Tuesday, May 4, 2010

what's next? with Two Ellie

I love Paula's blog, Two Ellie, i think its the southern connection i have with her, being that i went to school in Alabama and she lives there..her children are adorable, lots of love on that blog check it out..here are her suggestions...


I was very excited when Catherine asked what should come next with Rikshaw Design. I have so many ideas and with prints as gorgeous as hers I simply could say it should go everywhere from a beach hat for me to a tunic that would go straight into toddler sizes. Wouldn't Ellie and I look darling in matching tunics?(see image below) I also dream of having a nursery filled to the brim with her gorgeous bedding, but alas my babies are past that stage. So what's next? Well, I will be selfish and skip my babies all together and go to the master bedroom. How lovely it would be to have a king size quilt folded at the end of my bed in the Taj print. I can see it now in a muted a shade. Grays, browns, grieges, oh how it makes my heart go a flutter. How about going one step further and add a lovely bed skirt in the same print? Pure perfection I am sure.

(paula and her girl Ellie..love this !)

7 comments:

nola31 said...

I love the adult bedding idea and I could really go for a jaipur horizontal striped bedskirt in grey- griege. so lovely.

The Zhush said...

Love the idea of a beachy summer quilt!

High-Heeled Foot in the door said...

Oh what fun. I love all of Paula's suggestions!

paula said...

haha! you included the pic of ellie and I. we do look darling in the tunics though. don't you think?

Melissa said...

I love the quilt idea. I see "porch swing" when I see that print, big, pouffy pillows piled on a button tufted mattress with giant welting. How cool-- I love Paula's blog, too!

sarah, flourish design + style said...

Great ideas.. the notion of the quilt has me swooning! xx

Ann said...

Is there any way you could make your crib bedding with your seahorse fabric? Non-cheesy sea themed bedding is very hard to find! I will keep my fingers crossed!