Thursday, February 18, 2010

How to get your Lulu

When I do a room set, I connect with the product. 
I wanted to put a more detailed post up to let you know which patterns we used for each of our Lulu projects. I also wanted to show you that we used a variety of big beautiful vintage buttons to finish off the duvet. If you can find these, it is a little less expensive and more whimsical than new.
The muslin curtain worked perfectly to filter the light in the room. 
We developed a light tab curtain with the 63"wide unbleached 
muslin from Eugene Textiles. It is fabulous to work with and has a great weight. Every designer is going to want this! You can crinkle dye it to achieve your own style.
Then finally I took Pattern E from Lulu and simply stapled it on
a canvas. This fit perfectly in the salvage oak window frame! Any questions on how we achieve our designs or what fabrics you will need please email me at

Monday, February 8, 2010

Living la vida Lulu!

I just have to thank Erick Wolfmeyer for his fabulous vision, Caroline Trumpold for making the scrumptious duvet and gorgeous shams, my daughter Aubrey for being my model who now wants everything Lulu! This is my vision for this beautiful line. We have reprinted the collection and used in the way it was meant to be seen here at our Fern Hill Studio. Enjoy, and bring some Camelot home today.