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Design your own chic, comfy bedding

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A knock-off version of a popular but pricier PB Teen bedding ensemble using inexpensive sheet sets and iron-on ribbon created by Austin, Texas-based Allison Hepworth. She provides a tutorial on her blog at houseofhepworths.com.

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Former interior designer Lynn Cimino's creation of the Twist mattress -- components include cotton covers and buckwheat hulls that you self-assemble by filling the covers with the hulls and twisting and tying (openyoureyesbedding.com). Fully customizable, the mattresses are similar to Japanese futons.

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Detail of former interior designer Lynn Cimino's original Twist mattress design, where users assemble their own mattresses by stuffing buckwheat hulls into cotton covers.

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There are stores full of exquisite bedding. But fancy sheets, duvets and mattresses can sometimes fall short of our wish lists, in style, price, comfort or all three. What if you could make your own? You don't need to be a professional designer to create bedding that looks as nice as the stuff of dreams.
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    • A knock-off version of a popular but pricier PB Teen bedding ensemble using inexpensive sheet sets and iron-on ribbon created by Austin, Texas-based Allison Hepworth. She provides a tutorial on her blog at houseofhepworths.com.
    •  Former interior designer Lynn Cimino’s creation of the Twist mattress — components include cotton covers and buckwheat hulls that you self-assemble by filling the covers with the hulls and twisting and tying (openyoureyesbedding.com). Fully customizable, the mattresses are similar to Japanese futons.
    •  Detail of former interior designer Lynn Cimino’s original Twist mattress design, where users assemble their own mattresses by stuffing buckwheat hulls into cotton covers.
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