Well my friends, warmer weather means it's time to throw open the windows and enjoy those spring time breezes.
Along with that I like to switch out the bedding and add a garden feel to our master bedroom.
Perfect time to pull out vintage pillowcases. I love them all!
I have two of these. They were an estate sale find.
This one was a gift from my blog friend, Rose.
These were made by my Aunt Viola and given to me by my cousin, Betty for my birthday last July.
I've layered them on top of a cream matelassé spread topped with my double Irish chain quilt I made years ago from Aunt Gracie type reproduction fabrics.
I added a pink chenille pillow I made from an old sham found at a thrift shop. The flower is made from cream wool.
Now the room has a lighter feel for Spring. I bought the aqua door recently from Décor Steals. I need to hang something on it.
I love how the quilt has touches of the same color as the door!
I played around a little. First I folded a vintage quilt with pink stars at the bottom of the bed. A $40 estate sale score.
Then yesterday I snagged this lavender chenille spread for $9.
There are both pink and lavender fabrics in the quilt. Not sure which I like best. Do you have a preference, or do you prefer it without either?
Of course I still have touches of red. The quilt is bound in red.
(now you can see the detail on the door)
(top of red cabinet)
(top of fireplace)
This colorful chair helps tie all of the colors together.
Assorted quilts fill part of our red cabinet.
A couple of months ago I bought a new lamp on line. When it arrived it was more juvenile looking than what I realized. Decided I'd try it for a while and see.
Still lots going on in this room, but I am loving the lighter feel.