So， what do you do when you’ve spent all that time (and money) creating the perfect， most beautiful， nursery for your precious little guy or galaccent pillow case baby canvas home decor， and the unthinkable happens…they grow up!？customized gifts for mom
It seems to happen before you know it…our little babies turn into little toddlers， and then little kids.？ And then all of the sudden， they’re climbing out of their crib and begging to sleep in a “big boy bed”.？ (Yes， I’m drawing on personal experience here.)
Never fear…Carousel Designs has just launched our Kids Bedding line!
We now offer a full line of twin， full， and queen bedding!？ Our duvet covers， pillow cases and shams， and bed skirts will help transition your little guy as he grows out of his crib but you don’t want to completely redecorate his room.
And while we currently have just a few of our kids bedding collections photographed on our website， but you can always call us to get our kid-sized pieces in whatever fabrics you want.
We’ll be introducing new kids bedding collections over the next few months so check back often!
The summer season has officially started here in Chicago, and the urge to spend every moment outside is hard to resist. We love the idea of bringing the same modern simplicity in your home and taking it outside, whether it’s a picnic in the park or throwing your own backyard summer soirée.
Lately we’ve been updating our lighting around the house. We did our hearth room lighting and then changed out a few hallway?fixtures and turned them into recessed lights. In addition to those projects, we also changed out our two story foyer lighting, retrofitted four more recessed lights, and installed a ceiling fan in our family room! Whew. It was an expensive month. While lighting is a great way to change up décor, it is definitely not cheap! So while I’m over here showing you my latest love (and a major change for us), I also gathered up my favorite chandeliers for less than $150? (yes, that is right). Why? Because you deserve a lighting refresh, but without feeling all uber mom?guilty.? << I’m with you.
Hi, it’s Lee from Freshly Pieced, and I’m back with another piecing basics tutorial—this time we’re going to be tackling curved sewing in a Drunkard’s Path block!