Saturday, July 25, 2009

Review of " Sin in Linen - Dreamy Linen Kasbah Quilt" from

I recently received the Kasbah Quilt from for Sarah's bedroom( she is 15). We were told we could pick anything we wanted up to a certain amount from their website, and after looking around I noticed that there was a whole section of bedding that would be appropriate for a teenager.

That was important to me as I had been having some difficulty trying to find bedding for a teenager that was neither too " old" looking or too childish and that was affordable as well as durable at the same time. My other requirement was that the bedding be season specific as our heavy quilts were too big and too bulky for the summery nights.

I put my daughter to the task of using the website to find what she wanted, and utilizing the search function she was able to come up with a number of different choices within minutes.

The website gives the following information about this quilt:

Whether you're saving up for an overseas adventure, or you've returned home and you're looking to savor the memories of life abroad,these beautiful linens are modeled after the intricate tiles of Morocco. Camel caravans and snake charmers not included. Quilt is 200 thread count, 100% cotton.

  • Twin - 66" W x 90" D
  • Full / Queen - 90" W x 90" D
  • King - 100" W x 90" D
We chose the twin quilt and this is how it looked when we received it:

Here is a close-up of the pattern:

You can really see how evenly spaced and well done the stitching is!

We spread the quilt out to see how it looked and get an idea of how big it really was:

It is perfect for my daughters room, and she loves sleeping with it. She told me that it is soft and fluffy and is a great fit with her decor!

It is currently on sale for 39.00 with free shipping! They also offer the matching sheets and duvet collection, which are also available in all sizes and are currently in stock.

Thank you again to for the opportunity to review this item!

Please note: Item was provided free of charge but review is independent and unbiased.

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