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White bedroom + white floorboards

White bedroom + white floorboards

White bedroom + white floorboardsIf you are in need of new bed linens, you may find this post useful.

White bedroom + white floorboardsI recently purchased some new bed linens from The White Company and Muji to renew several sets some guests had stained with pizza and wine.
While this was stressful at the time, we got fully refunded so I won’t dwell on the incident but if you need advice on how to file a claim with Airbnb, leave me a comment and I will gladly share my experience with you.

From Muji, I got these soft washed duvets for all the single beds in our home.
Five years ago, I had bought an organic white duvet cover from Muji for Mila’s bedroom and at the time, I wish I had bought more because the cotton had a really nice texture that felt like linen. I don’t think these are organic but they still have a really nice texture to them. has also some nice stonewashed linens. I recently bought this Brisa stonewashed linen bed set in pure white for our home in France but I haven’t unpacked it yet.

For our bedroom and the bedroom in the loft conversion, I ordered the Savoy duvet cover in white (the soft putty is currently 40% OFF).
I had ordered white linens from The White Company before but these ones felt really good quality and bring an elegant look to our bedroom. It was almost like we were sleeping in a nice 5**** hotel with bedding you want to take home because you slept like a baby.
Sleeping in these crisp white linen felt amazing, especially on my birthday when Steve brought me breakfast in bed and I had the luxury of a lie-in without my favourite kid or dog running and jumping onto our bed.

How about you? Have you purchased some bed linen recently that you would recommend?

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  1. Veronica says

    Wow! Amazing! Your ideas are not only beautiful to read, they’re also easy to do. Congratulations from Spain!

  2. barbara says

    Bonjour Karine!
    Je viens de jeter un coup d’oeil au poste sur le ‘loft conversion’ – super! Où as-tu trouvé le blind pour ta baie vitrée? On vient de faire des travaux similaires et il nous faudrait blinds + voile de protection pour la journée (quand le soleil tape en plein dedans l’après-midi, il fait trop chaud!)… baie vitrée de plus de 4 m de large… Merci d’avance pour tous conseils!

  3. tees says

    Hi! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give you a quick shout out and tell you I genuinely enjoy reading your posts. thanks

  4. J’adore voter blog, vos maisons, et voter oeil.

    I’ve bought pure linen bed linens from IKEA, Merci (when in Paris), Restoration Hardware, H&M and West Elm here in Canada. Only ever in white and only one set of grey from H&M (not the worst quality, but rather thin.)

    The Ikea Linblomma linens felt stiff and not very nice at first, but they softened up beautifully and were so well priced that I was disappointed when they were discontinued. I’m curious if you or anyone has bought their new line called Puderviva. Here they are only available in the oddest muddy green and brown shades.

    • Thank you very much for your lovely comment.
      I never bought stonewashed linen from Ikea but I will keep an eye. I’m happy with the one from H&M. I agree with you, it’s thinner but quite soft unlike the linen fitted sheet I had bought from Zara. I haven’t heard about Puderviva yet but I will check this out because I think a muddy green would be quite nice for Winter

  5. Spellcheck had its way with me.

    I tried to write votre blog et votre oeil and it changed it to ‘voter’. (sigh)

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