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We love summer brights—those big， bold colors that command attention as soon as you walk into a room. But sometimes we crave a bit of softness， and Annie’s new Fiona printed sheets and shams—part of the Pine Cone Hill 20th？Anniversary Collection—are just the ticket to a lighter bedroom-decorating look that has style for miles written all over it.accent pillow case baby canvas rug
The first iteration of Fiona，？from 2002pillow cases vintage， was a botanical-and-paisley quilt that customers just couldn’t get enough of. Annie revived it for the 20th？anniversary in a fresh new printed sheet set and shams. With its feminine pattern yet subtle colors—thanks to a mix of army green， slate blue， and a deep mauve-toned pink—it can be combined with blankets， matelassé coverlets， duvets， and quilts that are both gal- and guy-friendly. It also looks incredibly pretty for spring and summer with brighter shades like aqua and azalea， or it can be layered up for fall and winter with dusty-hued velvets and plush， hand-knit throws， as seen here.
How would you style Fiona？
Today I want to share with you my sewed junk journal with mixed media cover. Junk journal is always a fun piece to make, although it takes some time to complete it ?? I used sewing machine in my process but it’s totally up to you if you’d like having stiches in your book.
When I was looking for an affordable space to buy in New York City, I devised strategies for envisioning how I might tailor the various spaces I was considering. I ended up teaching these strategies to several friends who were “stuck” when trying to design a new kitchen, study — any room at all; these simple approaches helped them unplug the creative flow of ideas, and ultimately find solutions to their design dilemmas.
Use a graphic wall, subtle super hero theme and dynamic colour palette to create a fun and funky kid’s bedroom