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ZicciBea, a luxury linen company created by designers Shoshanah Weinstock and Yali Katz, offers an affordable collection of designer bedding.

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This week, one lucky winner will receive their choice of a complete duvet set in any size. For a chance to win, answer this week’s question before 12/11c, Monday, September 20.

This week’s question: Do you prefer your bedding to be perfectly matched or do you mix and match your different sets? 

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  1. Kacy Lucky says:

    That is my peace of mind to have my sheets to match. I really enjoy ending the day that way. Now the covers can be different colors and that can be great!

  2. Lonetta says:

    It doesn't have to be the same color or pattern but the colors/pattern MUST work together. I don't just throw something on the bed, I put thought into it.

  3. April Brooks says:

    I actually prefer the aesthetically pleasing look of matching sets, but I have never been able to afford an entire set, so I have always bought separate pieces and put them together as best I can. Can't say it has ever made a difference in how well I sleep. :D

  4. I like to mix and match

  5. Valerie says:

    It depends on my mood. One week matchy matchy and the next week mix it up a bit.

  6. I'm so torn! I've always mixed it up but only because nothing has ever matched… I just want my bed to be warm with plenty of sheets for me AND my hubby! ;)

  7. Kelly says:

    The sheets and the pillow cases have to match! If one pillow case doesn't it is my husbands he sleeps with 2 or 3 pillows!

  8. LORRAINE says:

    I PERFER TO MIX AND MATCH, THIS WAY I GET A DIFFERENT LOOK ALL THE TIME

  9. I mix and match. I love a relaxed, sort of uptown country look.

  10. Carly Phillips says:

    On our ( my spouse and I) bed things match, not everything in the house does though. My parents who live downstairs dont have everything match. My mother has always had a way of making patterns go together which are different, growing up the pillows on the sofa often were different fabrics and things but they did not clash, they complemented each other making the house seem more opulent and rich than really was she is able to carry it off even when she is only somewhere a short time like with us while they are between houses. I'd I hope this has rubbed off on me a little. love to win!

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