Tuesday, March 16, 2010

cowgirl up!

I love cowboy or western themes--especially when mixed with florals and little lace or linen! My dream is an airstream trailer to decorate in using a western theme, from floor to ceiling. I'm not even sure I'd enjoy RV camping, but I am sure would enjoy renovating and decorating an airstream-style camper! As that's not likely to happen anytime soon, I thought about the new bedding I'll soon be choosing for our master bedroom and it occurred to me that this is my opportunity to pull together that exact look.
Here's a look at some of the combinations I've put together using these fabulous sheets with a western theme and our in stock bedding:

The vienna rose quilt ($140 full/queen) and standard shams ($35 each) with a vintage stripe dust ruffle ($75, queen) and our western sheet set ($79.95, queen).

A tight shot of the western sheet set.

This combination is wonderful with a sumptuous velvet quilt in blue ($270, full/queen), our cow camp sheet set ($79.95, queen) with our hopsack linen accents (available in euro shams, dust ruffles and accent pillows--shown here, $56 each).

(The photo isn't mine, but I had to borrow it to take photos for this post!)

A tight shot of the cow camp sheet set.

Here's a more subdued look of our sienna quilt ($150, full/queen) with our circle M sheet set ($79.95 queen)--throw in a vintage crocheted sham and/or blanket (I use tablecloths because they're easier to find) for a layered, feminine look.

A tight shot of the circle M sheet set.

The best part of using this look for our master bedroom redesign is the fact that I can leave my cowboy boots strewn about the room and it will look like a "cleverly casual" design element!

All of the items you see here are available at Hodgepodge, but not on the shopping cart, so email or call me (931-647-0444) for details and to order your own. I'll be happy to suggest more combinations suitable for your colors and taste!
Thanks for your indulgence!


nostalgia*gal said...

Blog hopping with my coffee after lunch and was lucky enough to find your blog.
Wish I had some time as I would love to visit your store. I have one down in South Nashville and sell at the Nashville flea market. What caught my eye on your blog...I managed after redoing and selling two other vintage campers..to upgrade to a 1971 Airstream so I think we would have a lot in common.
Love your pictures of your store and hopefully can get some time to visit!
Cheers from a fellow store owner, cindykay

kids bedding said...

nice post

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