October 11, 2012



I hope so.

When I named the bedding I decided I would use names that were fun. Like KEY instead of Greek Key, because a good night sleep is the KEY to everything, or the KEY to good sleep is a nice bed! So it was not difficult to name this new more simpler Greek key design…LUCKY.

Who doesn’t want to feel LUCKY?  I feel LUCKY when I get to go to bed in a nice comfortable bed. You might just get LUCKY, if you have a nice bedroom.  And not necessarily the kind of lucky you might think. Bottom line is who doesn’t want to be LUCKY?

So LUCKY it is.

I think this pattern works really well in masculine as well as feminine bedrooms. So I added a few dark colors that looks great in both. The pattern is less intrusive than the Greek Key and is a guaranteed classic, that won’t really ever feel out of fashion.

Here are the LUCKY Euro shams with THE LILY HEADBOARD in black velvet. That headboard also comes in a DARK GREY velvet and YELLOW.

Here it’s shown with THE YELLOW MARK carpet and my REGENCY CURTAIN, my $ 5 chair from Salvation Army, my redone vintage lamp, and  a Gustavian Swedish Antique chest of drawers. Mixing it with high and low is my favorite.

All items are easy to mix and match and can quickly be moved from room to room and work.

Simple and easy.

We have similar faux fur pillows on the site which look great paired up on the bed.

ON the bed with the LUCKY DUVET and SHAMS is the FANCY GREEK KEY PILLOW in pink.

And for those of you who would like it, the color on the wall is Appalachian Trail by Benjamin Moore.

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