12 Places to Find Great Bedding

While there are technically a few more weeks of summer left, I’m already starting to prep for cooler weather. One of my favorite autumn rituals is making my bed as cozy as possible. Super soft sheets, a thin blanket, and my favorite down comforter all come into play as the summer quilt is retired for yet another year. If you’re looking to replace some of your bedding or just up your nesting game, check out these twelve shops that offer some of the best. (Bonus: Several are having bedding sales, so act fast!)

 

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Oxford Pennant

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I’m the proud owner of a custom Oxford Pennant featuring the name of my hometown, and I couldn’t resist sharing these guys with you any longer. They manufacture vintage style pennants and flags inspired by American sports traditions, each one made in the USA with natural wool and cotton. Choose from a selection of featured cities and states, inspirational phrases, and championship banners.

 

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Let’s Talk Entryways

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HGTV

The entryway to your home is the handshake, the how-do-you-do, nice-to-meet-you extended toward guests. You want it to be both aesthetically pleasing as well as functional – aplace to drop keys, hang coats, and wipe feet. And when done right it can feel like its very own room, despite the size.

 

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Old Brand New

 

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Leroy Merlin

 

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Wit & Delight

 

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via Marie Claire Maison

 

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House of Jade

 

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via Domino

 

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Style and Create

 

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dét Dia

 

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Living with Pattern

Rebecca Atwood-Design Crush

 

Rebecca Atwood may very well be my favorite textile maker, and I’ve been waiting for her book – Living with Pattern – since she first uttered word of its impending arrival. Pattern is one of the most prominent presences in any room, but it can also be one of the most challenging to introduce. Rebecca shares just how to mix and layer prints throughout your space using things you might already own and talks about some areas you may not have thought to add it to (remember my fireplace using her wallpaper?). Pick up a copy for brilliant ideas and beautiful photography.

 

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Wayne White X Fishs Eddy Serving Trays

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Fishs Eddy always pulls together some fantastic collaborations that capitalize on both parties and their notable combined expertise. This time they’ve teamed up with Wayne White to create a series of nine fiberglass serving trays featuring some of his distinctive text-based paintings. Any one of them would make a great addition to any art lovers home.

 

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Happy Weekend

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1/ Cheryl Sorg
2/ All Things Coffee
3/ Daniel Taylor
4/ Marc Figueras
5/ Mix&Match
6/ All Patched Up
7/ Rice Krispie Treats 12 Ways
8/ Tom Blachford’s Midnight Modern
9/ Alessandro Calabrese’s A Failed Entertainment

 

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1/ Russian family poses for sweet and surreal photos with a real bear in the woods.
2/ Exploding paint cans in slow motion.
3/ Camera traps capture striking photos of African animals at night.
4/ The crazy things you can use as tiles.
5/ Mesmerizing acrylic and resin swirl table brings the universe to the dining room.
6/ Technicolor rainbow tape floor installations by Jim Lambie.
7/ The Moment, a short animation that will punch you in the gut with emotions.
8/ A stunning house that can change colors like a mood ring.
9/ An antique piano cut in half, connected only by a wishbone.

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MIX&MATCH

MIX&MATCH-1-Design Crush

 

Sophisticated yet fun, the Mix&Match collection is a collaboration between GAN and ceramic artist Flavia Del Pra. Each of the nine designs of hand-crafted ceramic sit on a copper-plated aluminum base. Serve drinks for cocktail hour, enjoy breakfast in bed, or use one for any other number of purposes – even just to bring a little pattern into a room.

 

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All Things Coffee

Maybe you’ve noticed the days getting shorter, or your kiddos are headed back to the classroom, or you just really love the stuff *raises hand*. It doesn’t feel like a day has truly begun until I’ve had a big mug of coffee. During the week I’m usually in a rush to get started working so I stick to standard drip in my Cuisinart, but when I have more time on the weekend to make coffee a ritual I opt for my french press or Chemex. I’m curious – how do you make yours?

 

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1/ Bamboo French Press Coffee Maker   2/ Emma Coffee Vacuum Jug   3/ H.A.N.D. Coffee Carafe Set   4/ Hario Nel Drip Set   5/ Pour-Over Kettle   6/ H.A.N.D. Stainless Steel Kettle   7/ Theo Coffee Maker   8/ Takeya Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker   9/ Stagg Pour-Over Kettle

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Let’s Talk Stairs

Art and Chic-Design Crush
Art and Chic

Let’s call staircases what they really are: a functional sculpture. If you live in a multistory home you’re lucky enough to have your very own. And while you might be thinking my staircase is definitely not a piece of art, there are plenty of ways to turn that on its head. Grab a can of paint – the most budget-friendly way to change most parts of your space – or lay down a rug for starters. Check out these ten traditional and modern flights for a dose of inspiration.

 

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sfgirlbybay

 

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Home Adore

 

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Kelly Sauer

 

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Home Adore

 

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ishka designs

 

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Home Adore

 

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Cabbages & Roses

 

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