Remember everything I wrote in my previous post?
Forget all of it.
My plans for the bedding were based on the bedding I have used for forty years. But…I have never had a bed from the 1890s. And such beds have footboards.
Rhonda also pointed out something I had not considered. There are people who are allergic to down. She suggested, instead, a hypoallergenic comforter. I had to look that up.
Now I am thinking of a fitted sheet, and a flat sheet. Each will tuck behind the footboard. And then, rather than a comforter across the whole top of the bed, which would pile up against the footboard, I will get a comforter or blanket which would fold in half and simply lay on the bed, draping down the sides. Easy!
And…drum roll, please, this opens up a zillion possibilities!
Oh, and I was also wrong about the stained-glass. The border glass is not salmon but mauve.
Geez. Ross is such a ding-dong.
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