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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Heritage Lace - PiP Studio



Today I thought I would share with you some fun pink accents we added to our home this summer from Heritage Lace. They sent us several items from their PiP Studio line which my girls loved. In their minds everything should be pink. Ha!


We loved these cereal bowls.





I think my favorite part about both these little cups and the bowls is the fact that the print continues on the inside! It's such a fun and unexpected little touch.

The girls have hit the age where they love having tea parties so they loved the little server and tea set.

And these boxes are such a fun addition to their playroom.


This pillow has such a fun design stitched onto it.










You can see more info about their playroom along with before and afters and a detailed source list here in this post.







Thank you so much to Heritage Lace for providing us with these items. All opinions are my own.


14 comments:

  1. Gosh I love everything you do!!! You are such an inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing your spaces with everyone...and those cups and plates are amazing!!

    Stephanie

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  2. Thanks for sharing!
    Where can I find the chalkboards - in your kitchen and play area to buy? Details, please.

    Nan, Odessa, DE alderson@udel.edu

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    1. Hi, Nan! We made the chalkboard in our kitchen, and the chalkboard easel was something we made over (you can read more about it here: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2014/05/some-more-projects-in-our-playroom.html)

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  3. The little cups are so sweet. I bet the girls do love them. I'm still loving that rosy pink chandy in their playroom too. It's just so delightful and fun, and the color is perfect.

    Cindy

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  4. Love everything about this room!!
    xoxo

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  5. I love those beautiful cups and the tiered pastry stand is so lovely...dish envy here! I just love that big chalkboard in your kitchen too. I enjoy your blog!

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  6. Those dishes remind me a bit of my favourite china pattern Chirp by Lenox. Super cute.

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  7. Waiting for your reveals are better than Christmas! There are some days I am having such a gloomy, don't want to do anything kind of day and I see your latest post and it always, without fail brightens my day! Please don't ever get "weary in well doing" your blog is such a "happy place" in these trying times we live in...I know sometimes "we" feel like it is taking too much of our time and seems materialistic but our homes are truly a place of refuge for our families and blogs like yours keep women motivated to become better at being a wife and mother :) Thank you for blessing me :)

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    1. Thank you so much! It has been a particularly long day, and you have no idea how much your comment blessed me! You are so sweet to take the time to write.

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  8. Love it! Where can I find a small cup holder such as the one you have pictured above?

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  9. Hi Jennifer! My name is Kim-I also live in Williamsburg, VA. We just purchased new living room furniture and now I need to replace the curtains. We purchased the model home and it had those nice, heavy curtains with a cornice above. My husband really likes them and wants me to do the same thing. Do you know of a place that sells that type of curtain locally? I have also thought of buying panels and making my own cornice-doesn't look too hard. I found a few tutorials online. Any thoughts or advice? I love your decorating style and would like to incorporate into my own home. :0)
    Thanks!! Kim

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    1. Thanks, Kim! I don't think Savvy sells curtains, but they have a lady there named Denise that is a decorator and would probably have some info on that. Feel free to contact us and we can forward along her contact info:

      http://www.dearlillie.com/contact

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