Monday, February 2, 2009

How to Make a Gourmet Bed, goldenrail Style

Get a good sturdy mattress and top it with a light fluffy featherbed.  Evenly spread two soft, silky sheets.  Add a smattering of pillows.  Cover with an I-Can't-Believe-It's-Not-Down comforter, two layers of quilts and top with another I-Can't-Believe-It's-Not-Down comforter.  Enjoy!

(image credits:cc search -  sandwich photo from http://thefoodmonsterblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/open-faced-mango-salami-cheddar-and.html)

5 comments:

munckinhead said...

interesting.........

Jeannie said...

I missed all the pictures of you in it at first - just saw the one with your eyes closed and thought "that looks like (GR)"... then I saw the others when I read it again!

MaryRuth said...

what? not flannel sheets? I use mine and a down comforter year-round. It gets chilly in the summer. I love my bed, too--it is my cozy castle.
the photo is cute!

goldenrail said...

Mommy: I'm cute! ;)
MR: no flannel sheets for me; I don't like them. My favorite are my modal sheets (made out of beech tree fiber), though I have satin sheets on right now (which means all my pillows and covers fall off.)

Rachat de credit said...

I absolutely love this guide, especially helpful, now to make a gourmet bed, goldenrail style is easy. Thanks a lot for writing