Updated: 2019-09-08 Views: 55
Yasmine： For those who yearn for a romantic， worldly and exotic element to mix in with their eclectic style， and who dream about crafting rooms with the farmhouse modern look.decorative pillow shams
Yasmine’；s pretty pattern is derived from antique Turkish kilim rugs in a muted， timeless palette that’s digitally printed onto our best-sellingpersonalized baby blankets， thick luxurious， rustic linen.
Every room tells a story… and there are many ways to tell the Yasmine story. Whether you’re looking to add a touch of pattern or go all out， we’ve crafted rooms that will help you start to tell your own farmhouse modern story.
In the bedroom：
Available as a duvet cover， throw， shams and decorative pillow so you can either dress your bed in total Yasmine.
…or simply just add a splash of exotic–like we did here by pairing the classic neutral and blue colors of our Maxwell Linen bedding.
Or， follow our lead and add a statement piece of furniture (like our custom-upholstered Yasmine Barrington Chair!) and our eye-catching Yasmine fringed throw.
In the living room：
Share your personality with custom-upholstery. In this look， we paired the worldly style of Yasmine with classic blue and white stripes， a Moroccan-inspired rug underfoot， and rustic accessories for a farmhouse-modern look.
It’s all about the accessories! Create a cultured eclectic vibe in your space by mixing natural， touchable textures with eye-catching patterns. Try using a sheepskin pillow or a nubby throw and pair with vibrant or unique prints.
Is the cultured eclectic look for you？ Comment below and tell us your favorite way to liven up your space.
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When I first organized my current craft studio, I created a unique craft organizer from quart-size paint cans. ?I wish I could take all the credit for the idea, but I had actually seen a picture of something similar in a magazine, with no instructions attached (though I never could remember which one), and thought, “Hey, I could do that!” ?My first organizer was made with store-bought, clean cans, and covered with simple scrapbooking papers. ?My next organizer was made as a gift for a friend, out of larger, 24-oz recycled infant formula canisters, and it was at that time that all of my friends began asking for instructions on how to make this organizer!! ?This is a fun and simple project, can be done in a few hours, makes a great gift or storage unit for your own studio, AND is a great way to recycle – it doesn’t get much better than that!