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24 February 2009

Sweet Dreams are made of these...

While juggling several missions and projects at once over here in Museville, I have also been on a constant and tireless quest to find the perfect linens for my antique iron bed I purchased recently. As chance would have it, (thanks to sfgirlbybay!) I happened to stumble across Red Ticking, a most beautiful shop, with quite possibly the perfect bedding for my little iron lovely.

Come and see!


Matteo Bedding
vintage wash linen and Egyptian cotton sheets & duvet cover
cashmere throw
and linen bolsters
Isn't that headboard fantastic?


Window display of the linen set in the Seattle shop.
I love the little chandelier, too. I just want it all.



Detail of Matteo linens
Is there anything better than vintage wash linen, Egyptian cotton, & cashmere?



Photo credit: Marley & Lockyer
Won't these gorgeous pillows that Ness made be beautiful on this bedding?




A slew of their hemp and linen pillows would fit the bill nicely and make the perfect backdrop for the gorgeous pillows Ness made for me, which will be front and center.



I'd love this basket full of Vintage European grain bags to be my laundry basket...



Unfortunately for me, these beautiful French concrete lamps sold already - but wouldn't they have been perfect lighting in the room to be?

Ahhh... sweet dreams, indeed.


Photos 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 &7 Red Ticking Website
Photo 4: Marley & Lockyer Blog

22 comments:

Terri said...

Oh, what beautiful things Isa. I hope you are able to find exactly what your heart desires. xo Terri

The Antiques Diva™ said...

What gorgeous linens... you could not do any better if you traveled to France, Belgium or Italy and went shopping for linens there yourself. Eye candy as always! Interestingly I just saw this same stone lamp for sell in Bussum, The Netherlands and it was selling for a song... I'm now regretting I didn't snap this up when I was there!

vicki archer said...

This linen is utterly scrumptious Isa, xv.

Country French Antiques said...

Oh my, love it all!!

BumbleVee said...

hahahha.. wouldn't the old prairie pioneers be laughing to see what they hated on their beds being coveted today? .... I prefer silks and lovely cottons myself....

Perhaps you could get some paints at craft shops (I've heard it's pretty good stuff..... rivals the look of stone) .... find a lamp you like and rework the base....

Blue Muse said...

Hi Terri! Having a fat enough wallet to purchase all my hearts desires is the biggest challenge! My poor credit card is screaming, "CODE BLUE!!" xo

Oh Antiques Diva, don't you hate regrets? It may possibly mean, however, that there is an even more perfect one waiting around the next corner! I read your blog, and I feel your pain of a move - although mine was much less painful, seeing that it was just across town. I hope it all settles in soon and I can't wait to read about all your new adventures and the beautiful things you run across! xo

Hi Vicki :) They did make my heart go seriously a'flutter. I can't wait to get my hands on them! xo

Hi Shawn! I've been over to see that heartsong house you have featured at least a dozen times this morning. I keep hoping that if I wish hard enough, it will show up here on my lot! ;) xo!


Hi Bumblevee, and welcome! Pioneers had egyptian cotton and cashmere? I don't know what they complained about then! LOL.

xo Isa

Coastal Nest. said...

Sweet Mercy, I think I have a new friend!
Thanks for sneakin over to my blog, I can see we could totally hang out together, sister!
Lisa

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Oh what a lovely site to dream in! Simply beautiful. And I want that little chandelier too. Who wouldn't?!? ,-)

Aunt Amelia
"The fragrance always remains in the hand that gives the rose."

once in a blue moon... said...

its all so dreamy... why is my life such a nightmare!

isa if you like to cook send me an email, i got a ? for you, bluemooniris at gmail~ later gator!

Blue Muse said...

Hi Lisa - Friend indeed! Fun times ahead! :) xo

Auntie Am! You can have the chandelier, my wallet objected in pain! I love your quotes :) xo

Jaaaaaaain, stop this crazy thing! LOL email sent. No nightmares allowed! hugs

--isapiza

Sarah Klassen said...

Hello, I just came across your pretty blog :) I love the headboard, it's so beautiful and unique!

cottage farm villa (cottagecharm) said...

Isa, yes the linens are very pretty. Sorry you missed out on the lamps! I know what you mean about wanting it all!!!

ness lockyer said...

Isa,
I can not WAIT to see it all together...especially with my little pillows!!! I am off to look at that Red Ticking site now.
Ness xx

Cathy said...

Your blog is beautiful, Isa, and your photos are amazing. I enjoyed every minute of my visit.

jerseygirl211 said...

Good Morning Isa,

The linens will all look fantastic on the bed, I hope the 'money tree' ;) in your yard produces lots of those nice green bills. LOL

Hugs
'D'

Miss Kris said...

Ooooo...Egyptian cotton sheets, cashmere throw, antique iron bed, I LIKE your world Isa! Such pretty images, love them all!

So glad I found your beautiful blog! ~Miss Kris~

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Don't you just love beautiful fine linens??! They even make laundry day a pleasure.

Millie said...

What a fantastic array of gorgeousness Isa. Where does one start!
Millie ^_^

The Antiques Diva™ said...

Hi Isa... Just a quick note to let you know I've declared "Your Blog is Fab" and given you an award! Come check it out at http://antiquesdiva.blogspot.com/2009/02/your-blog-is-fabulous-award.html
Bisous,
Toma, aka The Antiques Diva

Helen said...

Dear Isa, the photos, fabrics and textures in your post today are just scrumptous!!! The lamps (which you didn't get) are amazing. Perhaps another day, another shopping expedition ....
You always make me want to take everything out of my home and begin all over again .........

Elizabeth said...

wow
absolutly gorgeous

FullBloomCottage said...

How beautiful, I am so glad I found your blog. I love Matteo linens, they are the best.
-Loretta
Full Bloom Cottage