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Matteo has some gorgeous monochromatic bedding. The mix of textures like linens, knits, crochets, etc. keeps it interesting. It's lush and luxe and so pretty.
Line Duvet Cover
If you haven't already, it's time to switch to summer-weight bedding. I love this lightweight, breezy blanket, as the fresh white color and the fringe remind me of a hammock.
Although technically not considered a houseware, bathrobes can function perfectly well as a towel and clothes. This hooded robe is extremely classy, and I know that your carrara marble bathroom would look even better with this addition.
Linen Terry Robe
These shams take inspiration from Brazilian wedding hammocks, and, in that way, are totally romantic. These pillows could make any uptight bedding loosen up and appear more carefree and effortless.
This duvet cover harkens back to older times with its traditional ticking pattern, while still remaining current and modern with its simplicity. This looks like another duvet that could lure me into lying in bed all day.
Elsa Duvet Cover
Add some texture to a monochromatic sheet set with these shams. Curious about how to make your room feel more like a hotel or a spa? Here is your answer.
Bess Sham Pair
Texture and embroidery can be a beautiful and simple way to add interest to a minimal and monochromatic bedroom. In that way, the details aren't overpowering and create a serene and tranquil bedroom environment.
Scroll Sham Pair