Just found these drum shade pendant lights made from the Earth colorway of my Amusement Park fabric collection. Lovely! They're available here and here from Shades of Light.
They're so pretty. I actually ooooooo'ed out loud when first saw them.
So cool! Mum's proud again!
Thanks. Are you going to cut them out and hang them on the fridge?
These are fabulous! I would definitely cut them out and hang them on the fridge. Or alternatively, buy one and hang it in my dining room.
Oh these are to die for. Just what our dining room is calling out for.
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Very, very cool!
I might cut them out and hang them on my own fridge-- they are that cool. :)
So... would they then be refrigerator lights?Very trendy lights, by the way.
They're already on the fridge. Yep, refrigerator lights! ;)
hey, your fabric design was used for a pair of little girl fleece pjs that my daughter got for christmas. Was made for Superstore/ Loblaws groacery store (Joe line of clothing) up here in Canada. I could send a photo if you like. :)
oh, those are awesome! They might be what I need for the living room. We painted it a goldish color with the antiqued ivory trim and now are looking for accents. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Jess!I love your blog and always come here to get great ideas!xoxocasadenos2.blogspot.com
The one on the left is available in the blue and green colorway also; it's quite striking!
Zreekee, I am curious, since to my knowledge, my designs were never printed on fleece. Maybe it's a look-alike? Interesting!
Hi! I found your blog today via 'Decor8' and wanted to tell you a couple of things. I love, love,love your fabric - I am designing a family room for a client and chose the 'Fireworks' and 'Calliope' in natural as the main fabrics!! I found them on fabric.com...that being said, I posted on my blog last week about orange and would love for you to visit to see my posts! I also drive an orange bug...anyway, love your blog too!
These are wonderful! I would absolutely cut them out and hang them on the refrigerator. Otherwise, buy one and hang it in my dining area. I really adore them.
Another fabric sighting. Sometimes you light up a room. Other times you stop doors (not traffic -- unlike a certain Icelandic volcano that shall remain nameless, mostly because I can't pronounce it): http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/la/diy/fun-and-easy-diy-doorstop-idea-095678
I'm honored to stop doors. Much more constructive than stopping traffic.
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