Brenda of Cozy Little House says that I must have run a B&B in a former life. But there is nothing "former" about it. And it includes lunch and dinner too! Maybe she means I got paid. And isn't it nice to think so.
It's only family that comes to visit. But there are a lot of beds involved, and they all need freshening for the new arrivals.
I love fresh cottons so it isn't a chore. And now that I have a bunch of grand-daughters I get to indulge pink to my heart's content.
My pin bag is a flea market rescue. Some of the old unique clothespins I have shown on the Cabin & Cottage blog have come from here. I know there are limitless darling cute pin bags out there, but I love the honesty of this one. Made of heavy canvas with large hasty-looking stitches, it was never meant as a work of art.
You may know that I love collecting and using vintage linens. Vintage print bed sheets in good condition are harder to find. This one is Dan River from a former time, and similar to one I posted last week.
Ninety percent of my bed linen is thrifted. Beautiful linen can be quite expensive otherwise, so I can indulge myself to the limit. And I have the bulging dressers and linen closets to prove it!
Like a lot of you, I love Rachel Ashwell designs, and I spring for a new set maybe once in a season. The sheet on the left is hers.
These designs shown side by side are thrifted Ralph Lauren.
Vintage pink pillow slips.
Nice to have you visiting at the Cabin & Cottage Guest House! Hurry back!
Ciao! for now!
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