Tuesday, April 27, 2010


French drawer liners from Gianna Rose

This past weekend was rainy and dreary, the perfect weather for tackling some spring cleaning.  I planned to work on just the dresser and closets in my room; catching those errant dust bunnies and spritzing a little Mrs. Meyer's lavender cleaning spray around the shelves.

I was anxious to finish because there was a reward of sorts waiting for me; sheets of beautifully patterned and deliciously scented drawer liners ready to be placed on my clean shelves and drawers.

French drawer liners from Gianna Rose
 With a wealth of fragrances and papers to choose from, adding scented paper is an inexpensive and chic way to brighten your wardrobe.

Sometimes it's the little things that make us feel good.

I like to switch out scents in the fall and spring, usually changing fragrances with the season.  Last fall I used Hermes drawer liners, a small indulgent gift that left my clothes perfectly scented.

This spring I decided to try Verbena and Orange Blossom from the Soap and Paper Factory. The packaging and beautifully patterned paper are gorgeous and the delicate scents are perfect for a spring pick me up.

There's a fantastic Brooklyn based company called Hammocks & High Tea that uses rice paper and organic oils for their bold and modern graphic liners.  I can't wait to try these!

Update: I'm happy to report that my dresser is sweetly scented and looking chic.  What are your little indulgences?


red ticking said...

oh you are good... i cannot remember the last time i changed the paper in my drawers... maybe when i moved in? hope you are well xx

The Buzz said...

Love the Gianna Rose selection! What a pretty way to line the drawers and keep them fresh all year long.

Town and Country Mom said...

If the scents are as fabulous as the patterns, this is an indulgence I'll need to try for myself!

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

Love drawer liners! The Hermes ones especially, but the Gianna Rose ones are so pretty. If they smell as good as they look - heaven!

Anonymous said...

Hi there! Hammocks & High Tea is actually based in Brooklyn, NY.


To anonymous-good catch! Thanks, barbara

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