New Travel Pretty Buckwheat Hull and Lavender Travel Pillow
How much do you love this print? I adore it. It’s perfect for that girl who is bold and full of life — who needs a travel pillow as adventurous as she is.
Filled with Mireio’s custom blend of luxurious lavender from Provence and ultra comfy Buckwheat Hulls. It’s divine. I sleep with a Mireio pillow every night. Lavender is known to be soothing and relaxing, so pack this fabulous pillow in your overnight bag and journey in bliss.
Not the print you’re looking for? There are more Travel Pretty Buckwheat Pillows at Mireio.
Inspired by roses: Gorgeous Vintage Rose Ombre Half Slip: Now at Mireio.
I hope you’re having a lovely St. Patrick’s Day. I’m just popping in to let you all know there are new, GORGEOUS vintage slips in Mireio. Each hand dyed in lovely shades with floral inspirations.
As well, I’ve added more vintage housewares! It’s going quickly, but there are still lots of sweet, romantic finds for your home. Like this amazing vintage rose flat sheet and pillow case.
And you can now also purchase Mireio’s signature Rose Postcards at Mireio. Scoop them up soon, before they sell out. I’m retiring this print and will be sending out a newer postcard in the future!
Rose tea is traditionally an iced beverage. It’s perfect in the summer time, and it makes sense to make it then–as roses are readily available.
But I love hot, hot, (can you see the steam?) on a winter day. It’s so evocative of summer, earthy and sweet and romantic.
It’s so easy to make. Usually made with green tea, I prefer mine with Harney and Son’s Vanilla Comoro. I use just a pinch of cardamom and let my tea steep until it caramel colored.
Usually, I use a Rose Water from Cortas, but our local store was out so I gave this a try. It’s a French brand and is really very pretty. So fragrant. I think it’s stronger than the usual Rose Water, so you don’t need to use quite as much. If you’re looking to buy some, this is made by Noirot.
Once your tea has steeped, add 1 TB of Rose Water. Then shut your eyes and dream of warmer weather.
This peach rose grows in a weedy patch in the corner of our yard. A patch I keep meaning to get to, but don’t. Its location is unfortunate, but we just haven’t found the right plan to fix it to our liking. Eventually, we’ll figure it out, and the rose will have to go. Until then, this lovely but ill-placed rose blooms twice a year. And if I’m lucky, I get to it before the deer can.