ISSUE 27  |  Summer Rentals

Summer Slumbers: Hedge House Bedrolls, Made in LA

July 07, 2014 3:00 PM

BY Sarah Lonsdale

A totable bedroll packed in a ticking striped shoulder bag. Perfect for summer lolling.

LA designer Beata Henrichs-Lieb of Hedgehouse has created a handmade bedroll that can be slung into a hammock for cushier repose, over a camp bed for deeper sleep, and of course, rolled out for the last-minute sleepover.

Above: The colorfully striped bedrolls are filled with a mix of feather, down, and fiber and comes with a removable 100 percent linen cover.

Above: Each full bedroll measures 30 by 70 inches with a removable cover measuring 30 to 75 inches (it’s meant to be a roomy fit).

Above: The Cortina Lavender Throw Bed is $375.

Above: The throw beds are also available in metallic linen blends, from top to bottom: Corchavel Ivory with Silver Metallic, Mt. Tremblant Chocolate with Silver Metallic, and the Mt. Elbrus Oatmeal with Gold Metallic.

Above: The Sur La Mer Rouge Wide Stripe Throw Bed is $375.

Have a look at our Bedding posts for more finds, including 12 Summery Mosquito Nets and Aegean-Inspired Linens. Also check out the ultimate beanbag chair, the Embroidered Olli Lounger.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 28, 2012 as part of our issue The Last Gasp of Summer.