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« on: July 15, 2007 05:01:15 PM »

So I have this bedding set that I absolutely love, but I got a new beautiful wrought iron headboard & footboard set and they don't match my very geometric comforter & sheets...(don't mind the big hole in the wall, used to be my little bro's room)



I'm moving into my own apartment in about a month and I want to do my bedroom in black and white, but I have two ideas: I'm either going to get a solid black comforter with some pretty black and white sheets with flowers or something similar to my headboard, or I want to get something like this and pair it with a black sheet set: http://www3.jcpenney.com/jcp/ProductsHOM.aspx?catnum=FC728-2801D&action=Edit&ItemSeq=0&EditRefPage=http%3a%2f%2fwww3.jcpenney.com%2fjcp%2fbag.aspx&cmBagLookup=True&CmCatId=Bag

the rest of my bedroom furniture is black, and I was thinking if I went with the blue (or another bright color) comforter, I would get some accent decorative pieces to match...


What should I do???
Thanks!
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