Some thoughts...

Thursday, March 25, 2010

1. Thanks for buying up a lot of my vintage fabrics yesterday. That was awesome and I'll be posting more very soon. So stay tuned and follow me on Twitter for early bird notices.

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still have a couple yards left of this awesome vintage Schumacher. The dark color background is a deep plum. yummy.

2. Speaking of fabrics, I love this horizontal striped black and white slubby linen available from Calico Corners. For a subtler approach to my curtains. Price is $36.99/yd.

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3. Also, this upholstery grade gray and creamy white ikat is phenomenal. I don't know who makes it. There's a random roll at one of my fabric haunts. Let me know if you want me to pick you up some. Price is $22/yard.

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4. Does anyone know anything about this china? It think it's pretty.

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5. Paloma's kitchen round up was awesome. I think I gasped when I saw this one for the first time. Ohmygoodness. That island.

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via Country Style Mag, through La Dolce Vita

6. My latest household product obsession: Mrs. Meyers dryer sheets in Baby Blossom scent. The smell is sooooo good that I actually like doing laundry now... most days.

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7. Next, I think this stool at Home Goods would be genius reupholstered in black or charcoal linen. The legs are my favorite part.

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8. In fact, they sort of remind me of these awesome pepper mills from IKEA.

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9. And finally, a little family update: Life is good, my friends. As much as I love all of you, nothing makes me happier than being a mom to these lovely little lassies.


Grace is my partner in decorating crime and she also loves preschool. Claire turned three on the 16th and cries every day when I drop off Grace at school.

Evie turned three months old yesterday. And you better believe she weighs 17 pounds.

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She totally would have polished off Claire's birthday cake if she wasn't stuck in the Bumbo.

That's all. peace out.

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