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With holiday sales in full swing, it's a great time to look back on the best bedding from 2011. This year, plenty of new, modern looks popped up across our favorite designers, and though some specialty collections may have already sold out in stores, you can still find them hiding around the web. Check out our list and tell us your favorite after the jump.

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DVF Bedding : This year, Diane Von Furstenburg wowed with her collection of insanely charismatic bedding sets, available at her online shop.




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Dwell Studio : Always modern and playful, they continue to unleash out some of the best in modern and graphic designs.




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Marimekko : Having rolled out some new U.S. stores this year and upped their inventory online, the bright and bold prints of this Finnish company are now more widely available.




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Missoni for Target : This year Missoni for Target made a huge splash and their bedding was one of our favorites from the collection. Though no longer in stores, you can currently still purchase on eBay.




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Calvin Klein : Simple and classic.





Twinkle Living : Wenlen Chia's fashion sensibility crosses over into bedding with these bold and whimsical patterns. Bedding is available in 11 patterns and twelve color selections ranging in price from $50 for a pair of pillowcases to $300 for a duvet cover.







Inhabit Living : Inhabit's bedding is splashier than most with a touch of a retro, mid-c modern look.






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Fold Bedding at Wallter Home : They don't do sheets, but I've always liked their heavy wool bedspreads and pillows.




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Amenity Home : Subtle and sunny. Organic and from LA.




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Unison : Inspired by Marimekko in Scandinavia, these Chicago natives have broadened their line beyond bedding in the past two years.




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Jonathan Adler : Hotel gone over the top. Adler's style should make you smile.




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Eileen Fisher for Garnet Hill : Luxurious fabrics for organic modern.




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Matteo : The most luxurious (and spartan) we know.




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Area Home : Classic subtle colors and shapes with rich fabrics.




What do you recommend?






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