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Girls Room Update: Embroidered Eyelet Sheets & Window Treatment

I've been dying to show you these sweet, widely embroidered eyelet sheets for the girls bed, compliments of my newest sponsor, The Bed and Bath Hut.

But first, let me remind you all to enter my current giveaway...a dress from Shabby Apple.  Enter HERE.


A couple of weeks ago I shared with you all one of the rooms we've, for the most part, completed at the house.  It's Kalyn's and Ashton's room which you can see more of HERE and if you want a real shocker, you can see what it and the rest of this house looked like before we moved in HERE.


The white sheets are 400 thread count and have a deep, eyelet lace embroidery.  They're beautiful, and soooo soft.  I surprised Kalyn and Ashton by having them laundered and on the bed when they returned home from a night at Grandma's and Grandpa's house.
They also come in all of the colors shown below, and for only $59 you get the set (two pillowcases, a flat sheet and a fitted sheet) ... delivered to your door!  No shipping fee!

Isn't the detail in these sheets lovely?   I just love the crisp pop of white...it's so fresh looking.  Eyelet is so dainty.


Here's the bed made up BEFORE, without the eyelet sheets 


And AFTER, with the addition of the eyelet sheets:



The Bed and Bath Hut carries a full range of bed and bath linens ...almost 4,000 different items!  They have comforters, baby bedding, quilts, bed in bag sets, duvets, and 2000 or so sheet sets.
I have my eye on this set of Battenburg sheets for my bed.  


I also made some changes to the window treatment in this room.  The drapes (fabric shower curtains) are hung on an extra rod which hangs on coat hooks rather than traditional drapery hardware.  Above them, in between the hooks, is a matching topper.  Before, and because I just used the first thing I could find that I already had to hang these on (I am impatient), I used a silver rod...we've swapped that out for another one I had and just got unpacked.   It is a perfect match to the gold tones in the leaves of the hooks and window topper.  See the difference.


BEFORE with the silver rod


AFTER with the antiqued gold rod.  Better, don't you agree?


The girls don't have a view outside their window so we also hung an embroidered cotton panel to allow light to flow in. Although my photos are not good, I love the way the sun shines through these light cotton panels, highlighting the embroidered work.

I am still working on the rest of the house and will share more updates soon. 

If you visit please let them know that I sent you over.




I used to lie between cool, clean sheets at night after I'd had a bath, after I had washed my hair and scrubbed my knuckles and finger-nails and teeth. Then I could lie quite still in the dark with my face to the window with the trees in it, and talk to God.
                          ~Frances Farmer~

Comments

  1. How beautiful! I love the sheets! I will have to keep them in mind for when i get new sheets later in the year. $59 is not bad for those cute sheets. i love the girls room. It is beautiful.

    I hope the rest of the house goes well for you and I look forward to seeing the pictures!!!

    Heather

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  2. Love how the bed looks with the eyelet. I love all the colors it comes in too. good price point! Hey you are right, the gold rod is a better fit. xxoo

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  3. So pretty, love the eyelet.
    Dropping by from Met Monday. I hope you'll come see the safari nursery.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  4. Beautiful sheets and their room is gorgeous. I do agree the white adds a pop of freshness and the gold rod is also better. I know they enjoy it very much. Hugs, Marty

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  5. Great job on the girls room. Those sheets sound like an amazing deal.

    - The Tablescaper

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  6. What a gorgeous room! I love the bedding, specially the eye lit sheets, what a deal, too! I agree on the white and the gold rod! Stunning, Nancy. Thanks for sharing these. Come and visit if you can. Hugs, FABBY.

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  7. Love the sheets, they certainly made a difference. Love the girls room. Thanks for sharing. Ginger :)

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  8. Your new sheets are beautiful. And that bed is positively stunning! :)

    ~Liz

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  9. I really like the new look. The sheets are very nice and the price is right too. I love white sheets during the summer...just feel light and cooler to me.

    The gold rod is a match. You've done so much to this house ~ am anxious to see the rest.

    Pat

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  10. The sheets are lovely but the bed cover and the curtains and drapes are wonderful, too. Lucky girs who get to share the beauty.

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  11. Nancy, I know your girls enjoy time in this beautiful space. The eyelet sheets make a wonderful statement. Love the addition! I'll go visit. I just might need some of those for our guest room. ~ Sarah

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  12. I do so love those eyelet sheets Nancy!! You gave me an idea for my bed as I have a ruffled sheet that would look great used like this! Thanks!

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  13. YOUR HOME IS SO ROMANTIC I LOVE THE DETAIL OF YOUR SHEETS SO LOVELY..HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY

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  14. Love the bedding - love the 'tweeks'!

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  15. Nancy,
    The sheets are beautiful but the whole picture with the bed and everything is just magnificent!! Gorgeous!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  16. Omigosh! What an absolutely bedding, and that bedroom is amazing, especially the canopy!

    Stopping by from Mod Mix Monday!
    -Marie

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  17. Nancy, the sheets made a lovely difference. I love the way the white stands out against the colors and patterns.

    And, the gold tone rod makes a big difference, too.

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  18. Your girls bedroom is perfectly lovely! Those eyelet sheets are adorable, I would love some of those and it sounds like their prices are very reasonable. I wonder if they ship to Canada.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  19. I am so happy you linked this gorgeous room and bedding to Treasure Hunt Thursday. It is absolutely delicious!! I wouldn't want to get out of bed.
    Rhonda

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  20. Nancy, those eyelet sheets were the icing on the cake. The room is gorgeous!!

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  21. What beautiful eyelet sheets. Love the room, so pretty. Thanks for sharing the loveliness. Karie

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  22. Beautiful sheets and the room is also very lovely.

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  23. Nancy,
    That is a gorgeous bed. I love the wooden piece above the bed. That is so pretty. Thanks for linking it up at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  24. I love beautiful sheets and I've been looking for a set with the eyelet in white. Love them!

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  25. Those sheets are so beautiful! Add so much to the bed! Terrific!
    Kathy

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  26. So pretty! Thanks for linking with Air Your Laundry Friday! xo Jami

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  27. Great Blog!

    I am just reminding everyone about tonights link party that runs Friday evening through Mondays!
    I also have an ongoing give away link party now too.
    Hope to see you soon.
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/
    come strut your stuff

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  28. I love those eyelet sheets and yes the brass rod is so much better. I thought the window looked great before but now that I see it with the new rod ....way better. Thanks for linking up to Mod Mix Monday!

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  29. I so love these awesome sheets very dressy, romantic and a bit of vintage as well real nice job

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