Bluebird Blankets of Sioux Falls, South Dakota ticked "cute" off the box with these animal blankets and also "made in the USA" and "eco friendly" (recycled cotton). Great for snuggling as the cooler weather sets in.
Our bathroom is smaller than our closet. I say this, not because our closet is big, but because our bathroom is small - very small. And there are four of us who use it. Here are three shower gadgets that help our family survive in a teeny bathroom.
Bath towels can quickly become expensive owing to the number of pieces required for matching sets. My home shopping mantra is to find things that are well made and affordable, so when I stumbled upon nice and incredibly cheap towels and bed linens on Ebay, I was hooked. For those who've never shopped on Ebay, perhaps repelled by the idea of shopping for used goods, never fear. This is no garage sale.
When you're looking to outfit a bedroom, sometimes all you want is something simple, attractive, and affordable. You may not need an intense thread count, luxury materials, or any other bells and whistles. Here are ten options for basic, cheap duvet covers that won't hurt your eyes and that won't break the bank.
What's wrong with me? I'm always drooling over some pillowcase that's $80 for my kids' room, which I know is only going to be, well, drooled over (and worse). Here's my plan: forget spending $85, and make the thing myself. Here are five awesome pillowcases that cost a little too much for my budget, and a simple approach to making something just like it, for a whole lot less.
Shower curtains are often pricier than you'd expect; even a liner can set you back more than $10. If you're not looking to plunk down too much for a shower curtain but still want one with some style, consider these 10 options that each cost less than $30.
When you're setting up home, one of the things you should consider before everything else is: is my bed made? It's a drag to work all day unpacking, get to quitting time, and realize your bedding is still in boxes. If you're looking for a comfortable fix for moving day and beyond, grab some of these inexpensive, yet oh-so-cozy sheets. Sweet dreams!
It was a bit of a tease last summer when H&M Home launched a kids collection that wasn't available in the U.S. But they've done one better - now it's available online. Bedding (like this sweet fawn), storage bins, stuffed animals...see the collections for babies and kids.