Today’s post isn’t just about pillows but about chasing your dreams, conquering your fears and accomplishing great things.
My blog friend Jen of City Farmhouse, who I’ve known for years now has launched her own pillow collection. She is not only the sweetest person but has amazing style and talent.
Her collection, the Montauk Pillow Collection is named after a beloved beach-side community at the very end of Long Island where Jen lives. She has combined the casual sensibility of this iconic destination, along with the hues of the coast and rich organic textures. She hand drew all the patterns herself and you can just feel how much love and passion went into her collection.
Plus these gorgeous pillows are 100% linen, are eco-sourced and printed ethically using a sustainable process. She is also giving 5% of sales to Girls, Inc.
Montauk Pillow Collection by City Farmhouse Co.
I know this has been a dream of Jen’s and to be honest it would be a dream of mine as well. So many times fears hold us back from accomplishing something like this and I admire Jen for just plowing through.
I love how beautiful the pillows look in Jen’s own lovely beach home. The colors and patterns truly embody what the beach looks like here on the east coast. Check out her entire shop HERE.
I am honored to have the Glennmore-Indigo pillows for my fireplace area now and I adore how they look with my large buffalo check pillows. (tip: use slightly larger inserts to stuff your pillows and make them look luxurious and full)
Don’t they look like they were made for my home? I think so!
Did you see the little twinkle lights reflected in the fireplace marble? Well, my mom is visiting and I started dragging some Christmas trees out already. My family and I never get to spend Christmas together, so this is a way for my mom and me to share some holiday cheer even if it’s only the beginning of November.
Willy and Oma look super snuggly watching TV, don’t they?
In case you have missed my TV cabinet makeover, click HERE to see it. My mom likes it so much better than the Otomi cabinet from before which she hated.
Let’s see how much blogging I will get accomplished while she is here. I don’t think there will be much, so stick me 😉
Make sure you check out my friend Jen’s shop HERE and have a great rest of your week.