28/09/2016
Alternatively, for breakfast in bed.

Words by

Anastasia McInerney

In Bed, known for its offering of gorgeous linens for the bedroom, is now looking at decking out another room in your house. 

The Aussie linen label’s latest range, Eat in Bed, is all about the kitchen, featuring napkins, coasters, tablecloths, market totes and aprons.  

Made like its classic bedding, the products are built to be loved over and over.

With linens in timeless colours like navy, stone and french blue, they’ll be the perfect accompaniment to your next meal with friends. 

First our beds and now our kitchens. In Bed knows the way to our hearts. 

inbedstore.com

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