We layer the coverlets and duvet covers over bedskirts and top them with throws at the end of the bed and pile of the pillows.
Paul Joseph Hopper, Interior Designer
But what about the bedspread??
As a little girl, I had a bedspread. I remember one in pink chennile.
I remember my mother teaching me how to arrange the pillows so that when I turned the top of the spread back, the pillows would be perfectly tucked in. There was a lot of running from side to side as I recall.
Could that be why we switched to a comforter or a duvet....because they were easier to make up??
But I'm loving the bedspread.
I've had this one from Horchow in my favorites folder for quite some time.
Pretty in Pink, and loving the tufting and the little hem detail on this one.
Black and white toile is always a classic.
Can't you just feel the crisp Egyptian cotton of these spreads? I love the really tight ruffles, but what takes it over the top for me are the down comforters folded on the ends.
Burnout velvet brings a touch of elegance to this bedspread.
These are also from Horchow. I think they are actually the same spread as the first one in different material. Do you think it's imperative to have monogrammed pillows gracing the bedspread? I think almost every picture I found features a monogram. I guess great minds think alike!
I'm liking the trend back to the bedspead.....how about you?