isleta duvet

by Grace Bonney

There is an insane amount of awesome geometric stuff happening at Anthropologie right now. Much like ombre, I can’t get enough of simple geometric shapes and patterned. Used all together it looks like a train wreck, but used sparingly throughout a home it feels modern and architectural. This Isleta Duvet is a great example. So many of the geometric patterns in the market right now fall flat because they’re cheaply printed, but this piece is made of high-quality linen and all of the arrow and stripe patterns are actually raised embroidery. Details like that go a long way, for me, towards keeping a piece past the height of its “trend” and making it something I’ll use for years to come. Click here to check out this bedding (duvet, shams and bedskirt) online and stay tuned for more geometrics this afternoon… xo, grace

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