First of all, thank you guys so much for your patience with me this past week while I took a little time away from the office for my parents’ move. Everything went smoothly, aside from the fact that it took four days worth of scheming to figure out how to get their sofa through the back door. As soon as they finish up paperwork, I’m hopeful that I can officially share the full home tour and story with you. Anyway, I’m really grateful that I was able to take the week off to help them and to spend time together as a family, too! It feels really good to finally have them here in town.
In honor of my first day back in the office post-spring-break, I wanted to shift the spotlight over to another new favorite Etsy shop: Bea Linen. I’m a total convert to linen bedding, and have it in both bedrooms of our house. I love the feel of this type of fabric so much that I’ve invested in multiple options for each bed, that way I can change up the look of our bedrooms in the span of 30 minutes for $0—now that’s my kind of makeover.
That said, I recently came across Bea Linen on Etsy, and suddenly want to grab a third set for our master bedroom and guest room. The prices are very reasonable, and I love the natural, earthy color palette throughout their shop. Scroll on for a few favorites that I have my eye on right now.
Favorites From Bea Linen
Now having seen the options from Bea Linen, I feel like linen bedding from those trendy boutique California brands we’re all familiar with is so overpriced. Don’t get me wrong, I love the linens that we already own from those brands, but now having found this Etsy shop, I wonder what we’re actually paying for when we shop at those higher end boutiques. The next time I need to replace or add to our linen collection, it’s pretty safe to say that I know where I’ll be shopping. What about you?
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