Monday, March 1, 2010

More Denyse Schmidt inspiration

So I was flipping through Land of Nod this weekend.
(can you tell I love to get inspiration from free catalogs?)
And look what I found:
Denyse Schmidt!
And lots of other good stuff.

12 comments:

  1. They have an outlet very close by and I'm stalking it, waiting for the curtains so I can chop them up!

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  2. I saw it. I want it. I MUST move to the US - then I can go to pottery barn and get the single girl quilt as well as the crib set from land of nod (for my imaginary baby girl!)

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  3. Is it bad if I want it for my room????

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  4. lovely!! I did hear or actually read though that the quality of the curtains is not good, I believe I saw it in a flickr thread, or someone eles's blog, another gal had ordered a swatch of the fabric and said the thread count it NOT like Denyse Schmidt fabrics, lovely to look at though!

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  5. What a fun room that would be to grow up in! Love the colors.
    I will catch up with you this week and bring you your little chocolate fix.

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  6. My favorite thing about Land of Nod, besides cute pictures like the ones you posted, are their names. Someone there is a naming genius.

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  7. i love land of nod!!! this bedding is amazing

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  8. Denyse Schmidt has been calling to me alot lately too! Love her stuff. I am working on making her free pattern download of the Scottie Dog today for my new little grand daughter.

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  9. Quite thankful there's no store near me or I'd have to go and pet the quilts... and that might be a little odd. Hee!

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  10. i love that nursery... good thing i don't have a kid yet!!

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  11. Forget the kids - I want those linens for ME! And the wallhanging. And the color.....

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