DO YOU HAVE YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING COMPLETED?
Are you stumped and looking for some unique gifts that will cheer someone year round?
How about a canvas print from my shop? This Pink Espresso canvas is 16x20 inches and would bring
a color boost to a blah space. It's available HERE
Also available are some new blue & white kitchen accessories I've designed
My Chinoiserie Plate placemats available HERE
Ginger Jar Dish towels HERE
Ginger Jar napkins HERE
or perhaps an Annechovie phone case HERE?
(many other styles available)
or my Hermes bag ipad case?
be sure to order very soon for delivery by Christmas!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend and can enjoy the Season!
It was fun to spot a quartet of my Hermes bag prints in the current issue of Rue. They are hanging above blogger and design dynamo Valorie Hart's bed in New Orleans. Catch the whole story, starting on page 121 of the May/June issue here
The print itself is available for sale in my shop here
I also want to thank my fabulous friend, Valorie for the very kind mentions of my work on her delightful blog and her loyal support. She's been making the rounds lately and another shot of her NOLO home also appeared in House of Fifty this month (you can spot my orange chair silhouette canvas on the far right - below)
Hope you have a super weekend
Happy Mother's Day to my wonderful Mother and close friend and to all of you beautiful mothers out there!
Here's my new print for all of you Francophiles and lovers of Hermes!
Now available in several different colors and even an option to have it framed with a watercolored mat, handpainted by me.
light french blue
I hope you have a terrific weekend!
A window from Hermes - Boston
This is a photo I snapped (sorry for the glare) of a street-facing window at Hermes in Boston. I thought the night table and tall lamp were ingenious! Besides being that wonderful trademark shade of Hermes orange, they are so cleverly constructed, entirely of Hermes boxes! Talk about resourceful! While these pieces might not stand up to a lot of wear and tear, they make wonderful pieces of art. I would've loved to have been there to take them home when they switched out the windows. Next time I may just consider cardboard when I look to create something......