Better Homes and Gardens Storage magazine just came out and look at the goodness on page 56. That's a duvet cover I made out of Fantasia Sherbert (if you have Superman vision, you can see how I beautifully matched the seams where it falls over the bed- thank you). The awning I made out of the Michael Miller Turquoise Ta Dot (now discontinued) and the pillow bolsters are the Michael Miller Turquoise Snuggle Up (discontinued). I can only take credit for those items- the concept and room was put together by Pamela Porter, an interior designer whose work you will often see in Better Homes & Gardens publications. This is actually her daughter's room. She produced this piece for BH&G's Kids Room magazine to be published last January, but Kids Room was axed before that issue came out. So I made this stuff over a year ago and didn't think I'd ever see it again.
This is the closet in that room complete with Fantasia Sherbert curtains by moi bordered with Michael Miller's Pink Ta Dot (which was discontinued, but came back). The same Pink Ta Dot is on the french doors. That's a patchwork of various Michael Miller fabrics and Fantasia Sherbert on the window seat cover (my fabric, not my sewing).
It's so fun to see the room in print because Pamela literally emails me with what fabrics she wants and what she wants made and I have only a basic idea of how it is going to be used. She is so good at putting fabrics together and really comes up with combos I would never have imagined.
Check out the other room she designed on page 84 of the same mag- a guest/work/bonus room that she decorates with Amy Butler fabrics. You'll be intrigued and inspired by how she puts the fabrics together.
It's "Storage" magazine, a Better Homes & Gardens Special Interest Publication and will be on the newstand until December 25.