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Monday, February 25, 2013

On Beddings and Butterfly Dreams

This is our bed. As you can see, I cropped out the sides and side tables because I didn't have time to fix it. Ahihihi. So back to the bed. I love pretty bed linens, but I'm not just about a gorgeous print or trim. They've got to be soft. The kind that is so inviting, you just want to sink into it each night.
 
duvet and accent pillow from DwellStudio

When my friend Kat of Kat Dy Finds introduced me to her friend Edith Coronacion McCosker, who offered to have me road test her bedding line called Butterfly Dreams, I was of course, more than happy to do a product review. Just look at this bed fitted out with Butterfly Dreams beddings, OMG. Who will say no to this? Like marshmallows for a bed.


Ok fine, so that's a tricked out shot, but here's how it looks in real life, sans photo shop and filters aka #nofilter...pretty, no?


The fabric feels like a dream too. I like the crispness of the 350-thread count cotton sateen flat sheet, while the fitted sheet in a "Swankysuede" microfibre fabric is warm and cozy. When the a/c is on at full blast, I would rub my feet against the sheet and it just feels like you're sleeping on a cloud. Well, we also have a mattress enhancer that feels like we're sleeping on a cloud. Yes, we take sleeping seriously. So make that a double cloud.

Butterfly Dreams' "Swankysuede" microfibre fabric up close

Swankysuede is not only ultra-soft, it's resistant to stains, requires no ironing and is durable too. In fact, the promise is that, "with proper care, your Butterfly Dreams linens will last a lifetime." Your purchase goes a long way too, in that, a portion of the proceeds from each sale helps send Cambodian kids to school. If you are wondering about the price of sheets that last a lifetime, well, sheet sets start at Php2,500 for a Twin, while duvets start at Php3,900 for a Single. Not bad.

Edith Coronacion McCosker of Butterfly Dreams

I got to chat with Edith when she was in town for a quick visit, and she shares that currently, her sheets only come in light, solid neutrals (Serene, Honey Beige, Ivory & Billy Blue) because she really has a preference for neutrals. But her new collection should have darker shades coming too. I like my sheets light-colored so I am happy as a clam with what she sent us. If you are reading this, Thank you, Edith!

Butterfly Dreams Bed Linens are developed in Hong Kong but are now available in the Philippines. Buy Butterfly Dreams online via their website and at the following Make Room branches - Bonifacio High Street in Taguig, and Eastwood Mall and Robinson’s Magnolia in Quezon City.

For updates on Butterfly Dreams, check out their Facebook Page.

1 comment:

Mia Y. Marchadesch said...

I wish , I may, I want!!! I've been daring myself to buy a printed sheet. And that's what I want:). Lucky you!!!

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