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By Jeska 
on 01.09.2017 14:05
One year ago we get so nice topic from Lobster & Swan. Jeska is a photographer, stylist, writer, and shop owner living in East Sussex with her Husband and two tabby cats. Today we repeat topic for you - our dear followers.
From Lobster & Swan.  We are loving the fresh new feel in the air now September is here. I have been waiting for the right time to get these delightfully crumpled (I never iron anything) organic cotton sheets and lace covers on the bed, for ages. Today is the day!
The lovely Inguna from Orgamint  Home got in contact a few months ago to share her beautiful bed linen and brand ethos with me and I loved it so much – I asked if I could try it out. I have been looking for vintage style lace-edged pillow covers for ages and these have a subtle band of beautiful linen lace which is made in Latvia.
New bedding also requires a whole new bedside set up to accompany it, no? So, I have decluttered my shabby little table and placed a few of my favorite things nearby.
​​​The amazing little dish (now for my rings and necklaces) was  made by Sara, my current read a classic by Jane Austin, some plant babies propagated from our bigger tradescantia zebrina and my current scent crushes for the season – santal 26 candle by Le Labo and Marrakech by Aesop.
The delicate lace detail of the Nelle collection combined with organic cotton make these my ideal sleeping situation, perfect if like me, you suffer from allergies or sensitive skin. I am quite smitten.
Do you love pale bedding too? These crumple perfectly for my dream bedroom aesthetic and are good to Planet Earth too – which makes me even happier! Good quality linens are a great investment and can be handed down through the generations too. I have some of my grandma’s bedspreads and pillows and they are so soft from years of careful laundering.
I dug out my favorite cozy knitted socks in preparation for the temperature change and rescued some fading hydrangea and honeysuckle blooms from our garden to put next to the bed. The yellow trumpets of the honeysuckle are like little fireworks bursting out of the posy.

A few twinkling lights, our Autumn Goddess Print and we are just about set for cozying down, reading and snoozing. The only thing missing is a mug of warm spiced milk (maybe with a nip of amaretto in it)!

If you are looking for organic bedding, I highly recommend these, I am so happy with them. Also on my wishlist are the washed Linen Line, and Ruffles of the Flou collections. Hooray for frills! Sleep tight x ​​​​​​​
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