Why I bought $3,000 of bedding from Restoration Hardware
Are there other things I could have done with $3,000? Yes, absolutely. Have I slept in Target and Marshall’s sheets before? Duh. But if you add up all the money I’ve spent on those sheets I could have probably already had nicer ones. Maybe that’s true maybe it’s not but I’m okay with it either way. My fiancé just moved in, we got a new king bed (a nice one), and I wanted the master bedroom to be complete. We loved everything at RH!
views from the balcony at RH in Atlanta
So we scouted out every bedroom at RH until we agreed on one. Well two. Until we took some pillows and mixed a tad to combine our two taste. Yes we carried pillows through the bougey RH looking a fool but it worked! You already know the journey if you follow us on snapchat [@VerbalGoldBlog]. If you missed it, I uploaded our story on YouTube here.
Although I’m super hesitant to show you our bedding because it hasn’t been pressed and we’re still missing our lumbar pillow insert, fur pillow sham, and coverlet here’s a sneak peak. The other items are backordered until April so we’ll just have to wait. And sorry these shitty iPhone edit pics don’t do it justice. I’m still working out how I’d like to make the bed; If I want the velvet euro shams (the square ones) behind or in front of the seed-stitch cotton king shams. After looking at these pictures I’ll probably end up switching it.
1. They’re Restoration Hardware… you just feel like a boss saying it (or is that just me). We toured the entire store and as shallow as it sounds, were the youngest people in there. It’s like… that feeling… we have arrived. You know? Like a personal best in life.
2. Holy sheet they’re comfortable AF … like fall asleep immediately comfortable. Worth it. Anything hotel heavy I’m game for. I literally melt when I get in it.
3. Goals. I feel like step 1 of being an adult is getting nice quality sheets. Everything is so put together and I love it.
Photo by Jennifer Oetting Photography