Y is brought to your by Your Bed! Since I can't see your bed, I'm going to show you mine. My bed is old. Not antique old, but old as in I've had it for a long time. I can't seem to part with it or get a new bed. I love it. Why fix what's not broken? I've been tempted a few times, but quickly talked myself out of it. My bed has a lot of pillows and a lot of blankets. The soft, warm and fuzzy kind are my favorites and I don't care if they match or not. I have two comforters and a top sheet (gasp!) on my bed. I didn't know eliminating the top sheet was a thing. Do you still use a top sheet? I recently replaced the lights on my bed because Jager Kibben broke the last set. He shattered the glass all over my bed. That was a fun night.
Tell me about your bed, it is one of the most comfortable places in the world?
I like the comfy factor of your bed! I bet you have the sweetest dreams!ReplyDelete
When I moved I with my then boyfriend, now husband, he already had his "average" bedroom furniture. If I was to pick something new I'd probably go for dark wood and off-white bedding, very clean and minimalist.
Enjoy your weekend, only one more post to go!
Don't change perfectReplyDelete
Love the lights! I still use a top sheet and my side has more blankets than my hubby's since I am always cold.ReplyDelete
I love it! It's a gorgeous bed-frame.ReplyDelete
I do recommend changing mattresses every so often. My favorite was the memory foam I had before moving out of the US. Chinese mattresses are hard. Outrageously hard. Terrible.
Hey Morgan, I know you're busy exploring Alaska meeting bears and all, but when you get back, I need you to look into the Liebster Award Nomination you just got:ReplyDelete