January 8th, 2017
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For The Birds

Last winter I did a series of posts entitled Bringing The Garden Indoors that focused on botanical prints. Inspired by my favorite fabric Bird & Thistle by Brunschwig & Fils, this winter I’m collecting Audubon prints and Richard Ginori Voliere plates. A few years ago I considered reupholstering the loveseat in my bedroom in the green version of Bird & Thistle, but ended up having a bedcover made out of the fabric, instead. The bedcover is sensational and a bit unexpected. However, I still need to recover that couch…

If you live in a snow covered area, please don’t forget to feed the birds!

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  • The fabric and plates are gorgeous. The neutral color really enhances the details. Beautiful!

    AprilJanuary 8th, 2017  5:08 PM

     
  • This combination is gorgeous – nature never goes out of style! I could see this fabric/wallpaper and the prints in a pretty powder room. Will you display the plates on the walls? With plates this fabulous, it would be beautiful to see them every day.

    PaulaJanuary 9th, 2017  2:52 PM

     
  • That Bird & Thistle is a favorite of mine as well – sepia, green, blue – all beautiful! And serious envious about the Ginori – I loved these the minute I saw them and they have added beautiful new pieces!

    Stacey BewkesJanuary 9th, 2017  3:26 PM

     
  • The Bird and Thistle- beautiful. It has the same allure as the Chinoise designs. I’m definitely going to search it out. I can stare at beautiful designs for hours…captivating.

    The name could also be used for a pub!!!!

    RuthJanuary 10th, 2017  8:13 AM

     
  • So beautiful. I still find it a mystery as to why I love pattern in my home (and don’t grow tired of the same ones) and can’t bear it on my clothing….?

    KathyJanuary 10th, 2017  1:15 PM

     

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