It started with the latest issue of Adore Home magazine. As soon as I saw the image above, I was inspired to dig out my own Moroccan-patterned bedding. Both of these duvets came from the now defunct Brocade Home.
All I wanted were the pillow shams in purple, but they were sold out. Somehow after two trips to their old store in the Limelight, I would up with a purple duvet cover in full/queen and an orange ("butternut") duvet and shams in twin. Still can't figure out whether to keep them or sell them.
And then I was on eBay and discovered a short-lived IKEA line that passed me by last year: Natvide. Eastern-inspired and sold the heck out. But it features this shape that I'm obsessed with. The black seemed kind of heavy for my place, but it was worth the risk:
I was right! When it showed up the duvet cover looked like a real winner, blending right in with my other bedding.
|seems busy at first, but pattern is large and the colors are so sweet they lift up the black|
And, even better, this goes great with the Moroccan duvets. What to keep? What to get rid of? What to do?!
That butternut seems dull but it blends surprisingly well with brighter colors. Oh, what to do?