Well, I bought the furniture in a moment of insanity, and I felt like I was channeling my late father during the whole buying experience. In my defense, I am getting rid of stuff, to make room for the 'better', more appropriate, (I hope) stuff that I bought.
You believe that, right?
I haven't decided where this is going, but I like the distressed finish, and the cupboard doors on the bottom.
This old desk is one of my favorite pieces. It is very heavy, solid.
Every now and then, the studio needs to be revamped a bit. I usually find myself getting annoyed with it, and it gets more and more disheveled, until finally I cry uncle.
I guess that means that the studio is evolving, just like I am. That's a good thing, right?
Love the finish on the top of this desk. It's just too funky.
There are three more pieces, that I will take pictures of tomorrow. Cleaning and rearranging is in progress.
I need to feel good about the studio, because on August 20th and August 21st, I am taking part in "Summer Harvest in the Country", which is basically an open house. I will have lots of rugs and stuff outside, and hopefully the shop will be full.
Now here's what I'm talking about. Color, color, gorgeous color.
And here are my new placemats......woven by LOIS. Gotta stop calling her "L". She sounds too mysterious.
These placemats below are kind of like the 'Le Fringe' placemats on my web site, but since these don't have cut edges, they are 'machine washable'.
Aren't they wild?? I love them.
I think we will be making lots of these. They just have so much personality.
The incredible photos on the cupboard doors were taken by Kate over at Chronicles of a Country Girl
And I have to shout out my thanks to Halcyon Yarn
In their new catalog, page 5 belongs to Crazy as a Loom.
This does NOT hurt a girl's ego, not one bit. Can you blame me?