While admiring and gushing over the Opal Petit Clothier blog from Tammi Swanson (that I wrote about yesterday) I fell in love with Tammi’s daughter Mia’s room. It is gorgeous, romantic, a throw back to a simpler time, just jump over and take a peek at Snowball her sweet bunny.
Not only do I love the room and the bunny and the pram but I also fell in love with the bedding… it is covered in ruffles and so lush looking. While reading the post I found out that the bedding is made by Leigh Chandler from Papillon Linens and quickly flew over to find out more information.
The following is the press release about her company from her website:
1993, Leigh Chandler
decided to turn her lifelong love of textiles into a business. She had a
particular love for the beautiful, casually elegant bedding of
sold her thriving company in 2000 and stayed on until 2005, at which point she
decided to get back to her true love – working with 100% linen in the old
European styles. Now based in
company Papillon Linens
creates products of enduring versatility, charm and beauty. With the
classic padded satin stitch embroidery of Old
Leigh Chandler has had her products featured in many magazines over the years such as Accessory Merch, Atlanta Homes, Better Homes Bedroom & Bath, Better Homes & Gardens, Bon Appetite, Bridal Guide, Coastal Living, Cottage Living, Country Living, Country Home, Country Living Gardener, Country Living Holidays, Domino, Elle Décor, Good Housekeeping, HFN, Home Accents Today, Home Companion, Home Décor, Home Textiles, House Beautiful, In Furniture, In Style, LDB, Lucky, Modern Bride, Romantic Homes, San Diego Home & Garden, Southern Accents, Style, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The New York Times, Town & Country, Veranda, Victoria, Woman's Day and many more...
I yearn for some bedding like this… one day.