10 Great Finds: Beautiful Linen Bedding
There’s no denying that linen bedding looks really, really great. And so cool and inviting, especially in spring and summer. And you don’t have to worry about it wrinkling, either, because it’s supposed to be wrinkled! Are you convinced yet? If so, check out this list of sources for linen bedding.
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Australian shop Cultiver has a full line of linen bedding, including this duvet cover (in dreamy pink, along with a lot of other colors) that’s $245 for a queen size. Cultiver ships worldwide.
The linen bedding from French shop Secret Maison just looks so delightfully crinkly. Duvet covers start at €225.00.
Belgian linen duvet cover from West Elm, starting at $129.99 for a twin. (Also comes in lots of other colors.)
King/queen linen duvet set in several color options, $129 from H&M.
Soft-washed linen duvet (in seven colors) from Anthropologie, starting at $288 for a full-size.
Vintage-washed Belgian linen duvet cover (in nine colors) from Restoration Hardware, starting at $229 for a twin.
If you’re looking for a little color, Target has a washed linen duvet that comes in an aqua and coral in addition to classic cream and gray. $67.99 for queen-size. They also have a linen-cotton blend set in nine colors.
I think this might have been where my linen obsession began, with this display at French shop Merci. They have a huge selection of linen, in almost any color you can imagine — and they look amazing in just a single color or in a colorblocked mix. Duvet covers start at €149.00.