for realz.  I mean... look at that duvet!  The floral pattern!  The pale robin's egg blue hue.  The pops of pretty pink and goldenrod.  And oh, the woe when I see that this beauty racks up a $290 price tag.  (Thanks for breaking my heart with the nitty gritty pricing details, Real Simple.)  This'll be one of those duvets that lives in the soft corners of my mind, that I think of from time to time when I long for Versailles, pastels, and cups of tea drank by candlelight.  Be still, my heart.  


Yea, I know.  I'm kinda ridiculous.  :)



Comments

20 Going on 80 said…
OMG. NEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDD. SO Perfect. Me want.
jen_nerd said…
I, too, have fallen for that duvet. I can feel your love for it. It IS beautiful. Though, that price is what shoots me away from it.
Anonymous said…
beeeeeeeautiful! And those walls too!
Anonymous said…
I feel your pain :'(
Marian said…
Floral comforters are so pretty. I love the tea set at the end of the bed. so perfect.
Alexandra said…
i just love this bedroom overall!
i always love me a good, beautiful home made quilt that you can find in an obscure little shop to cover my bed :) with some flannel sheets as well!

-alexandra
http://alexisinodak.blogspot.com/
Chrystina said…
I absolutely LOVE this color scheme, and I love how it complements the old wooden flooring :)
cleartrampoline said…
I don't blame you, it's beautiful! I love the colors and the pattern, so lovely! :)

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