One of my favorite country music groups is Lady Antebellum. Mr. Savvy and I always turned the radio up when their very popular song "Need You Now" would come on. We would also sing along to it even though Mr. Savvy has a way of not singing the same thing they are. I laugh at some of the words he comes up with when singing with the radio.
I like their new song "Bartender" too. They just harmonize so beautifully together. Why am I talking about Lady Antebellum?
Well, I gave you some sneak peeks of something new last week and now I'm sharing the deets.
A little over a week ago I got an email asking me if I would like to review some new bedding? Um, let me think about if for half a second......uh, yes. Y'all know I love to make up a pretty bed and when the bedding is offered to me well, who am I to say no?
I know you're still thinking, but what does this new bedding have to do with Lady Antebellum? They have a new line of home decor at Bed Bath and Beyond called Heartland. I was asked to choose from their bedding line and I chose Delta Queen. There are several other patterns, to choose from, but I knew this one would be perfect for the farmhouse style guest room.
When I saw this pattern of blues, reds and creams I knew it would work perfectly in there. Actually it could work in either guest room. I received the duvet with standard shams set and the extra euro shams plus some throw pillows.
This bedding is reversible which means you can change up the look just by flipping the duvet or comforter over and turning the shams around. One side of the duvet is the red and blue pattern and the other side is neutral with the look of grain sack stripes.
Here I flipped the standard shams around to the red side.
I love the mix of the grain sack style euro shams with the pattern of the standard shams.
The added details like the red velvet ribbon border on the duvet are nice.
And added as little ties on the shams.
When I was at Costco I saw these gorgeous hydrangeas and had to bring them home. The girl who was putting the flowers out said these are vintage hydrangeas. I just love how there are touches of pink and blue on a mostly white bloom. I stuck them in this enamelware pitcher and hung it from the bed post.
I love how this red velvet trim was added as a border.
This old quilt works so well with the new bedding so I just folded it and placed it on the bench.
I also used some shams I already had in the mix.
I was also sent this burlap horse print pillow and it's nice, but a bit too western for my style.
This set is perfect for farmhouse style or cottage style and is really affordable.
Find out more about this new line here.
Have a fabulous week!
I was given this line of bedding to review, but of course all opinions are my own.
See my full disclosure here.