You can now buy Paola Pillows on Etsy. Just in time for the New Year. Find us on Etsy as PaolaStudio!
Ten beautiful designs in stock. Covers can now be bought separately from the feather/down inserts, which saves you on shipping. And new retail pricing!
Same gorgeous, permanent print on 100% cotton sateen. Removable, washable covers. Original designs created from photos taken in my Litchfield gardens. And with awesome, custom made, hypoallergenic,white duck feather/down inserts. I can’t think of a more comfortable way to ring in the New Year then sinking into a few soft pillows in the sparkling quiet of a festive living room. Can you?
As with many small businesses, we are building our business through people who know us and believe in the quality of work produced entirely in the US. From my garden to your couch. No yard work – just beautiful comfort. Check out our new site, “admire”us on Etsy, and share it with your friends on Facebook. We appreciate it!
December 5 was my father’s birthday. Growing up, we were consistently regaled with classical music. My grandfather and uncles played in the New York Symphony and overseas, as traveling musicians. My mom played piano and sang with us most nights after dinner. Unlike the opera, (which I secretly adore) guitar is an instrument that crosses over more easily into popular music. I especially enjoy guitar this time of year as holiday preparations can take on a frenetic pace.
Tres piezas españolas (three spanish pieces) written in 1954 by J. Rodrigo and dedicated to the great Andres Segovia. Performed here by Marcin Dylla. A native of Poland, guitarist Marcin, won 1st place prizes nineteen times in international classical competitions. The first piece is a fandango, a very popular dance in the eighteenth century- enjoyed by both the nobility and the masses. The style reflects the gallantry of eighteenth century Spain. Everybody can use a little gallantry when you’re deep in that cycle of baking, cleaning and wrapping things, right?
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