From the changing table to your dining room table (not as gross as it sounds)

Modern kitchen linens by Olli and LimeIt’s hard to believe I had my son a decade ago. Back then, no matter what your personal style was, you were pretty much limited to duckies, boats or flowers when it came to baby bedding. But now companies like Olli and Lime are turning out chic and modern textile alternatives to satisfy even the biggest style snob. In fact their fabrics are so stylish and “un-babyish” that they’re now also available for your kitchen.

So far they’ve expanded the George and Charlie nursery collections into cool kitchen linens like napkins, tea towels, table runners and even an apron that I would not feel the slightest bit self conscious wearing. I’m a big fan of the napkins and, at $45 for a set of four, they’re within my price range.

Maybe not for everyday use–although bless the ecomamas out there who use cloth napkins daily–but for meals that require more than a microwave to make. Hey, it could happen. -Betsy



Find modern kids bedding pus the new kitchen
linen
collection at olliandlime.com and save 20% off your order with discount code “picks” through 4/30/10

Congratulations to Dori K, lucky winner of a set of kitchen linens!

Betsy Cadel is a blogger and marketing consultant, and a former contributor to Cool Mom Picks

5 Comments

  • Reply April 14, 2010

    Carrie Meadows

    These crib sets are adorable, but even the crib sheets are out of my price range. I have to wash the sheets so frequently, that the elastic wears out and I have to replace them (even the more expensive sheets). Just can’t justify the price.

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    Reply April 14, 2010

    Cool Mom Picks

    Wow Carrie, what a pain!

    My own girls’ sheets are from Javis-Davis and have survived 4.5 years and two kids and show no signs of wearing out.

    Do any other readers experience this elastic problem?

    -Liz

  • Reply April 14, 2010

    Kelly Dyar

    We’ve had elastic issues on the cheaper crib sheets from Babies R Us but pretty good luck on the Carters or the slightly nicer ones from there or Target.

  • Reply April 15, 2010

    Mollie

    I second the Carter’s sheets. They fit the mattresses better, making them easier to put on, and last forever.

  • Reply April 22, 2010

    Lora Legate

    Wow, Awesome post – Cool Mom Picks – From the changing table to your dining room table (not as gross as it sounds) was a great read. I’m such a newbie when it comes to all this, Thanks for this!

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