new: dwellstudio bedding

by Grace Bonney

As much as I loved making and sleeping under my Otomi-upholstered headboard for years, I’m ready to let it go. I miss having something more neutral that lets me use colorful and/or patterned sheets more often. All that pattern on the headboard meant that florals, stripes and other patterned bedding felt too busy. But thankfully I’m switching out the headboard and making room for some new patterns in my life. At the top of my list are these pretty new designs from DwellStudio, making their debut at the gift fair this weekend. Not only is Dwell debuting new duvet sets (Deco, Magnus, Scallop and Graphic Stripe are all $280 for a F/Q) but they’re launching some colorful new pillows ($72 each) with deco borders and- my favorite- zebras and lions. I’m hoping I can swing by the show and check them out in person, but they’ll be online and ready for sale in March. Until then I’ve chosen some of my favorites above and below- thanks to Molly for the peek! xo, grace

More images from the new collection after the jump…

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