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Is there anything better than breakfast in bed? A lazy Sunday where the most important meal of the day comes to you? We here at Krrb are so in love with the idea of breakfast in bed, we’ve taken it one step further. We’ve matched your breakfast to your bed! You probably didn’t know that it was possible. Well, my friend, it is. It’s nutritious, delicious and the perfect way to start or spend your day. Enjoy!
This bed from Krrbie‘s Krrb Corner is fit for modern royalty, with its geometric print and soothing neutral color. One must certainly feel like the kingdom is at their feet after a good night’s rest under this beautiful headboard.
What do royalty have for breakfast? The answer is shockingly simple. Queen Elizabeth and King Phillip enjoy white toast and oat biscuits for breakfast. I’m not quite sure what an oat biscuit is, but I found a simple recipe from another brit, Nigella Lawson and I figure she knows what she’s talking about. Enjoy with a pot of Earl Grey and the latest edition of The Daily Mirror.
Custom Vintage Headboard
This lovely vintage headboard from Christine’s Krrb corner brings all the comforts of country to your bedroom without you having to leave the city. $500.
Country Breakfast Casserole
A country breakfast casserole from McCormick recipes is the perfect complimentary meal to this bed. Fluffy eggs, spicy sausage and cheese all combine for the perfect morning. Best yet, all the ingredients are in one dish so there’s fewer crumbs on the sheets afterwards! Enjoy with a cup of black coffee, milk and some OJ.
Four Poster Bed
Myhouse385 has listed the type of four poster bed Marie Antoinette would have woken up in during her time at Versailles. Okay, maybe hers was gold plated, but this is close enough. $2,100.
And of course, Marie Antoinette would want us to eat cake, coffee cake from The Pioneer Woman! Indulge this delicious coffee cake with a mimosa like the fine lady you are!
Vintage Bunk Beds
When I was a kid, I always wanted a bunk bed. I liked the idea of having the options and wanted to mix it up nightly by sleeping in the top and bottom bunks. Also, it would have made sleepovers a lot easier. I recently had to sleep in a bunk bed at a relative’s house and can confidently say I’m over my awe of bunk beds except for maybe this vintage one from Micajah‘s Krrb Corner. $200.
And here is a recipe for homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal from Half Baked Harvest, to take you all the way back to those Saturday mornings. Enjoy with Sunny D, Hi-C or grapefruit juice for a balanced meal.
Peter Maly Bed
This bed from Kevin‘s Krrb Corner makes me think of the Far East with its modern yet organic design. $4,125.
Best to enjoy a traditional Japanese breakfast found on the Epicurious website with a cup of green tea as you meditate on the day ahead.
Rustic Wood Dog Bed
This adorable bed from Rustik Ink‘s Krrb Corner makes me ask, “Why shouldn’t you treat your dog to a breakfast in bed with homemade puppy chow?” I’m sure my dad, who grew up on a farm, could give you about six reasons you shouldn’t spoil your dog with breakfast in bed, but this isn’t about him! It’s about little Fido enjoying some TLC. $150.
Check out these recipes from Dr. Katy Nelson on the Today Show blog to help get your pup off on the right paw.
When your breakfast is as lovely as your bed you’ll always have sweet dreams and delicious mornings. Share your favorite breakfasts in the comments below.