Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

I’ve had the images above in my Instagram ‘Interior Inspiration’ folder for a while, but it wasn’t until pretty recently that I got acquainted with the brand behind the exquisite bedding. Swedish Midnatt – founded by freelance writers Josephine Blix and Louisa Hammarbäck who used to run Plaza Interiör – celebrated one year only last month, and have already made quite an impact with their crisp, stone washed bed sets in 100% organic cotton; the inspiration being that washed out favorite shirt.  

The collection is produced in Bangladesh (haven’t found out more than that yet) and comes in full and children’s sizes, which are super cute. Pillow cases can be bought separately, which makes it easier if you like to mix and match; and you do. I’d love to copy the exact scenario above, combining the ‘Dromedary’ and ‘Coco’ colors, and then lay in bed all day with a croissant or five, a great book and lots of coffee. Now, where can I find me a rattan headboard to make my dream complete?

One final note: do take their advice and wash your bedding in 40°C (have some trust in the washing detergents), to be gentle on both the textiles and the environment. Make it last…


Find Midnatt here and follow them here (and here for mini).

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