8.11.2009

Pillow Bookends - pillowhappy

These lovely handmade bookends double as beanbags - what a perfect combo for a baby or child's room!


{Tuft of Grass}

See more bookends here, and other creations from pillowhappy's etsy shop here.

{A little off the subject, but these pear bookends would be a great wedding gift for the "perfect pair." Or, if you happen to have a friend who just had a little girl named Poppy (I do!), see here.}

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2 comments:

Amy S. said...

These look so organic and natural. What a fun idea to base a nursery on!

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