Editor's Note: Today I am wearing dress from Anthropologie, wool shawl from Ann Taylor, and shoes from Christian Lacroix shoes.
One of my favorite showrooms is the Lee Jofa/Kravet/Brunschwig & Fils! I have very few job that some element of the jobs did not come from their showroom from fabric to furniture. Today we came to a presentation on social media; it was given from one of the Kravet employees from New York. I am always looking for ways to promote my business and I learned a great deal of insight today.
I always gleam insight from any presentation that I attend. Kravet always serves lovely food after their presentation and that is always an extra add bonus!! We are starting up a new job with a client who loves color so here are some of the prints that I am presenting for the home in California.
These are new in the line! I absolutely love them! I love when I have new project when new fabrics in the line are new possibilities for!
These are two woven fabrics that I truly feel will fit into the project. The both have character and are sassy like my clients!
I love their upholstered. It is stylist and extremely comfortable!
The color way on this fabric shown on top inspired the living room in a house that I did in Miami.
This fabric inspired the living room of one of my favorite jobs in Fort Worth. It is featured on my website.
The color way shown on top was my inspiration for a master bedroom for a client in Fort Worth. It turned out stunning if I do say so myself!
I love this quote... "It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena." -Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. President
Dinner last night was roasted chicken with leftover cauliflower souffle. Delicious!
Love this song by Cheryl Lynn! It will forever remind me of Mardi Gras in 1979!