Welcome To personalized gift for mom
HOME:personalized gift for mom > personalized gifts for him for >
personalized gifts for him for birthday Get the Look- Blue & White Living Room funny cushion covers
Updated: 2020-01-20 10:50

Was there ever a more classic color palette than blue and white? It’;s a combination that has stood the test of time, but that doesn’;t mean you can’;t interpret this perfect pairing in a more modern way. In this living room, we used solid upholstery and white walls (in Benjamin Moore’;s White Dove) to create a cleanpersonalized gifts for him for birthday, uncluttered room that lets bold drapery and a patterned rug shine.

Our Charlotte Drapery Panels are the star of the space, beautifully framing a garden view and bringing personality and whimsy to the space. With a traditional floral pattern, our Lindley rug acts as a foil, bringing a tribal element to the room.

bed pillow covers

Shop all the pieces in this room:

Charlotte Drapery Panels

Hayes Ottoman in Charlotte Fabric

Eton Chair in Suzanne Kasler’;s Signature 13oz. Linen in Indigo

Lindley Rug

Eton Sofa in Suzanne Kasler’;s Signature 13oz. Linen in Blanc

Garden Seat in Bronze

Olivia Mirrored Side Table

Parker Pom Pom Raffia Pillow

Blue Note Art

Charlotte Pillow

Hanover Table Lamp

Find morecolor palette ideas, or browse ourPinterest boardsfor more inspiration!

Did you like this post and find it helpful? Rate it below and share your thoughts in the comments.

Here is an easy guide to making your own burp cloths! They are super simple and perfect for beginners. Find more easy homemade baby gifts here to make!

Quite a few moms need to use an electric breast pump to produce and store milk for their babies. For these moms, breastfeeding may not be practical, and using powdered milk won't provide enough nutrition for their babies.

We’re just a few weeks away from Baby #3 and since we didn’t find out the sex this time, and I don’t want a gender neutral nursery, I’m planning and designing for both genders and will be ready to place my orders from the hospital bed!This was inspiration for Aniston’s nursery, that I clearly didn’t use. It’s the only inspiration that I still gravitate to. This is very gender neutral, but I envision bunting for a girl and framed maps and a globe for a boy.I like how this bunting is used over the window {from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child}I’m much more realistic when it comes to bedding the third time around. In lieu of the bedskirt {that only works when the crib is at a certain height}, bumper {which is used intermittently} and quilt {which isn’t used until the age of 1}, I’m opting for an inexpensive, but beautiful cable knit stroller blanket that will be monogrammed. I’ll pair it with Pottery Barn Kid’s chamois fitted crib sheet – my favorite!