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By Sarah Culbertson

Once upon a time a fashion plate from Seattle met a childrens retailer from Chicago, and it was love at first sight.  After spending a lot of time together at the mall, they both knew it was a perfect match. So Sarah packed up her fabulous Kate Spade suitcase and headed for the Windy City. Where they lived happily ever after, designing and developing textiles for little kiddos everywhere. 

  • http://profile.typepad.com/bethrago Bethrago

    Oh, Sarah! I, too, was smitten with the Ooh La La bedding and loved it so much I am using it again in my second daughter’s crib! In fact, I just tweeted a picture today of the gingham bumper paired with a lovely polka dot sheet! (who knew the two patterns could look so delightful together…)

    I am a lover of anything French and French inspired. Loved this post!
    -Elizabeth

  • Kristin

    I love the first room. What color would you paint the walls so the room isn’t to grey?

  • Sarah

    Hi Kristin,

    I would probably paint it in Benjamin Moore Wild Aster. I actually have this color in my bedroom- I love it! Technically this is a pink color but it has a lot of grey undertones and reads very much like a neutral. As the day moves on the light really changes the color from a soft taupe-ish color to a warmer pink. It would pair beautifuly with the Garden Party Duvet and add a slight contrast to all of the blue and grey hues without losing th softness of the palette.

    http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/wildaster

    Best- Sarah