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In her 2023 Instagram recap, Blake Lively focused on one particular moment: that time Michael Kors dressed her in a gold sequined jumpsuit to attend his Brooklyn fashion show in September. In addition to photos captured at the event, the Gossip Girl star revealed what she looked like just before she left the house. To no one’s surprise, she’s the epitome of put-together. Her bed, though, is not. 

Aside from her glistening jumpsuit, there’s a lot to take in in the picture. For starters, Lively is offering us a major glimpse of the New York City bedroom she shares with her husband, Ryan Reynolds. The wide plank floors, massive ceiling beams, and textured taupe walls would have you thinking she’s in Telluride not Tribeca, but similar snapshots of the apartment’s interior confirm the rustic setting is in fact the Manhattan loft the couple bought in 2017. Driving home the relaxed vibe she appears to be going for in the space is an upholstered bed dressed in dreamy linen.

Looking beyond the fact that Lively and Reynolds clearly did not get around to making their bed that day, we zoomed in on her duvet and sheets. Luckily, she tagged a number of brands in the picture so we could easily track down her olive green linen duvet cover from The Citizenry and what looks to be Morrow’s matte sateen sheets in dune or its classic linen offering in bone.

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The Citizenry Stonewashed Linen Duvet Cover

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Stonewashed Linen Duvet Cover, The Citizenry ($289)

From a practical standpoint, the pairing makes for an über-comfortable sleeping experience. Linen keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and it gets softer with each use; sateen, a type of cotton weave, offers a sleek look but is easy to clean. Both materials are soft and breathable all year round, and Morrow’s sateen happens to be organic and shine-free, unlike similar products from other brands. From an aesthetic standpoint, these fabrics look best when loosely layered and slightly fluffed. In other words, they’re ideal for people who don’t always feel like making a perfect bed—celebrities included.