My resolutions seem to be the same year after year…and sometimes week after week! I resolve to get organized, eat healthier foods, including oatmeal, and entertain at home more often! This year I did fairly well on the “eating healthy” bit, but struggled with the other two!
One task that goes hand-in-hand with the “get organized” one is sorting through and cleaning out the linen closet. Think how pleasant the chore would be – it really wouldn’t be a chore anymore – if your linen closet were bursting with gorgeous, colorful, block printed linens from Saffron Marigold. You’d be so impatient to use them year round, your closet would stay clean and organized all the time instead of stuff getting lost in a black hole.
Here is a small sampling of our magnificent tablecloths and curtains……
Speaking of linens, how about another resolution – that you resolve to love the bed linens you’re wrapped up in? You spend almost one third of your life in bed, so in my opinion this one resolution is a must. Here again are some examples from our extensive range of bedding which include duvets, bedspreads and pillow shams.
I mean how could you not love these stunning beauties? Its not often you make a resolution that’s not only good to keep, but real easy to follow through on, too!!!!
And if you want to add on one more resolution, how about making a decision to start a wonderful linen collection which will last for years to come? From exotic to elegant, Moroccan inspired to French themed, cool whites to vivacious reds, Saffron Marigold’s linens will imbue your home with color and texture.
According to consumer experts, January is the best time to shop for linens and bedding. John Wannamaker originated the marketing strategy of “The White Sale” and since 1878 people have counted on the new year to bring in sales on whites. Make sure you check our website often for the upcoming White Sale. What a perfect time to start that awesome linen collection.
Happy Shopping and a Happy New Year! May 2012 bring you peace and happiness! And if you’re not able to stick to your other resolutions in 2012, no worries. There’ll always be a “next year”