I hardly took any pictures. Two, to be exact. It was just too crowded. These lovely chairs were part of Junebug Furniture and Design's space.
I don't remember who this picture was from, sorry! I kind of regretted taking my big ole Nikon as it weighed a ton in my bag. I think my right shoulder is now about 2 inches shorter than my left.
There wasn't anything I needed. I was mostly there for inspiration and to admire all the amazing creativity. I mean, these people are truly artists! They work so hard! But I did have one mission. I wanted a new pillow for the bedroom.
Last year I got a red wooden sign on clearance at Fred Meyer for 3.99, it reads "Back at the Ranch." I don't usually use a lot of red in my home unless it's the holiday season, but I liked this sign and it ended up in the bedroom.
I had seen Melaine's newest pillow collection on her blog My Sweet Savannah and loved them. I wandered the whole market looking at everyone's fabulous pillows, but loved Melaine's best! She had so many great choices but I finally picked one to take home with me.
I was so happy with the colors and texture of the grain sack and fabric. It is different than anything I have and will be a great addition to my comforter cover and bedding (shams are a reversible print I got at Cost Plus Imports around 3 years ago; white quilted duvet and shams are from Target.) I am still playing with combining different pillows and I'm in the process of making a burlap one with one of my favorite quotes on it to replace the thrift shop needlepoint flower pillow.
Melaine always has such great goodies to sell! Her home is filled with decor that is exactly my style. Her cottage chic look is cozy and just oozes the comforts of love and family.
I felt inspired by the Ruffles and Rust and stayed up wayyyyyy too late Saturday night to get busy on some holiday decor for All That Jazz. Stay tuned for a sneak peek......next week!