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Nice and New: Rubie Green Bedding

Eco-chic upholstery fabric designer Michelle Adams of Rubie Green has ventured into the bedroom. With a new bedding line, that is. Now her downtown preppy patterns can be yours even if you're not up for reupholstering a sad chair or having custom curtains made. The current offerings include duvet covers, sheet sets, shams, and bed skirts. Take your pick of four designs, including a black and white graph-like Habibi, the pretty-in-pink zig zag East Village, the summery yellow lattice Tillinghast, and simple Classic bedding with black piping. All of the bedding comes from a factory that is certified eco-friendly by the Global Organic Textile Standard in every step of production, from the weaving of the fabric down to the final packaging, and is made from the softest 300 thread-count organic cotton percale. Who ever said you can't look good and be good (to the environment) in bed, too?

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