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Set of seven monogrammed Turkish cotton bath towels, $850.
Dragonfly tissue box cover, $40.
Monogrammed boudoir sham with lavender scalloped edge, $80.
Set of six Chine placemats, $480.
Pink-and-white gingham nightshirt, $80.
Hand-painted Bargello wastebaskets, $110 each.
Floral lamp, $375.
Canton hand-painted tray on a gilded faux bamboo stand, $425.
Great picture frames are a dime a dozen. Every other store on Armitage sells pretty flower vases. Heck, even Plum Market carries diffusers. But for whatever reason, it?s surprisingly difficult to get your hands on a well-dressed wastebasket.
We were thrilled to stumble across this pretty ikat can ($110)--just right for our home office--on the new website of Grace Hayes Fine Linens, a Chicago-based company founded by former Holly Hunt design house vice president Susan Mackenzie. (Grace and Hayes are the names of Mackenzie?s children.)
Call it the Lilly Pulitzer of linens: The brand?s aesthetic has a definite preppy bent. And Mackenzie is adamant that the goods--everything from plush, monogrammed bath towels to supersoft mohair throws--are meant to be used every day. (In other words, don?t save your fancy towels for guests--your own bod deserves the luxury.)
??Okay, dream scenario: We slip into the simple and feminine white cotton Bianca nightshirt ($65), right before snuggling up under a light herringbone throw ($225) for a little bedtime reading by the light of the charming Blue Ginger jar lamp ($495). ?
And if you?re really, really serious about blanket quality, there?s always the wildly luxurious cashmere version ($1,975), which has ?best nap ever? written all over it.
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