Our Two-Piece Pajama Set is about making your mornings feel stylish and your bedtime routine all the more relaxing. Graceful scallop detailing combined with a timeless silhouette and print makes them a work of art. Heidi designed this lightweight cotton pajama set that features a hand-painted floral pattern which was inspired by an antique porcelain plate from Heidi’s mother's personal collection.
This robe includes design features such as long sleeves, two pockets, button closures, and an adjustable drawstring waist giving these PJs a classic look and feel.
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- Soft, lightweight cotton is tailored to a straight yet flattering fit on every body type
- Delicate indigo scalloped trim for a soft, feminine finish
- Spacious side pockets to hold your phone and other necessities
- Easy drawstring waist with elastic in back for never-slip comfort
- Customers say: "The fabric is wonderful, lightweight and soft."
- Printed by local artisans in the Rajasthan region of India
- Designed in California
On a sunny spring day in New York, while visiting my parents from San Francisco, a delicate antique plate on their wall caught my eye. The detailed floral design seemed almost ethereal. My mother reminisced, "It was your grandmother's creation when her favorite print was discontinued. She had it specially crafted, reminiscent of the old but uniquely hers."
As a designer, this felt like fate. I've always embraced the past to forge the future. This plate, brimming with history, was to be my muse. I envisioned a print balancing the antique's essence with classic grace.
Remembering my time with the "Prince of Chintz", Mario Buatta, I was wary of excess. I sought a more refined touch. Collaborating with Olga, my artist, we dissected the plate's design. Each brushstroke, each element was a calculated decision. The challenge was creating a repeating pattern without flaw or gap.
The repeat pattern had to be seamless, adding another layer of intricacy to our task. We agonized over colors, patterns, and designs, striving for harmony and balance.