Q. Hi Jordan,
I’m in need of a new quilt. The thing is, quilts are EXPENSIVE. Do you have any suggestions for sites with affordable bedding (ideally under $100) that’s also nice-looking? I was thinking of getting a white quilt…but maybe this is too boring? I dunno! Got any advice?
Best to you,
A. Bedding! One of my favorite topics. Here’s how I feel about it:
This is what I want. Not this one specifically – although it’s lovely – but anything from Anthropologie, really. Their bedding is just beyond gorgeous – so much so that I find the idea of actually buying something from them paralyzing, because I cannot decide which pattern I like best. Can’t do it.
But it’s also beyond expensive, and when one has dogs and babies and budgets, bedding that costs half a grand is not a very good idea.
I’m really just showing this to you because it’s so pretty. Moving on.
Next! Above is a quilt from Garnet Hill. I bought the blue quilt that’s on my bed right now from them a few years ago for about $150. Their prices have gone up over the years and are now around $250, but that’s actually not too bad of a price for a really nice quilt…and mine has held up fantastically for over half a decade now.
Still expensive, but worth considering. (Especially that style pictured above, which is called “Half Moon” and is a mix of 10 vintage-y prints.)
Now, let’s talk totally affordable but still pretty, which means let’s talk JC Penney ‘s Jaden Coverlet. It’s adorable, comes in a bunch of different soft colors, and is $50. Can’t beat that.
I hope that helps!