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A close relation to the coverlet, a bedspread is constructed similarly but is designed to meet the floor (whereas coverlets typically fall a couple of inches below the mattress). This style adds a soft, ethereal romance to a bedroom and works especially well in a period home. Dressmaker details like gathers and even box pleats characterize bedspreads, but it’s possible to spec a strictly tailored style too. Duvet covers. A duvet is a cotton, polyester, blended or down feather blanket that can be used alone but really ought to be protected by what’s known as a duvet cover. The cover is little more than a washable bag for the duvet insert; it’s composed of two fabric sides that are joined together by a hidden zipper, ties or buttons. If you seek the freedom to reverse your duvet cover, because you want to even the wear on both sides or switch up your look seasonally, make sure your chosen closing method (zipper or otherwise) is placed at the head or foot ชุดเครื่องนอนทิวลิป of the bed instead of in the middle, as is relatively common with tie and button closures. Also, request that interior loops be added so you can secure the corners of the cover to your insert to prevent its shifting around and bunching up at the bottom. Placing the duvet at the foot of the bed is a popular stylistic choice for those who feel that all that pattern is too much of a good thing. On the other hand, those who opt for dual, coordinating fabrics for the face and reverse sides are rewarded with the opportunity to showcase both simultaneously if they flip the top of their duvet down. It’s not always necessary to cover your duvet.
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The store was split down the middle, half for girls, half for boys. On the left were gauzy princess canopies, sweet miniature kitchen sets and play makeup vanities. On the right were "Star Wars" bedding sets, wooden tool benches and tiny toy firetrucks. I didn't know the sex of my baby yet, but the store was nudging me to choose a side. As a kid, I was always bad at picking a side. My mom, a girl with five brothers, always dressed me in blue. Too into dresses to be a tomboy but too comfortable among the boys to be considered girly, I surely baffled those determined to put me into a gender box. RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOUR So it had occurred to me long ago that I'd refrain from putting any sort of gendered expectation on my son or daughter. After all, inclinations toward athletics or academics or the arts have nothing to do with being male or female — but it began to occur to me that perhaps I hadn't considered just how difficult it would be to combat pressure from outside sources. I didn't waver in my determination that my pregnancy would not be about gendering my baby. I didn't want a baby shower in shades of blue or pink. I didn't want to open up floral headbands or little sailor outfits.
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