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About a year ago， our friend Ellen Silverman came back from France with a beautiful linen flat sheet that she’；d seen displayed in a Paris shop. The salesperson encouraged her to buy a king size sheet and use it as a coverlet that would drape on the floor and become it’；s own “；dust-ruffle”；， hiding whatever lay hidden under the bed. It looked so pretty， and seemed like such a practical ideapillow covers vintage， that we hatched a plot to photograph it； both being so crazy-busy we still haven’；t gotten around to it.accent pillow case baby canvas floor
So I was pleased to stumble on a similar image buried in a recent Remodelista house tour. This huge flat-sheet coverlet is made of gauze but linen is lovely， washable， comes in a variety of colors， and doesn’；t need to be ironed. Wrinkled is fine， as are ripped edges. We’；re wondering what would happen if we used a flat sheet between the boxspring and mattress， to make a rough-hewn drapey dust ruffle. (We’；re planning to try it and will report back.)
As for sources： We’；re going to check out Linoto‘；s and Restoration Hardware‘；s linen sheets.？Remodelista recommends？Garza Linen Gauze Sheet
via RemodelistaPhotos：？Richard Powers？for？Tsao &； McKown Architects？via？Home Life.
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At this time of year our thoughts inevitably turn to the year that is ending. We think back to the events – good and bad – that stand out, and also remember the quieter moments that make up the everyday. This year has seen some troubling political developments and horrific events across the world, but there has also been much to be thankful for. On a smaller scale, we thought we would give you a round up of Linenbeauty’s 2017, and some ideas on how to make 2018 a great year.