CocoCozy, fellow blogger and entrepreneur for having an amazing booth. Wishing her much success with her textiles shop! Check out her blog for some great finds and inspiration!
Another wonderful booth I visited was Diane James Home. If you go to a show house or an upscale store here in the city, or the tri-state for that matter, chances are you'll find their beautiful flowers displayed. Visit their store or check out their blog (the buzz) to purchase directly from them.
Tara Shaw antiques and reproductions. Lovely painted, wood, and upholstered furniture.
PomPom at home bedding. They have cotton and Linen to choose from.
If you're into fur, Adri has a luxurious line of pillows and throws.
The patterns to choose from...
And the result!
I also had a temporary star ring tattoo put on my finger. The ring was a big hit at the rest of the booths that I went to throughout the day.
This was on the guy who worked at the booth. Um, yeah... I do too. That's why I moved here.
Next up is Gratitude Designs by Tara Dixon. It's a company based on acknowledgment and gratitude. Tara is a painter from Brooklyn who, last year started a series of paintings with the words "thank you" inscribed into the last layer of wet paint. The words "thank you" are etched into the top portion of the canvas. The product line consists of reproductions of the original 12" x 12" canvases, greeting cards and gratitude journals and tee-shirts. These are meant to be a mantra or reminder--well, thank you, Tara!
And speaking of gratitude, I want to thank you, my friends, for your readership and for hanging out with me. See you tomorrow. xo