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I’m feeling the need for some Etsy pillow love.  How ’bout you?  I’ve had a sick kid home for most of the week, so we’ve been doing our fare share of pillow cuddling over here.  Today I thought I’d share the Etsy shop that supplied the mosaic pillow cover found on our guest bed.

This heavy duty, high quality linen cover hails from Be Still.  The Australian designer, Sarah Robinson, is the mastermind behind the fun pillow covers available in the Be Still shop.  From geometric to floral to textured, there’s something for everyone.

Don’t they look lovely against such a light and airy backdrop?  Prices range from $20 on sale all the way up to $40-$75 for higher end designs.  I love that the fabrics and their patterns are unique. Not something you’d find in local American craft stores.  Be Still also offers cloth napkins that would totally rock my table linen world.

I should really consider adding some printed cloth napkins to my entirely solid collection.  Heck, I could probably DIY some.

So there’s yet another Etsy shop that I’ve purchased from and continue to sap over.  The prices aren’t the cheapest but neither is the quality.  You could always hint to your significant other, family or friends that you’d adore a Be Still gift certificate.  Yeah, they’re available.

FYI – I was not compensated in any way for this post.  I just love sharing great Etsy shops.

images:  1) Dana Miller for House*Tweaking  2&3) collages by Dana Miller using Sarah Robinson’s images

13 Comments

17.February.2011

That mosaic pillow cover you have is one of my faves in the shop. I just need to bite the bullet and order a pillow. Love the shop.

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17.February.2011

Thank you so much for sharing this shop! Great textiles aren’t always easy to find, and Sarah seems to supply them in spades — Definitely adding “be still.” to my Etsy bookmarks.

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18.February.2011

thanks for the heads-up! i’m looking for new pillows and these designs are right up our alley.

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18.February.2011

ps… i copied the canvas dropcloth headboard idea and i can’t say enough great things about it. the hubs and i had quite the debate about whether to use the seamed dropcloth or the one without the seam. we chose the seam and love it! thanks so much.

you can see it in this post… http://jancers.blogspot.com/2011/01/whats-for-lunch.html

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18.February.2011

Wow! Thanks so much Dana. I really appreciate the coverage. I am currently offering a giveaway of an $80 gift voucher. Entries close 22 February 2011. Details are on the be still facebook page http://www.facebook.com/bestillhomewares

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18.February.2011

BEAUTIFUL. I love a one-stop shop for great fabrics.

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18.February.2011

I love the cloth napkins. I was looking for some fun napkins the other day and wasn’t having any luck. Never thought about Etsy I will check this out.

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18.February.2011

I love,love the frame over the bed! Would you mind sharing where you got it?

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18.February.2011

Very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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18.February.2011

Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!!!!

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19.February.2011

I love your guest room! I just got the same fabric from your ottoman to make pillows for my living room. You taste is fabulous!

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Hi Dana, I’m Dana! :) I just found your blog and I’m lovin’ it!! I adore your barn door and..well everything about your house really! I love your style! Just wanted to say hey and that I’m a new follower :) Hope you’re having a great weekend!
Dana
http://southerninspired.blogspot.com/

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17.November.2011

I saw your feature at Today’s Creative Blog and had to come visit. First thing I noticed and loved was your pillows, which is so unlike me, I’m not a pillow person usually, but ohgoodgolly you’ve got some of the best! Thanks for all the supercool photos and links. :)

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