DIANE von FURSTENBERG “Floral Batik” Bedding

y idea of a pleasant bedding is to have cotton bed sheets with a nice colour and nice looking prints on, preferably floral or funny ones. This way I can have a nice image in front of my eyes before I falling asleep and having sweet dreams. So I found this wonderful offer on the Internet, from Bloomingdale’s: a nice set of Floral Batik beeding by DIANE von FURSTENBERG. The set sells in parts or entirely and shows a sweet print of large flowers in purple and light blue, with white dots. It includes: a duvet cover, a full flat sheet, a full fitted sheet, a pair of standard pillow cases, an euro sham, a standard sham, a “Batik Beaded” decorative pillow and a Twig decorative pillow.

The texture of the fabric is soft and pleasant to touch and the big floral prints make the bedding really cute. All the feature make the set very comfortable to sleep in. It is merry and colourful and you can choose only parts of it if you want to and think that the whole floral set is too much for your bedroom.



Published by in Bedding, on February 12th, 2011

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