Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Spring Ruffles

Too many ruffles? Not this Spring. Ruffles are showing their faces, or layers, everywhere.

March is the month to take away the heavy winter layers of drapes, rugs, and dark slipcovers. It's time to add light textures and colors in creams and whites. The perfect way to do this is with fresh layers of ruffles.  

Too many ruffles on the pillow above? I think not!

I could not resisit the vintage ruffles on this pillow by Home Centric.  It will look great on my couch, and it was a great price.   

If you prefer a more tailored look, the pillow below is perfect. A single band of ruffles is very classy. 


Are you drooling yet?

How about now?
Use a smaller version of this banquet tablecloth on a side table, entry table, or even a dining room table.  

Ruffles. Need I say more?

Have a blessed day,


Debby said...

Oh, they are gorgeous!! Never too mnay ruffles. What a beautiful post, thanks for sharing.

Connie said...

Ooooooooh, Ele, I love, love, loooooove them, honey!!!!!

Unknown said...

Oh my, YES, I am drooling!!! LOL! I LOVE ruffles and the ones you have shown are amazing!!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Thank you so so much for this sugar sweet Eyecandy, Ele!

Have a happy day!

Kai said...

Soooooo pretty! And too many?Never! There's no such THING as too many ruffles! Very feminine (I love girly stuff!) and definitely lightens up anything! I may add ruffles to everything next month. Hmmm ... wonder how my housemate would look with ruffles?

Lori said...

ooooooh, i love those Ruffles Ele...the pillow from home centric is TDF!!!

Tara said...

I love the first pillow especially! Lovely and white!

Free Pretty Things For You said...

soooo droooling!!!

The Urban Chic said...

Ele, the ruffles are really pretty, but that table is oh so delicious. Is it okay to borrow your picture to show my friend who is having a small but elegant wedding? I'm helping her with ideas and this looks very appealing. She already has some chocolate brown ruffled table covers as she is going with pale pink and chocolate brown and white. I just got back online. I altered an old Valentine candy box and I think I am getting my creative juices back again. Hugs, Pat :}

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for featuring my tablecloth! Looks so cute!

Caroline said...

I am loving the ruffles for this spring as well and I am hoping to incorporate some into my home as well. Hopefully I can create some of my own ruffles...I'll have to google a how to.

debi said...

Too many ruffles....no way!

I LOVE all of your ruffles...I've got to get me some.

hmmmm...all of a sudden I'm craving sweets. hehe!

Judi said...

Hi Ele
How pretty! Too many frills or ruffles?? NO...I love the table with the desserts, the cakes are delish and the tablecloth with the frilles is so pretty. I like the white pillow also...
hope you have had a good week so far...

Anonymous said...

Love Sweets no matter how they look but yours are very pretty!

The Charm House said...

Wow Ele, You really gave us a new look on ruffles!!! I love the last table with the ruffles. It makes you want to throw a bridal or baby shower!!!
Thanks for inspiring us!

Sherry said...

I love ruffles...so pretty, feminine and dainty.

vivian said...

oh I do love ruffles! I like that table cloth. Might be a little too fancy for my house. I do have some ruffly things going on here though!

Secondhandrose said...

I usually like a tailored look but I really like the ruffles in white. Good choice in the pillow.


Caleen said...

I love ruffles too and have been putting them on a lot of things. so fun! I also noticed I have been wearing ruffles on my outfits too.. I really love the ruffled table. So pretty.

Jennifer said...

I am drooling! :) Thanks for the visuals.

Valarie said...

I adore ruffles....wish I could wear them. Thanks for sharing such lovely images.

Tobi Britton*pinkpixieforest.blogspot.com said...

Just LOVE the ruffles!

Lori said...

Oh Ele, what can I say other then show me more, much , much more! I adore ruffles!! I love the white table cover! When Ii had my canopy bed at age eight, it was all in white ruffles top and bottom, it was wonderful! What a delicious post!!! Love ya,Lori

Elyse said...

i am lovin' the ruffles!


Pink Princess said...

I ♥♥♥ ruffles, the first pillow is to die for. Awesome!!

Hugs from a new follower from the Netherlands ♥

Dear Lillie said...

I love ruffles and this dessert buffet is gorgeous!

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Mrs. Cherry Heart said...

Oh Ele can a girl ever have too many ruffles? I think not!
I love love love ruffles on anything and everything!
The more the better!
I think they are very girly-romantic!

Thank you for inspiring us all to add more ruffles to our lifes!

Hugz, Dolly

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Debi said...

You can never have too many ruffles! I am dreaming....what a beautiful post!

Dapoppins said...

How do you make ruffles so orderly? beautiful.

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

they are simply beautiful...so glad that I stopped by....A few hours to blog hop tonight....Hope you will stop by mine....I have another giveaway starting tonight...


Lafe's Hidden Treasures said...

I don't think you can ever have too many ruffles. So very pretty! Have a fun filled day! http://lafeshiddentreasures.blogspot.com/

Lafe's Hidden Treasures said...

I don't think you can ever have too many ruffles. So very pretty! Have a fun filled day! http://lafeshiddentreasures.blogspot.com/

Lori said...

Ele, you haven't posted for a while...i hope all is well:)

Nancy's Notes said...

Lovely, everything is just lovely!! I love ruffles, the more the better!

New follower!

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Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

I know this is an old post but I had to comment. I would have never known to make lampshade covers, truly unique.
You have a lovely site.