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Mystic Valley Traders {bedding}

I’m asked quite often for bedding help so I thought you may like to add another resource to your list that I just found in Country Living magazine last night (the benefits of being sick is that you get to do lots of reading in bed with zero guilt).

A little country meets modern, Mystic Valley Traders carries a range of organic bedding to add some beauty to that boudoir, my favorite is the Turtle Bay collection.

More bedding sources here.

(images: mystic valley trading)

Posted in bedroom, textiles on April 18, 2008

Binth *new*

Binth just released some new items for Spring, but this time we’re not seeing soft blues and yellows, it’s all about strong graphical patterns in blue, black, and red. Pillows, cards, prints, etc.


What do you think?

(images from binth)

Posted in stationery, textiles on April 16, 2008

Bonjour Mon Coussin

Leave it up to the French to consistently produce the most creative products… Claire Eglizeaud and Paul Moreau are stylists and graphic designers who formed the company Bonjour Mon Coussin in 2007 creating pillows and things for the home. Everything from nesting dolls to stilettos, toys, tickets, and the eiffel tower has a part in their pillow collection. These really fit that whole boho modern look that’s so hot right now.


An English version of their website is soon to come so for now you’ll have to practice your French, however if you would like details or to make a purchase you can contact them directly (contact AT bonjourmoncoussin.com). I’m sure Claire and Paul would be more than happy to assist you. {via Design Milk}.

(images from bonjour mon coussin)

Posted in textiles on April 15, 2008

Jenna Rose

The patterns on these pillows are so sweet! They’ve been created by designer Jenna Greenberg for Jenna Rose, a small design studio based in Ontario, Canada specializing in handmade fashion accessories and housewares.


Jenna Rose designs start out as illustrations and ultimately they are hand screen-printed onto cotton canvas or a linen/cotton blend. All colors are hand mixed in small quantities
and color combinations are only duplicated a few times so each batch is special and a little different from the last. The rooftops pattern is my favorite, I have something for drawings of little buildings… You can find some of the Jenna Rose collection in the online shop Modish, and a complete stocklist is available online right here.

(images from jenna rose)

Posted in textiles on April 15, 2008

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