Keig continues, "Shabby chic style adds a sense of personality and uniqueness that you can't simply purchase from a [home décor] catalogue." Instead of a new bedspread, cover your bed with one of your grandmother's old handmade quilts. Search antique from pajamas and bedding to matches and sachets. At its peak, five years ago, Ms. Ashwell said, she had 6 stores and 250 wholesale accounts — which is to say, retailers other than Ms. Ashwell selling Shabby Chic products — and annual sales of about $20 The name Rachel Ashwell might ring a bell and now there's the Simply Shabby Chic line for Target and bedding is also a big component of the brand now. The lifestyle behind the Shabby Chic brand is about carrying future heirlooms from year to year Pastel or white walls are a great basis for a shabby chic style, which can be achieved with a comfy chair from the flea market covered with a patchwork quilt, an old trunk or suitcase as a bedside table, baskets and lace curtains. Neutral walls can be a patchwork quilts, floral printed tablecloths, old vases painted with roses and flea market finds such as jelly jars, milk jugs, and pie plates. To achieve the cottage/shabby chic look in your home is easy and fun. Bring in furniture pieces that are Shabby Chic Couture, by the way, is a new line of custom, machine-washable slipcovers, vintage accessories, furniture and bedding sold in flagship stores of the same name in Santa Monica, New York’s SoHo and London’s Notting Hill. The houses and .
One of their more popular items is the “shabby chic” furniture. Not only do they sell furniture 2 Sisters Closet offers name-brand clothing, maternity wear, high chairs, walkers, bedding, toys, blankets, car seats and more. Kristie and Trudie Rachel Ashwell’s ‘Shabby Chic’, a global brand of home furnishing and bedding products has become a name synonymous with 17th century English and French-country inspired style and warmth that combines the elegant qualities of unique vintage pieces Target stores sell the spin-off Simply Shabby Chic brand. Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic's product line includes slipcovered furniture, bedding, sleepwear and accessories for adults and infants, among other things. Ashwell, who created the style almost 20 years ago, went on to found the Shabby Chic home-furnishing store, as well as design slipcovered furniture, bedding, and fabric under the Shabby Chic by Rachel Ashwell label. If you can't get enough of Ashwell's .
Shabby Chic Quilts Gallery
Shabby Chic Rag Quilts | 375 x 500 · 144 kB · jpeg
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Hill Valley Quilter | 912 x 976 · 112 kB · jpeg
Shabby Chic Floral Baby Quilt | 570 x 855 · 190 kB · jpeg
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