The Bedding Plant

I have’t been idle but I have’t been blogging! No point in yammering away endlessly is there.

This morning I woke to this article by Michelle Slatalla. Remodelista and Gardenista are my favorite on-line reads so it is especially sweet to find myself transformed in Michelle’s wickedly funny prose. I think today is my favorite Monday.

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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8 Responses to The Bedding Plant

  1. tammy j says:

    ha. a perfect monday picture. well. anytime really.

  2. tammy j says:

    it’s me again. i decided to read the article.
    you had me at “show offy beds are a thing of the past.”
    or words to that effect. good lord. talk about a short term memory.
    but you rock. and it just got better from there.
    here’s to gorgeous rough linen elegance. and living.
    not barbie-house style but real lying naked on your side style without 14 million pillows.

  3. You go, girl!

    You used “excrescence” with great ease. I had to look it up.

  4. Brismod says:

    I just loved that article Tricia. Well-deserved attention. xx

  5. PP says:

    Hah. Loved the article. I’m with you all the way on pillows. The top sheet though – an excrescence in its own right in my head but necessary in UhStraya during the summer when one night you need a bit of a duvet and the next, only a sheet.

  6. stitchfork says:

    that was a fun read!

  7. Jane F says:

    Wonderful to see such a great article! And you gave her such terrific quotes. Congrats! (and may you sell a zillion sheet sets). Jane

  8. Hi, Tricia – Congratulations on being featured!! Great interview. Thank goodness the days of “a million pillows on the bed” are over. Who has time to make those kinds of bed?!
    PS – Hope you had a wonderful Easter.

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