congratulations to kimberly (kymberli21)!
you are the lucky winner of Meghan's book, The Meghan Method.
Kimberly, please shoot me an e-mail with your mailing address.
Thanks to everyone who entered and for all your kind comments.
love to you all, donna
My sincere thanks to Meghan Carter, author of the new book The Meghan Method for featuring
a perfect gray as one of her recommended go-to blogs for decor and design inspiration. Meghan's new book contains 400 pages packed with information, ideas, and the how-tos of determining the decor you want, creating a plan, and making it happen in your home.
Meghan has graciously offered a signed copy of her new book to a lucky reader of a perfect gray.
To enter, just leave a comment to this post. Make sure you leave your name and e-mail address with your comment. Contest closes Tuesday, June 21 at noon EST. US residents only, please.
Good luck! You're gonna love Meghan's book.
Labels: thanks for the press
a little progress in our master bath
...you fearless design bloggers who have the courage and confidence to blog about your own homes. I have even more respect for you after contemplating blogging my master bath re-do. Will it be good enough? What will they think? What will they say? Thanks to all of you who have gone before and given us all such treats.
We are slowly coming along. I am in love with my calcutta gold marble shower floor. Last fall, I found a great vintage french chest at Scott's Antique Market in Atlanta which will be made into the vanity. Here are two drawers from the chest. I really like the pulls and the sweet blue and cream paper lining. Our home was built in the early 1940's so having an older piece in the new bathroom is going to give the feel I want.
Not much else to show right now. Did I mention progress was slow?
Now I just need to choose a gray for the walls.....that should be easy, right????
Labels: my master bath redo
Dear Cortney and Robert, I really like the way you sign your designs with a huge, funky art piece. It's gotta be hard to constantly find fresh pieces. Let me introduce you to Randel Plowman of A Collage A Day. I think one of these pieces, blown up to size, would really set a room on fire. You can thank me later. A little finders fee would do nicely. Or, Randel could whip me up a little sumpin' for that space over my mantel that has been empty for years now. Call me. I have even more ideas. Yours truly, donna
thirty three pick up
the shout out
All by Randel Plowman
And here is what we came up with - Pam's square, two color ikat cards in olive and gray (of course)...