Friday, October 28, 2011

The Chevron Shuffle

Aaron, you sneaky devil! Yes, I was snoozing away when you posted your story board, but I'd bet you're in la-la land while I'm posting mine! Would w be considered one of those "bicoastal couples" you hear about? ;) Here you go! - Sherri

Sherri, consider us bicoastal guardians of all that's kid, ready from coast to coast to right the wrongs, help the helpless and varnish the ugly with a coat of quality, low VOC paint! QUICK PRINCESS, TO THE PROPMOBILE!!! Nice collection on your board! I'm geeking out over the owl bedding, it speaks to my retro love. How amazing would that be with some natural woods, a great big barrel shade chandelier and a funky vintage bird cage converted into a mobile! I know, I know funky...this...funky that, I gotta be me! One thing that catches my eye is little miss ruffle butt. I can see three pillows inspired by her cuteness. Picture this....white serger edges on black ruffles, black and white chevron and solid white with a criss-cross applique. Chevron chic Princess! Well done!  Here are my finds...

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Chevrons- When Zig Zags Give Up Their Wild Ways!

Hey Sherri, it's 12:30 a.m. my time and 3:30 yours, I beat you in posting our story boards about Chevrons! I can't wait to see yours. 
Good old is that boy Charlie Brown? All those years of being the plain one and now look at 
him he's a trend setter with that Yellow and Black Chevron shirt! You a good style setter Charlie Brown!

Who'd have thunk it?! Charlie Brown, the trendsetter? Very nice board, Aaron. My favorites: the floor tiles and the stag-head art. Would be some great, cheeky wall art for my log home.  Here are my chevron picks-

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

A Castle fit for a Princess

Sherri, I saw this and thought of you. It's not a log cabin, it's a willow castle. Befitting a princess wouldn't you say!

Needham Willow Design's Castle

You do know my taste, Aaron! I actually wrote a blog post about this product line last year. I only wish I'd had this as a kid. I would have proudly worn my tiara and princess garb while playing inside! Hmmm.... wonder if Judith would consider making one for big girls?