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Cozy Up To Anthropologie's Posh — But Playful! — Bedding

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    Have you ever noticed that people who are into Anthropologie are really into Anthropologie? We're not surprised it inspires such devotion: Its fanciful clothes and shabby-chic home furnishings bespeak an offhand — but decidedly cultured — kind of chic. You know, like that one maddeningly stylish friend who inherited her charming china set from her grandmother, and picked up that gorgeous patchwork quilt at a little marketplace in Lille.

    Anthropologie's bedding perfectly encapsulates that low-key, yet luxe dichotomy that keeps us coming back. Bedding is luxurious, with just the right touch of whimsy: Think crisp, Egyptian cotton sheets edged in bright, Sombrero-style tassels, and vibrant quilts sporting hand-stitched birds of paradise. With the mercury dropping, this is just the kind of gorgeousness we want to cozy up to — and dream of all the globe-trotting adventures we'll (hopefully) have someday.

    See more of Anthropologie's best bedding, straight ahead.
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