Designer SOS

  1. Sarah Danielle: Jeune Marie says:

    Cam – I think you can totally get away with Veranda as a cheese, but what am I going to do about Elle & Vogue? I don't think there is anyway around that, LOL.

  2. Sweet Nothings says:

    I found this super affordable fabric online..I’ll email you the link I ahve to find it in my design files..I bought my “waverly” fabric that I use to do my chairs

  3. LindsB says:

    I used to do the same thing in college, my parents gave me a credit card for emergencies only, well there were a few times I had to tell them that a certain shoe store was really a book store and it was an emergency that I have a book for class! Too bad it only lasted a few times before they caught on- I hope your hubby never finds out your little secret 🙂

  4. Kelly Jo says:

    Hello- I am also in the midst of a bedroom redo and I would love to see the paint color that you picked out. The link was broken.


  5. Patricia Gray says:

    Thanks for adding my Blog to your ‘My best friends they just don’t know it yet..’ Now I know and I will add you to my Blog list as well. I see that my posts are showing up one year old. Could you please reinsert this link and it should update to show my current postings.
    Happy Blogging


  6. laurelstreet says:

    I thought I was the only one burying my interior design periodicals in the grocery bill! Glad to know I’m in good company!

  7. High-Heeled Foot in the door says:

    Glad to see I’m not the only that tries to hide their magazine addiction. Just got back from shopping and 198 bucks later I’m home and I didn’t even get any magazines!

    Kelly Jo,

    I fixed the links so you’ll now be able to see the paint color I choose. It’s a bit bright so I only used it on one wall.


    I fixed your link. Thanks!

  8. citysage says:

    Haha! I do the exact same thing with mags at the grocery store! If it shows up on our debit card records as a grocery store purchase, he can’t get mad…right? What they don’t know won’t hurt them…

  9. Blair says:

    Oh, what a beautiful fabric choice. I love that color green!

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