Monday, December 15, 2014
I had a hugely productive day today and it ended on great notes. I administered a final at TCU, drove to Dallas and found great materials for an interiors project. OMC, Of Many Colors, is a jazzy vocal and instrumental group, performed at and is a spinoff from our church, University Christian Church. My husband is part of this ensemble. Their performance this evening was uplifting, joyful, inspiring - I was so moved and enthused! We all met at a terrific bistro afterward. The people were every bit as enjoyable as the concert. So amazingly talented.
Friday, December 12, 2014
Good job TCU 2nd year interior design students!
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Someday, hopefully before I'm too old to enjoy it, I want to remodel my bathroom. It is yellow tile from the 60's. I saw this stand lavatory today that would be just about the ticket. Not so crazy about the faucet, but I like the rest.
Monday, December 8, 2014
I have appointments this afternoon with 2 new clients, one in Old Ridglea and another in Colleyville! I taught this morning and had 2 meetings at TCU, also. Whew! The granite above is going in a kitchen in Westover Hills. So glad the economy has improved!
Thursday, October 30, 2014
I received great news today. My department sent my recommendation to the next level up supporting my promotion to Associate Professor in Interior Design at TCU! Very exciting.
Having so much fun working on some terrific projects. Can't wait to see them completed. Was in the new Holly Hunt showroom again recently. It is so inspiring!
Elegant and modern.
Friday, October 17, 2014
Participating in the local Urban Sketchers activities is so invigorating and fulfilling. While my sketching ability has deterioriated without my continued practice, every time I attend I become inspired to spend more time in this important activity. Learning to draw is really about learning to see more thoroughly and spending quality time with the subject matter. This past Saturday, a group of about 12 braved the cool, cloudy weather and ventured downtown to Sundance Square. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and was able to visit with several designer-types! I met architect Bob Smith, and it was delightful to see TCU student Christina Catterson and fellow TCU teacher Doug Vail participating. I want to do more of this.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
A local source for interior products is a huge time saver. I came across a great source for stone, porcelain, granite, Vetrazzo, ceramic and a host of great flooring and wall products. I hope their service lives up to the lovely products. I'm working on 5 projects that need similar products. This was a great find! Check out the mosaic of soft aqua, white, and an apple green marble. It will look amazing in one of my projects.