Have you ever had your eye on an item for your home that you’ve lusted after for a while, but have resisted buying because of one or two nagging reservations? I have. For me, that item is West Elm’s organic pin-tuck duvet cover and sham set. I love everything about it: the texture, the simplicity of it, the details, the crisp, clean, cuddled-up vibe it gives off, the swish sound it makes when you move it, I mean, really, this is me granting full disclosure into my bedding fantasy. It reminds me of everything good about Saturday morning and I want it to be mine. But, and there is always a but, I have reservations, and for once, they have nothing to do with price. First, I’ve heard from multiple friends to avoid pin-tuck duvets because the stitching eventually pulls, betraying the signature shape. Woe! Second, in my dream bedroom, I have this set in white, and if that’s not completely unrealistic, I don’t know what is. I also don’t know what my second choice color would be. The set has been wooing me for a while and is still available, but I’m still torn on multiple points. What do you think, readers? Are white duvets absurd? Is pin-tuck a problem? Do you have a similar story about something for the home? Share in comments! — Sarah C.