Fabric options

Today has NOT been a good day for me online. I am having major problems with my connection, mail server, browser and FTP...! I managed to get this post up with a little help from my production manager & on another computer. I received so many emails about fabric suggestions , so here are a few I recommend for a DIY headboard. Of course, it all depends on the color scheme of the room you want. But, you can always choose a fabric & work around it.

*Fabric from top to bottom (L to R):

My choice from Fabric Supplies, Anthem Fabrics, Fabric Worm, Fabric Supplies, Fabric Worm, Boutique Mud Piez, Fabric Supplies , Anthem Fabrics, Anthem Fabrics, Fabric Supplies
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Lofty spaces...

Living Etc. Magazine always manages to showcase some amazing spaces. Living in an open space has always been a dream of mine, well, I did live in a loft space once in New York & it was quite an experience! I remember the best part was that we had an entire wall of windows, so beautiful. I'm aware lofts aren't for everyone & they aren't all gorgeous, it's raw space & you have to like the style. Have you ever lived in a loft space? Would you consider living in one???

These were a few of my favorites from the
Living Etc. website, hope you enjoy them!

Images below via Loft Life Magazine.

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Thank you Bloggers.....

Hello everyone, sorry I didn't post on Friday....however, I wanted to say thank you to all these terrific bloggers for featuring my MadeByGirl products/design on their blogs. (If you don't see your blog here, I'll add you to the next 'Thank You' posting). However, if you'd like to appear on my blog in one of these posts, just let me know you have featured my products/designs on your blog....& you'll be included. Enjoy your Sunday! (Click on each banner to visit their page)

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Lots of Blues....Skona Hem

I thought this was quite an interesting home via Skona hem. Most of us wouldn't think of painting our kitchen cabinets in blue...but I really think it fits well in this particular home. The reason being, the blue continues throughout the home, which gives it a good flow. What do you think of this blue kitchen? Do you think it works?

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Beauty, Success and a great job.....Jenna Lyons

Jenna Lyons, is the creative director of JCrew and she is such a fashion icon. I remember seeing her home for the first time in Domino magazine. Her brownstone apartment, her large wardrobe closet....so beautiful! I found this interview with Jenna Lyons at the Huffington Post and was such a pleasure to read...don't you just love her office?? You can read it for yourself here.

Images via Huffington Post
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