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Bed Linens from Odessa in Shades of Blue and Green

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Bed Linens from Odessa in Shades of Blue and Green

January 5, 2018

Currently admiring: Sea Me, started by two women in search of the perfect bed linen, in hues of blues and greens (one of our trends for 2018), and sand—all inspired by the sea and made in Odessa, Ukraine. Here’s a look.

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Above: Sea Me’s linens are made of pure European certified linen, without chemicals. Each set comes with a duvet cover with hidden buttons and two envelope-closure pillowcases. As Sea Me describes it, the Sand color (shown) is “like the sea dunes … like Rome’s basilica’s marble steps, worn by time and tourists, like caramel ice cream, like a beloved trench coat for every occasion.” All linens are $175 for a US full-size set.
The linens in pure white Foam (&#8
Above: The linens in pure white Foam (“like a blank sheet you may want to write a love story on”).
A bed dressed in Pearl linens (&#8
Above: A bed dressed in Pearl linens (“like a scattering of seashells left on the sand after low tide, like smooth concrete walls, like a silk lace dress on the floor”).
The green-blue Teal Waves colorway.
Above: The green-blue Teal Waves colorway.
A detail of a bed in sand-colored linens.
Above: A detail of a bed in sand-colored linens.
The linens in dark green Emerald.
Above: The linens in dark green Emerald.
Deep blue Pacific linens: &#8
Above: Deep blue Pacific linens: “like a small bouquet of field cornflowers in the morning kitchen.”
A stack of the linens in sea-inspired hues.
Above: A stack of the linens in sea-inspired hues.
The pillowcases, with carefully embroidered Sea Me tags.
Above: The pillowcases, with carefully embroidered Sea Me tags.
One deviation from the blue-green spectrum: dusty pink Caribbean sheets, an homage to balmier seaside climes.
Above: One deviation from the blue-green spectrum: dusty pink Caribbean sheets, an homage to balmier seaside climes.
The linens in morning light.
Above: The linens in morning light.

For more green linens, see our post on 5 Favorites: Bed Linens in Shades of Olive.

And for more of our favorite linens in the bedroom:

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