This Company Will Cover Your Bedspread In Anyone’s Face You Like
Posted June 18, 2018 4:04 p.m. EDT
Updated May 8, 2020 10:21 a.m. EDT
Is Zoom simply not cutting it? Do you wish you could see the face of your best friend, your favorite dog or whomever else you adore all night long?
Or do you perhaps enjoy gazing admiringly at your own reflection and wish you could do it from a reclined position without installing a mirror above your bed?
Well, Shelfies is here to make that dream come true. The online retailer will print images of anyone’s face you want — even your dog’s lovely mug — all over a duvet cover so that every night is a slumber party.
Here’s how it works: You upload the image you want printed to Shelfies. Within 24 hours, the company will send you a digital preview so you can make any changes you see fit before sending it to print. It’s important to note that the personalized items aren’t refundable or exchangeable.
The possibilities for such a product seem endless! If you need help picking a face for your customized duvet, might I suggest one of the 10 most attractive celebrity men, according to science? That way, you can brag that you cuddled with Bradley Cooper or Will Smith all night long. There’s probably a “stealing the covers” joke in there, too.
Or, the Harry Potter lovers out there might want to cover their bed in Daniel Radcliffe’s grin. You wouldn’t even have to say “expecto patronum” to be safe from evildoers!
Here’s what Shelfies has to say about its one-of-a-kind duvet covers: “Spice up your bedroom with some wild photorealistic all-over-print bed covers. You’re spending half your life sleeping (or more) so do yourself and your bed a favor and make it extra special.”
So, what do you think: Cute or creepy or all of the above? We’ll let you decide. But, let’s FACE it, these duvets probably aren’t for everyone. (See what I did there?)
If you’re not sure that faces fit into your bedroom’s decor theme, you could go another route and upload the facial images onto a shirt, jumpsuit, pet bandana or poster. Here are a couple of examples from Shelfies’ Instagram. A set of matching T-shirts:
And a head-to-toe outfit:
If you’re sold on the bedding, though, the customized twin duvet is about $120. A queen costs about $190 and a king will run you $199.
So, whose face would you pick for a duvet?