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July 28, 2010

I’m almost buried under piles of fake snow and baubles at the moment (the joys of Christmas in July!) but haven’t forgotten what it’s really like outside in the real world! These lovely coastal-themed fabrics and textiles have been popping into my inbox so have a look through and choose your favourite…

I’m not keen on overly ‘kiddy’ designs for children’s rooms, so this vintage-inspired boat bedlinen is just right. It’s brand new from Cabbages & Roses and is also available as an oilcloth too which is ideal for the breakfast table. Lots of their signature florals are in the sale at the moment too so pop along and have a look.

For sheer Nautical Factor it’s hard to beat Ian Mankin… these new ticking fabrics are organic so you can shop, decorate and feel virtuous all at the same time! (actually, they’re not too bad at £25/m either)

These cushions are from Fabrics and Papers. They’re relaunching their website on 1st August but they sent me this sneaky peek of these cushions made from seaside-inspired prints. I absolutely love the vintage tea posters on the wall at this location house since seeing them in my number one favourite book of all time, At Home With White by Atlanta Bartlett. She’s selling them through her shop, Pale and Interesting… well worth a click if you want to indulge yourself in achingly beautiful products and photography that makes you feel inspired and inadequate in equal measure!

Finally, this bold Lighthouse Stripe fabric is from Runaway Coast. I love their colour palette and windswept photography. Happy shopping!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 29, 2010 1:40 pm

    I’m with you on the children’s things – I don’t like overly kiddy rooms. Which is kind of strange given that I am running a toy shop!!


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