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Words by

Zoe Beer

One of our favourites in the bedroom is Fictional Objects. The linen label has released its latest collection of bedspreads. 

Named Second Skin, the range features seven different geometric designs in a seasonal palette of mustard and inky blue.

Each design covers all bases with a doona cover, fitted sheet, flat sheet and pillow cases, but Fictional Objects encourages you to mix and match between them.

Created with 100 per cent cotton, the entire range has a 400 thread count and is printed with reactive dyes to ensure the best quality.

There’s also nothing fictional (eh? eh?) about this brand’s commitment to quality and ethical construction, with the small joint team in Australia and Indonesia producing each design in limited quantities.

fictionalobjects.com

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