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Casually cool indigo and white combos rest easy on top of bed.



Pine Cone Hill’s Aylin linen duvet cover was created based on the elements of glass, stone and wood to infuse aspects of nature into a living space. www.annieselke.com



The Tartu Indigo pillow from Pittsburgh design studio Savannah Hayes showcases a funky geometric print on 100 percent Belgian linen. An exposed antique brass zipper adds a fun touch. www.savannahhayes.com 


Double whammy: From Curated by Kravet, this linen/cotton blend duvet cover features Kravet Madira.516 on the face and Kravet Kashmira.516 on the reverse. It comes with an upholstered button closure and internal ties for duvet securing. www.curatedkravet.com



Kevin O’Brien’s Persian linen/cotton blend duvet in Denim is inspired by the ornate motifs seen in Persian arts  and architecture. The printed linen/cotton blend bedding is machine-washable. www.kevinobrienstudio.com



Pom Pom at Home’s Dali hand-blocked pillow is made using a century-old Indian art where hand-carved wooden blocks are dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto the 100 percent cotton fabric, showcased beautifully in blue and white. www.pompomathome.com


John Robshaw’s Rupani quilt, printed on 100 percent cotton voile, is soft and lightweight. Hand-quilted in India, the orange accents pop against blue and white. www.johnrobshaw.com

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