Monday, August 4, 2008

How to make a bed

While planning my own wedding, I was invited to a bridal registry event at Bloomingdale's by a friend of mine, who also happened to be a bride-to-be. Considering it was held at one of the busiest, and most popular, malls in the city, we both expected it to be a rather crowded affair. We showed up bright and early, ready to take on this foreign registry world, neither one of us really knowing what to expect. But as the escalator started to reach the second floor, we both noticed it was eerily quiet. Except for a few saleswomen roaming the floor, there was no one there! As it turns out, it wasn't exactly a registry event. In fact, to this day, neither my friend nor I really know what the heck that event was all about, but it worked in our favor. We were treated to strawberries and orange juice, as well as a one-on-one consultation with one of their home decorating experts (or something to that effect). We were greeted eagerly by a girl about our age who proceeded to tell us all about how to make the perfect bed, which was interesting, but I honestly never knew it was possible to talk that much about beds. Of course, most of what her "perfect bed" involved was very expensive sheets, comforter, duvet, shams, pillows, etc... Anyway, there isn't much of a point to this story...but if you ever get stuck listening to a caffeine hyped sales girl talk about how to make a bed for half an hour, listen to her with open ears, but then go visit this site so you can at least spend your hard earned money on some really unique, organic, eco-friendly bedding. :)


Anonymous said...

Pricey, but purty. :)

Jennifer said...

Completely agree! :)

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