Yesterday the painters began working and transforming our house into a "home" for us. Until paint is on the walls we aren't hanging any artwork or rugs and the house has been drab and disjointed without our treasured collections. By the end of today we'll have a beautiful home which comes together in the unity and coziness.
I'll post pictures of the transitions in a few days, but until then I have pictures from Yellow Rose Rug Camp to share. What is better than seeing rugs, rugs and rugs? And this is only about half of my pictures. More to follow
These rugs are by Tricia Travis, our camp teacher extraordinaire.
This is Roberta from Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia. Roberta's style is so amazing I am going to blog about it separately, if she is agreeable to it (I will seek her approval before posting). For some reason, I always meet wonderful Canadian women at camp on the last day, in the final hours of camp when there is little time left for socializing. I felt a kindred soul with Roberta and hope we can hook side by side some day soon.
Here are pic's from the throw down of the rugs on the final day. Lots of amazing work took place in Texas.
More pic's soon. Couldn't fit them all on this post.