{Giveaway from Fabricadabra} Ikat & Batik Pillows!

I’m so excited for today’s giveaway from Fabricadabra! This neat company carries beautiful pillow covers (and fabric by the yard) in a variety of contemporary and traditional designs. I would happily decorate my home in any one of their organic, environmentally friendly and LOVELY pillows – my favorite being the Ikat print.

And today they’re offering TWO of any pattern you choose to a lucky winner!

Made By Girl and Beautiful Living Blog show off a few of the Ikat prints incorporated into their own homes – oh how I love!

Donna Halloran, founder and owner of Fabricadabra, works with artisans from all over the world and her products are organic, naturally dyed and ethically sourced. The inserts are made of a material called kapok, an eco-friendly alternative that is mold, mildew and dustmite resistant, completely renewable and grown without pesticides. Besides the Ikat, be sure to check out the Suzani embroidered pillows, the tie-dyed batik covers and the vintage wool prints.

The quality and fair trade-friendly nature of the company keeps it at the top of my list for great fabrics. But another great part? The pillow covers are affordable at only $30-40 a piece.

GIVEAWAY DETAILS:

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Fabricadabra is offering a lucky winner their choice of any two pillows!
A great giveaway to add a splash of color and a brilliant design to your living room or bedroom.

To Enter: Jump on out to Fabricadabra.com and share your favorite print here!

Giveaway ends Friday, March 5th at midnight, PST. Winner will be chosen randomly and announced the following Monday.

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Friday Interview: High-Heeled Foot in the Door!

Have you ever found a blog that hooked you immediately? The adventures of Camila and her love for interior design did just that for me over at High-Heeled Foot in the Door.

Camila says it best in her blog introduction: “Follow me as I try to make my dreams of entering the design world a reality. Quite literally I’m trying to get my High-Heeled Foot in the door (ok so most days I’m in ballerina flats, but you get the idea). I’m starting my own Interior Decorating company and this blog allows me to let you all in on it. From helping pick out business cards to reading about me second-guessing myself and all the fun in between. Come and stay a while and read about my love for design, random ramblings, and my many steps into becoming my own boss one client and room at a time.”

This New York native shares her fun projects, inspirations and everyday ideas {like these beautiful snippets from her DIY home} while also featuring favorite bloggers in a “day in the life” fashion called In Her Shoes. One of my favorite features!

Camila is one talented & creative chica, and I’m so excited to share her answers to PDB’s four interview questions with you!

Follow the jump for an inside look at her favorite inspirations (you’ll love her office makeover that all started with a Kate Spade skirt), top three trends and simple suggestions for designing a room when starting from scratch!…

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Weekend Project: DIY Wallpapered Bookshelf

I’ve been mulling over my living room bookshelves recently… and am suddenly inspired to add a modern Jonathan Adler-esq wallpaper print to cover the back of the shelves. Here is some inspiration that might inspire you to take on a weekend project as well!

Canadian House & Home stripped kitchen cabinets to reveal neatly stacked dishes and a vintage print (via Centsational Girl).

These white bookshelves with Orla Kiley wallpaper from design*sponge is one of my favorite examples a bookshelf backdrop (above).

Whole Latta Lovely and All About You features various color combinations in the same or similar floral prints for a fun variation (below).

What about fabric? There are so many options to choose from… cutting templates (out of foam core, balsa wood or mdf) to fit the back of your shelf and ‘upholstering’ the board is a great option that can be replaced as often as you’d like. For a more direct application, fold fabric edges in (for a makeshift hem) and use colorful pushpins to pin fabric to each corner. I love this Taxi Leaf Stripe in Yellow print from Timeless Treasures

For a smaller commitment (isn’t this perfect for the office or guest room?) Apartment Therapy shares a tutorial for lining a bookshelf in this black and white paisley print.

Four more ideas plus a quick How-To after the jump!

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