What I'm Rethinking for 2009
I'll concede that I've never been an aficionado of chenille, and I don't believe only i'm. There's something about chenille that appears to cause an instinctive reaction you either like it or loathe it. So it came as a stun to me that Glimmer, an astounding metallic texture in the Celerie Kemble for Schumacher accumulation, is really a chenille. I'm eating humble pie, and for once I don't appear to mind.
I more often than not lean toward a more straightforward and custom-made edging for my shades and pads, yet I'm somewhat fascinated by unsettles and pinked edges at the present time. This pillow, produced using a Cecil Beaton gathering texture, helps me to remember those awesome window ornaments and cushions in Pauline de Rothschild's London home. John Fowler played a part in designing Rothschild's home, and we as a whole realize that Fowler was the ace of utilizing those dressmaker points of interest on his window ornaments and delicate furniture. Possibly it's an ideal opportunity to haul out the pinking shears.
Actually, I turn decidedly green when I'm out on the water and no measure of Dramamine will change that. Cruising isn't in my sights for 2009, yet I am adoring Katie Ridder's "Beetlecat" wallpaper. (Accessible through Holland and Sherry.)
Paying no notice to my mom's recommendation about not airing one's messy clothing in broad daylight, I'm confessing about my napkin propensities. I frequently utilize Vanity Fair paper napkins when I'm dining alone. Also, no, I don't live in a twofold wide, I don't drink PBR, and there are no rusting autos raised on ash obstructs in my front yard. All things considered, I'm endeavoring to cure myself of this terrible little propensity, so I will attempt to utilize my pleasant linen napkins consistently. Presently on the off chance that I can just persuade my maid to press them.
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