To Dallas, To Dallas, To Dallas We Go!!!

I love going to Dallas and Market is always fun!!!  Best part is I get to take my son Matthew out to dinner at the end of the trip! Of course the big event for me was on Saturday with Aidan Gray who hosted a book-signing!!  Long time friends, their showroom is featured in the painted floors section of Segreto Vignettes.  I always can't wait to see their window display--this was last years where they won best of show!  AND THIS YEAR?........ Equally as beautiful!! You can see ...

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Extreme Chair Makeovers – Project Reveal!!!

It's Friday!! And, you know what that means...it's time to reveal some Extreme Chair Makeovers from these talented and fabulous bloggers! Please click on all these other wonderful designers and bloggers who have done their own chair makeovers! If you haven't seen my chair redo's from last week's blog they are at the bottom! Before you leave, I would love your vote for the Amara Interior Blog Awards!  I am so honored to be up for this year's short list!!! More information below! ...

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Project Design: Extreme Chair Makeovers!

  When I was asked to participate in the upcoming project design on Extreme Chair Makeovers, it started me thinking about all the chair makeovers I had done at my own home!  Although it would be wonderful going into a store and seeing the perfect chair with the perfect fabric, this rarely happens to me!!! Below you will see my chair makeovers and Friday we will post the link to other top design bloggers' outcomes to their chair challenge!  So stay tuned!!! Here is just a small ...

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My Dining Room Finale!!!

Well, sometimes the first room you start is the last room you finish. This was certainly the case in my dining room! Starting the transformation in 2014, I'm happy to announce it's finally finished!! You got a sneak peek back in December in this post about the artwork I chose, and today I'm so excited to share the completed look! Here's the before! Moving from a traditional look with a Country French flair to a more contemporary style that still incorporates older elements, I was able to ...

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