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Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
Ideabooks6,396
Questions6
I have a quilt that I would like to use as a headboard... how would I get it to hang without damaging it?
Love the bedding and quilt.where is it from?
What hardware did you use to hang the quilt?
we are Chinese manufacturer of computer quilting machine.it is used for quilting bedding,bedspreads covers,fabric,textile,garments.if you could interested in quilting machine .
we are Chinese manufacturer of computer quilting machine.it is used for quilting bedding,bedspreads covers,fabric,textile
textile,garments.if you could interested in quilting machine .
quilt behind the bed- maybe the blue and white one, or maybe my modern one?
the chest at th foot of the bed and the quilt hanging behind the bed
I like the warmth of the wooden window frames reflected in the wall quilt and the bed blanket
“Headboard is a quilt” — romaineriddle
GIL WALSH INTERIORS
11 Reviews
Halpert at the Vineyard
Ideabooks2,894
Questions3
it's a quilt, custom made for GWI.
LOve the quilt on the table
Quilt idea is great. Lighting is unique
Quilt on the table with black high-back chairs
quilt table cloth, floor, long buffet, walls
1. Give an old quilt a new purpose. While you wouldn't want to eat on Grandma's priceless heirloom, vintage quilts picked up at thrift shops can make fabulous tablecloths. Spot clean it between uses and give it a full wash only when really necessary.
When you look at a quilt, think of the woman or
the only manner available to them. Using a quilt as a tablecloth allows you to touch it, trace the stitches and study it up close. But if it is a vintage piece, you might want to add a glass top if you are actually going to eat on it.
“quilt as tablecloth” — margielynnj
Lola Nova
Colorful Childhood
Ideabooks930
Questions0
love the quilts, star, & vintage feel.
Simplr and cozy, lace curtain and quilt give and cosy country feeling
A "patchwork of treasured pieces," this handmade quilt from Smith's childhood provides a colorful experience for her daughter's bed today.
This child's bedroom is a treasure trove of personality; the patchwork quilts add to the warm, homespun feeling. The room is in the home of Lola Nova, aka Alexandra
“Patchwork quilt” — theamazingnessofmeandmypigeon
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks1,726
Questions7
How is this quilt prepared for mounting?
I have a quilt one grandmother made for the other....the edges are shabby and I would like to be able to hang it as art.
Where can i find that quilt? I need something that size
"Quilts aren't just for the bed. In this masculine living room a stunning example of a crazy quilt hangs as art on the wall. Unlike most quilts, crazy quilts are pieced together
possibly hang quilt, or other textile
Crazy quilt like from Grandma's quilt box
ANTIQUE QUILT The humble quilt is a quintessential form of textile art. Quilts tell stories and relay information — both political and social. They are passed down through generations of families, and are
living room a stunning example of a crazy quilt hangs as art on the wall. Unlike most quilts, crazy quilts are pieced together from irregular scraps of fabric.
“brown wall and focal art” — awsewell
Teton Heritage Builders
1 Review
Lost Creek
Ideabooks4,003
Questions9
Do you know where the quilt was purchased?
this quilt came from Pottery Barn. I know, i have it. :-)
Hi Michelle, if you are looking for quilts that are NOT imported, I do commissioned quilts, Gallery here----> https://www.flickr.com/photos/longarmlinda contact me if interested! =)
we are Chinese manufacturer of computer quilting machine
machine.it is used for quilting bedding,bedspreads covers,fabric,textile,garments.if you could interested in quilting machine .
Rug, quilt on bed, pelt and/or animal fur.....
Quilt: This quilt creates a warm, at home atmosphere for this cozy cabin.
Quilts- well, this type... makes the room look old fashioned..
Quilt. Traditionally composed of three layers of fiber, quilts consist of a woven cloth top, a layer of batting and a woven back, all stitched together in decorative patterns. Different from other forms of bed covers because they are generally pieced together with many pieces of cloth, quilts are oc
“Bedroom” — dsmith87
Cozy Little House
garden room
Ideabooks596
Questions0
red of course, but love the quilt
I love quilts and quilted fabrics for decorating.
I like the idea of hanging a quilt
possibly a way to use gramma's quilt
Quilt hanging, pillows, coffee table, colors!
while a quilt of squares resembles a colorful Scrabble board. See the rest of this home
Don't limit yourself to one quilt per room. A mosaic-like quilt adorns the wall of this living room. On the sofa, a graphic red and white quilt is a handsome backdrop for two red and white checkered, quilted pillows
“Quilts” — bluetenn
Lola Nova
Colorful Childhood
Ideabooks737
Questions1
Where can I find the quilt and sheets?
Sorry in taking so long to answer, didn't see your question! The sheets are vintage raggedy ann and andy, look on Ebay. The quilt was handmade by my mother in the 70's, again you might have luck looking on Ebay.
I love that quilt & color scheme
Love quilts and mix matched patterns.
Use old quilt in JJs room!
patchwork quilt with printed sheets…the mix of textures will add to the warmth.
Homely beddingPatchwork quilts instantly make a bedroom feel inviting, and the more varied the fabrics used, the better. Traditionally, families living on farms made use of every scrap in their houses; patchwork quilts were
SMART STRATEGY: Don’t limit patchwork quilts to the bedroom – they can add charm to just about every room of the house. Throw a quilt over the back of a couch, pin one up as a wall hanging, or lay one over the dining table in between meals.
“Rústico e lindo. Próximo quartinho” — machadoc
Shelby Foster
Traditional home
Ideabooks853
Questions0
quilt storage (while still in sight).
good way to store linens/old quilts, but refold occasionally, so they don't develop fade lines
Idea of what to do with my linen, small woven rugs and quilts that
Need 1 of these to store the quilts
good way to display all the quilts we have. much better than stored away in a trunk
The cabinet displaying the quilts or tablecloths
There can never be too many quilts. Displaying extras in an open cabinet like this protects them while giving a tempting glimpse of their pattern and color.
“Storage” — bono53565
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