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Monday, June 30, 2014
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Summer is upon us and we have decorated a few times here at the store.
One of the things I most enjoy is rearranging the store.
Dreamingincolor has made a name for itself by having fun vignettes set up around each room.
The problem is the don't stay long before we are rearranging again!!
I am not complaining. It is a good problem to have.
We are excited to be celebrating summer. Decorating for summer is something I do all year long at my home. I use vintage suitcases and some beachy things all around. I dream of the beach all the time. I miss the salty air and even the sand that can be annoying most of the time.
Owning a store has put a little cramp in my travel plans. It is hard to leave. So not sure I will be getting to the beach this year.
So I am Beach Dreamin'
That is how I came up Dreamingincolor's summer mantel.
What is so neat about this sign is what it is made of.
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Friday, June 13, 2014
If you have been reading the blog,on my Facebook page or stopping in at the store, you might have noticed a buzz!
Excitement is in the air!!
As you know I am now carrying Country Chic Chalk and Mineral based paint! As exciting as that is to me, I have another announcement!
Dreamingincolor now has there own line of Signature paint colors. We a gradually introducing them to the public. I will have a way for you to purchase them here too.
OK drum roll please........
As popular as blues and turquoises are right now, it didn't take long for me to decide on this signature color for our line.
We also introduced ......
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
I recently went to NYC again. One of my favorite places to go.
This was really an impromptu trip. My daughter was accepted to an acting school there and I was there to show her how to get around the big city. Funny, she was the one showing me though!
We had a blast and got to to lots of things. Wish I could have shopped more but I did get to visit a shop in Greenwich Village.
Unfortunately, I don't remember the name. The tag said Reclaim, Recycle.
How bad could that be?
That is what I do so I was curious to see.
Painted furniture in NYC is a lot more expensive than here but I enjoyed all the eye candy.
I loved the patina on the furniture. Most had tons of distressing.