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As we transition into cooler weather I always recommend changing your linens to freshen the master, the guest room or even a bath.  In this case, lets focus on bed linens (my fav).  As I've said in the past, I need 'L.A." linens anonymous.  I am as crazy as a bed bug (creepy) for shams, sheets and spreads... Not a big shopper in most arenas, but when it comes to bedding I have so little control.

In that vein, and based on a recent visit to Steinmart (they've got some decent home goods goin' on there now) I am now mad about Matelassé (mat-la-SAY.) Per Wikipedia it is a weaving or stitching technique yielding a pattern that appears quilted or padded.  The technique originated in France in the 18th century, which tells us it's a classic.   And looks like this:

We've all seen it, but may or may not have known what to call it other than a quilt (which it is.)  At MyDesignGuide we love this bedding for so many reasons:



1. it lends great texture to the bedroom;
2. it can work with any design style and comes in any color;
3. it's medium weight so works three seasons; and
4. when combined with a comforter or throw will work year around.

Could you curl up here?                       Or here?

Traditional
This quilt has beautiful starfish
 and clam shell detailing,
-perfect for our coastal spaces.
Consider a matelasse quilt in your bedroom (or two!)  And if you need help selecting or decorating that space you can get it simply and affordably right here from MyDesignGuide.

Cheers!

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