Clean, Simple Beauty: Duvet Covers from Rough Linen

Clean, Simple Beauty: Duvet Covers from Rough Linen

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Cambria Bold
Mar 15, 2010

We adore linen— the rumpled, easy look and definitive texture. Tricia Rose, the designer behind Rough Linen's line of breezy linen duvet covers and cushions, has always been drawn to natural fabrics like wool, cotton, and linen for their timeless beauty, and this small collection is no exception.

The Orkney duvet collection is defined as "rough natural linen with a homespun feel" and features duvet covers, bed skirts, and shams, finished with crisp white button enclosures (although you can request other buttons as well). The line also includes cushions.

The St. Bart's duvet collection is made with a finer, lighter linen in a variety of colors, like pale blue, burnt orange, and yellow.

What about the wrinkles, you ask? Just part of the charm in our view. Our sheets are always wrinkled when they come out the dryer anyway, so why not just work with that?

Prices for the duvet covers start at $300 for a queen, which is out our price range, unfortunately, but we can and will aspire to this look in our bedroom. See more at Rough Linen.

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