La Fornella farmhouse-bedroom
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La Fornella Farmhouse Bedroom, Atlanta

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lamps - Any information on the lampshades would be welcome.
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I had them custom made in Italy from antique linens. I then applied the button embellishment.
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Mike Dietrich added this to Decorating With Antiques: Luxurious Linens
Here some delicate old shams and pillowcases — probably English — stack against one another, creating a plump and comfortable look in a farmhouse-style bedroom. I have some similar antique English pillow shams that have lasted for years and years. Their longevity is due to the fact that we never lie against them; the handwork is way too delicate for that. They are really for looks and ambience, not sleeping. As a result, they need only very occasional washing (maybe every couple of years). I soak them in Biz and then machine wash and dry them on delicate. If the linens are extra delicate, they should be washed by hand. Any needed repairs should be done right away. (“A stitch in time … ”) Many cities have professionals who can be called on to do any difficult restoration work.

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raylorraine added this to Ray's lake bedroom
love soft look of pillow covers
bannantyne added this to Bedroom Ideas
L"abat-jour..... Utiliser un chapeau comme abat-jour
Gina added this to nursegina63's Ideas
Linens can be used to decorate, even in 2015.

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