4.15.2016

TPC on Hanover Avenue ...

I was positively giddy when Anne Tollett of Hanover Avenue asked to interview me.  I positively love her video interviews and was truly honored when she wanted to include me.  So ... on St. Patrick's Day I put on my favorite green gingham shirt and sat down to chat with Anne.



You have seen this photo above, and now here are the rest of the shots and angles from the room.  I have been saving them waiting for this exact day to share them with you.







She loved almost all of the rooms on the main floor, but was truly interested in the den, which at the time I knew would be the last time it would be seen in this fashion.  Since the One Room Challenge was just weeks away, I was able to tell her something big was coming, but couldn't share with her any of the details.  Oh, the secrets I keep sometimes.

It was the most fun I have had in a while ... Anne is truly just as lovely as she seems on film.  We met the moment the camera started rolling and I loved our time together.  We chatted about my den, my office and she dug deep into why I started my blog and a little of what the journey has been like parenting a special needs child.  One day I will sit down and write down more of those details.  It seems like so long ago, and yet sometimes just yesterday.



The interview is here ... let me know what you think!

Happy Friday lovies!  Chin Chin to a good weekend!!

5 comments:

  1. Love the interview. I watched it with my 12 y.o. daughter, who is smitten with your design style (along with her mother!), and so enjoyed it. We had a great laugh over the "oatmeal linen" and it just reinforced our confidence to decorate without restraint, being true to our own style. Thank you!

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  2. The room looks so nice and I "totally" enjoyed seeing you come to life on video! Congratulations on your magazine feature.

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  3. Great interview! I loved every second watching it! Great job!

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  4. That was so much fun!!!!!! Most of the furnishings and such in my home are also inherited and the few that are not are predominately used furniture store finds. I love room that tells a story and yours does just that. And what a wonderful story it is. As Suzanne Kasler said "A room should feel collected, not decorated".

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