I arrived home a few hours ago to an empty house. My husband and daughters are still in St. Michaels, where the girls will go to sailing camp this week. Usually I love chilling by myself at home; it’s so rare that no one else is here. But it was a really fun weekend, filled w/ amazing food, bike riding, and hair dyeing…
…so I wasn’t as excited as usual to come back.
I threw down my bags and tackled the mail. All of the Bossettes were in a fabric and wallcovering frenzy last week, and swatches had arrived.
My spirits lifted immediately. Thank you, Anna French!
I saw Anna French’s latest and greatest collections when I was in the Duralee showroom recently, Thibaut section, Anna French division (whew!). I was in heaven. The designs are exquisite, the embroidery divine.
I’ve used Deilen Embroidery on some Roman Shades recently. Subtle yet stunning.
And I’m using French’s Rue de Seine fabric for some wonderful, long-standing bossy color clients right now. It’s gorgeous — and it comes in the loveliest colorways.
I’d love to get to know her wallcoverings selection better, too (although Anna will have to line up behind my main man, Manuel Canovas). I mean, this Eglantine wallcovering is pretty stellar. (The Matisse-esque painting ain’t bad, either.)
You’re fantastic, Anna French. Perked me right up and got me ready to return to Bossyland.
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