June 07, 2016

Blue Cupboard...Purposeful Market

Via Burlap Luxe
Burlap Luxe Home

Has a relaxed penchant for...

Blue Cupboard~Purposeful Market

Out of the blue Joan Marie from the blog here at...Joan Marie Company.com
sent me two of her textile linen sheets for hand drying kitchen needs
right from her, Blue Cupboard Pantry.
In the box addressed to me was a beautiful soft white and a
ticking striped Blue Cupboard hand sheets... a gifting 
for my kitchen.

 Look at her amazing tattered ink printed labels sewn to the hems.
Joan Marie and her Blue Cupboard Purposeful Market line is a 
wonderful home grown business and I cannot say enough
 about the quality and attention to the details she
gives her new line that is sure to be a hit.

Care instructions what can I add other then it
 soulfully embraces presentation...
and announces a pure and good
company on the rise.

Sharing the appeal after a good laundering.

 I love how rustic and rural it feels along side my Burlap Luxe hand-thrown
pottery line. I couldn't wait to  wash and hand dry them with Joan Marie's textiles,
 rural living farmhouse fashion.

Please go introduce yourself and share in the Grand~Opening of her
etsy shop due to open on June 9th.

While you are visiting Joan Marie check out her wonderful blog style, and
introduction to her newest textiles.

 Visit her by clicking on the link here...Joan Marie Company.com

 Burlap Luxe

BL Roadside pottery is coming out of firing, glazed and ready to greet your
tables very soon.
Inspiring authentic pure and good hand~made.


Unknown said...

What a beautiful gift, the quality is evident for sure. And your handmade pottery has a rustic elegant look. The two are a perfect pair. Keeping you in my thoughts. xo Sally

Victoria said...

Those are so lovely and go perfectly in your beautiful home Dore! What a kind and thoughtful gift. I will definitely add her shop to my favorites when it opens.

I hope your beautiful daughter is doing okay. My son lost a friend last year and it's awful seeing your kids have to deal with such a loss while they're still so young themselves:( Sending hugs and prayers.

Sherry said...

♥ the tattered charm and how they grace your home. :)

cindy hattersley design said...

These are fabulous and of course you displayed them beautifully!!

Leslie Harris said...

Dorie thanks for sharing the lovely details of Joan Marie's linens and the packaging of them. I admire her attention to details. And the linens go perfectly in your gorgeous rustic-chic home. I've enjoyed following Joan Marie's journey and you've reminded me that I need to go check her blog for an update. xo

lynn cockrell said...

Goodness, Dore! Those towels are wonderful. It must have been exciting to receive this lovely gift. You showcased the towels beautifully in your post. Your friend's Etsy shop is off to a great start, for sure!

JoanMarie said...

Hello!! What a wonderful surprise to see such a thoughtful and beautiful feature Dore! Words cannot express my appreciation as being recognized by such a talented artist as yourself. The towels look so pretty in your kitchen and it is a dream come true seeing them there and on your site. Thank you again from the bottom of my heart dear friend.

It's me said...

Wowwwww...i am always enjoy your Posts ......love your taste.....love from me happy week.....love Ria x❤️

chateau chic said...

Love these towels, and as others have mentioned, they pair perfectly with your gorgeous pottery.
Mary Alice

DD's Cottage said...

Love the ticking and the ragged edges and of course they look divine with your rustic pottery!

Méa Strauß said...

Oh, such a beautiful gift, made with so much devotion and care.
Perfect match to your divine pottery, ohhh, I wished, there would be a shop of yours here.
There are no such tasteful creations here, and Asteier de Vilatte, ah, I would have to travel to Paris...
My dear Doré, your hands are gold, and all of your creations develop in grace.
Have a HUUUG and a goood time, your friend Méa

the gardener's cottage said...

what beautiful aprons! i can just picture you in one in your kitchen or garden. they match your home perfectly. what a sweet gesture to gift them to you. you are a lucky woman. xoxo

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Your photos always take me away to another place. I can forget for a moment the chores and errands that need to be done and just relax in the lovely peacefulness that you bring.

Bente said...

What a beautiful gift, Dore. Lucky you.
Hugs from here

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

A beautiful gift for your kitchen! Thanks so much for sharing with us...I have ordered a set of three for myself- my birthday season will never end! LOL!
Can't wait for the pottery cups to be ready for me as well. Happy day to you~ Tina

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Hi Doré,
Wonderful shout out for Blue Cupboard and what a very generous gift of the towels. Since I am a ticking stripe lover I will enjoy heading over and ordering some goodies. Your pottery looks pretty next to the towels and I am loving the labels.

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

So beautiful. They go perfectly with your home. xoxo Su

Mary Ann Pickett said...

Really lovely. What a great gift... I want some :) Happy weekend.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Such an appealing label. Looks perfect with your luscious pottery!

michele said...

they look right at home in your kitchen, dore. the striped towels are my fav! joanmarie is a gem, and i am so excited for her wares to hit the market. peace.

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Such a lovely gift and so appealing.
They are meant for you and complement your dreamy home to perfection.

Debbie said...

What a perfect gift to grace your home, Dore'!
They look wonderful with your French farmhouse look.
Thank you for sharing.

La Petite Gallery said...

sorry I haven't been around, crazy life and computer. I love hydrangeas and even the dead ones are beautiful. Someone mut like you a lot , such a great gift. Like the blue ticking towels. Enjoy. yvonne

handmade by amalia said...

A nice post to support a new business, I'll got check it out. And a great photo of your hand-thrown pottery, always a joy to see. Enjoy the week, Dore.

Art and Sand said...

I love the line "Everything in this room and my home has seen the passage of time".

I love a home that is lived in and shows the wear and tear of a life well lived.