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Call Us A Couple, Call us a Pehr...

Meet Jennifer Kelly and Rebecca Perren. These ladies are the dynamic duo behind Pehr Designs.  A lifelong friendship and similar taste in home decor, in a classic look with a modern twist, is what led them to create Pehr. 

The line is whimiscal and full of pieces for your everyday entertaining or decorating. Included in the line is a colorful collection of canvas storage bins and hampers, in 3 sizes. The Pint could be a purse and the Bin, a beach tote. Really! So gather up all that unwanted clutter and stow it away behind stripes, polka dots and colorful prints.  

The color combinations are really unique. The Pom Pom napkins, table runners and pillows in eggplant with fuchsia trim (shown above in napkin) will most certainly make a statement at your dinner table.

In addition to everyday home items, Pehr Designs has also introduced Petit Pehr. Taking the core pieces from their existing line and adapting it for a sweet little baby's nursery room or child's playroom.  Alphabet and Pinwheel storage bins (shown above) are just a sampling of the variety of prints available in cotton canvas. The Hamper is a generous size of 20" H x 18" D. The Bin size of 12" H x 13" and will fit right into that Expedit shelving from Ikea that everyone is pinning on Pinterest these days.  You know the one, turned on it's side and transformed into a bench with baskets in the cubbies. Yup, that one. And their wool felted mobiles are not only adorable, but affordable too.  Some sites, I'm not going to say which ones, have a flare for overpricing this must have item for the nursery. Lastly, the "Hi" quilted cotton alphabet blanket (shown above) is the perfect gender neutral gift.

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