As much as I love our old duvet cover from Williams Sonoma Home, it's quite worn and has begun ripping all over the place every time we pull it up. I have stitched it up several times in hopes of salvaging it, but it became clear to me as it tore again when I was making the bed this morning that it is beyond repair. I am sad to say goodbye to it, because it's been warming up our bed for the last 5 years. There have been lots of good things that have happened under its comfy cover - two beautiful babies were made, lots of snuggles with our kids and dogs, many memorable conversations between Michael and me, not to mention some really good zzzzz's. As someone who likes to switch things up from a design standpoint quite frequently, it surprised me that I never grew tired of its simple, neutral color palette which was made all the more interesting by its subtle Ikat print.
But alas, since its first tear about a year ago I've been slowly searching for something to replace it - knowing that eventually this day would come and that I wanted something similar. But all my searches to-date had turned up empty handed. I was beginning to consider having a duvet custom made because then my options would be endless - there's about 5 fabrics here alone that I could envision using! Then... the clouds parted when I found this absolutely perfect Batavia Citrine bedding from DwellStudio.
Isn't it gorgeous?! It's similar enough to my old bedding that it will work with the design scheme of my master bedroom, yet it's different enough that I feel like I'm getting something fresh and new. Just what we need this spring!