Does anyone know of any baby bedding companies that are run by good people who give back to their communities? Preferably companies that make linens in a colorful block print or check or plaid? I always loved the bedding above by Rickshaw Design but they seem to be out of the crib set business.
And I haven’t found any similar John Robshaw or Roberta Roller Rabbit ones in production either.
Luckily, the crib style we like is traditional, common, and basic, so we were able to order an affordable one from Target (which is a very socially responsible company, by the way – yay!).
And I plan to get simple crib sheets that can get messy and be changed frequently. So we have a little budget for a pre-made crib set. But I’m not seeing much I like out there, so I’m thinking I may need to order some fabric and beg my mom to teach me to sew my own…?
One last thing before the weekend. Don’t these look so refreshing for a hot afternoon? Rhubarb and Ginger Spritzers from Hawaii, via England. They remind me a bit of one of my favorite drinks, a gin gin mule. I’m going to go to the Casey Farm coastal growers market tomorrow morning for some fresh ginger and rhubarb. Finally a good use for the leftover recycled paper straws that a friend from etsy made for our wedding last year. Cheers!
Move over DVF… People Tree has perfected the jersey dress. I just love the shoulder pleats, flowy sleeves, and simple cuffs on this Marie dress. And it comes in black too.
How about this tea dress in breezy cotton? Pretty, feminine, sexy and proper all at once.
Stuff like this is giving me fun thoughts of Fall, crisp air, crunching leaves and the back-to-school season, but for now we’ve got a whole glorious last month of summer to enjoy. Happy warm weekends!
For my sister Rosy’s 30th birthday, she got a little rose quartz necklace hidden inside one of these great deep Roberta Roller Rabbit beach bags.
Each block printed bag is crafted by founder Roberta Freymann with the help of artisans in India. And their work goes way beyond bags. Don’t you just love the pom poms on this scarf?
And these cushy beach towels.
Pretty kurtas and flowy shirts too.
And at long last I’ve found curtains for our house in RI. Breezy and bright to dress up our white washed walls.
And I’m back, inspired by the new FEED India Collection. I’m obsessed!
These block print beauties are handmade by artisans working in India, and their proceeds provide school meals for children there.
I hope you’ve all been enjoying the summer. I’m headed to Kennebunkport tonight to celebrate my little sister’s 30th, and then home to RI tomorrow to watch the Olympics. Happy Friday!