After the best few days in Texas and I am missing it!   The heat was intense but I seem to adore the state and all it has to offer. Here is a list I started…   I still have turquoise jewelry and boots on the brain. I have been scouring the web. I have.. read more →

18 Jun 2019
June 18, 2019

Texas Bound…

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I am headed to Fort Worth for a few days with my daughter for orientation at TCU. I have asked around for recommendations and saved all my gathered knowledge on a Google Map. You can access it HERE.  I have also created a Pinterest board.  Please share you favorite spots with me.   Restaurants, Shops,.. read more →

It becomes harder and harder to impress me with the volume of design being shared.  This recent project by talented Meredith Ellis is pure perfection.  It exudes charm, tradition and modern elements all blended and layered expertly to truly create a real home and not just a show house.  The Texas-Size Makeover That You Have.. read more →

I am totally off schedule but cannot wait until Monday to share the latest rising star in the abstract art world.   I adore her colorful and spirited works that liven up any space. Enjoy getting to know… Lindsey Meyer Dallas, Texas What is your training?  BS in Merchandising from the University of Arkansas. Self.. read more →

I was thrilled to see the colorful interior and pattern play that came across my screen. I am always a sucker for “more is more” but this home is a refined story in pattern play that is clean enough for a man while being fun enough for a woman. Bravo for breaking out of the.. read more →

I clearly love art and I am always drawn to abstract faces.  They may seem on trend with a few current favorite artists like Sally King Benedict and Danny Geschardt but, I always think back to Picasso,  Modigliani, and Clemente to name a few. My latest love of faces was found on ETSY of all places.. read more →

I have long been searching for a particular vintage scarf by Hermès, Les Cheyennes by Kermit Oliver, circa 1993.  It is now mine and I adore it.   I see these scarves as works of art. This scarf is historic for many reasons. The scarf is titled “Les Cheyennes” but was quickly changed to “Plumes de L’Ouest“. Supposedly.. read more →