Last week I ordered the luscious Alexander Henry fabric called Koto that I gushed about here. While I wait for it to arrive I am obsessing over it and dreaming of a life surrounded by it. Here's what my life would look like...
I hate getting up early but it's vaguely possible that waking up to this headboard could put a smile on my face. Yawn, stretch. Hello beautiful day.
After I bounce out of bed I could go downstairs and enjoy a steaming cup of coffee and a croissant served on fine china with these beautiful napkins.
I would be a complete copy cat and add Koto to my laundry room like 1/2 Kitchen did. Of course I would thoroughly enjoy doing laundry when my room looks this darn cute!
Magnolia Twist makes cute little jumpers and I adore this one in Koto. My daughter would have to wear this every single day. Maybe I'd need to order more than one. Is it a coincidence that she has the exact same hat? I think not.
Marigold at Hideous Dreadful Stinky made this fantastic kimono as a baby gift. I would have to order one in my size and I would be wearing this while going through my busy day.
I would take this and go to the gym. Everyone would stop me on the street to tell me that my bag is fabulous and that I'm the nicest person they've ever met.
I would order a second bag would be for sashaying around town. Again, fabulous and nice.
I don't have any children in car seats anymore but I would order this and keep it in my car because it is seriously awesome. I would be looking in my rear view mirror constantly while driving. Not safe but unavoidable.
I'll also take this cute wristlet clutch. It's perfect for running errands and being super stylish at the same time and really, what's better than that?
At the end of the day I would lounge around on my sofa and lay my weary head on this.
Just before I go to bed I would hang out in the bathroom staring at this shower curtain dreaming of the day that Alexander Henry makes this fabric into a wallpaper.
We have a lovely mailman who arrives at our house at the same time each day so I know when to wait for him. I'm always ready with a smile and some insignificant chit chat but I fear the day he delivers the fabric he may be subjected to a new and perhaps scary side of me. It's not for sure but there may be some hugs and kisses coming his way that day.