Here’s our humble queen bed, with the Sutter duvet and shams in white on it. I feel like its so simple and understated, but the ruching somehow lends a sense of opulence too. The ruching is done with elastic, which I sense will be sturdy and will hold up well. And right out of the box this thing had like zero wrinkles — another auspicious sign!
For a little bonus, it all came in the mail packaged with a little lavender sachet. I’m a sucker for details.
Originally, I was cooing about Crane & Canopy’s signature collection, which includes two-tone pieces that offer the look of a duvet cover with perfectly folded flat sheet underneath, so it’s easy and fast to make the bed in a way that looks very tidy. They also have a more logical placement of the closure toward the middle of the bed, instead of at the end, making it easy to take on and off. Plus it’s a zipper for a neater look than buttons. But in the end, the Sutter had me hooked.
What do you think?