Did you all have a nice weekend? I feel bad because I completely ignored all the padded up men and Beyonce and commercials for some painting time. I’ve made some good headway into new paintings for the cottage master bedroom redo. I’ll share the redo plans with you next week, promise; but this week is my sale with Joss & Main–exciting!
Choosing the items for the sale couldn’t have been more fun, let me tell you. And then the fun was unstoppable putting together 15, I know, design boards of the items I picked–you know, just to give an idea of what a person could do with said items. The sale goes live tomorrow, and I will post new design boards daily throughout the three-day sale. Joss & Main is members-only, but here is a link for easy sign up.
Sometimes a girl (or guy) needs a little justification in making a purchase. You’re talking to the queen of shopping justification so I’m making it easy for you to buy a little something at the sale. All my proceeds for the sale, that’s 100%, goes to my next space on the spring Room Service project. Room Service Atlanta connects designers with shelters to provide FREE interior upgrades for their transitioning homeless residents. I’ve worked on the last two projects–take a look!
2012, United Methodist Children’s Home, Sam Bell Cottage:
Room #3 Bedroom
Room #3 Lounge
Lori May and Rhoda Vickers combined their super powers with me on these three spaces–lots of work but lots of fun. Happy was I painting the art in these spaces–something I wasn’t able to do on the 2011 Room Service project because I spent most of my time solving that room’s storage issues…
2011, Nicholas House
I can’t remember the exact dimensions of the room, but it was tiny–especially when one considers that a mother and two children with all their possessions lived in this space. I was delighted to multiply their storage for the room.
It would make me happy-dance if you would like to spread the word about this sale! Thank you, and see you here tomorrow…I think the sale goes live at 9pm EST!
Oh, and if you want, you can follow The Painted House on Facebook for sneak peeks and other stuff you need on your feed.