Holy cow – thank you, Washington Post, for putting bossy color on the cover of the Real Estate section yesterday! Deborah Dietsch‘s article is called, “Stuck in Neutral? Here’s How Nervous Homeowners can Color Their World.” Hey. However I can help. We’ll get a PDF of the article up on the bossy color website so you can […]
You want your home to reflect YOU, but you don’t know how I bet you’re a pretty amazing person. But being amazing and having your home look amazing require two different skill sets. Sometimes fascinating people have great senses of style; knowledge about the most interesting products on the market; AND the interest, time, and […]
Hello, Gentle Readers! Under the heading, “change is good” (subheading, “a slippery slope”), the walls in my living room are now blush (Benjamin Moore’s 050 Pink Moiré)! I desperately wanted to use Farrow & Ball paint. The product is amazing, and I’ve been eager to get back to it…the depth of color is just so gorgeous. […]
Thank you, Bethesda Magazine! Bossy color is proud to have our interior design work featured in this year’s Home Issue — and on the cover, too! Be sure and pick up your copy before they sell out ;) More pictures of the fabulous home on the cover are inside the magazine and on bossy color’s website. Annie […]
Dear Gentle Readers,
I apologize. I didn’t intend to get out of the posting groove, but as you can see, it happened anyway. Rather than continuing to disappoint you every time you rush to your computer in excited anticipation of bossy color blog’s next installment (I hope the gentle sarcasm is coming through), I am going to declare, officially, that bossy color blog is on hiatus this summer…
The other day I was talking to the wonderful Sheila Hagar of the Walla Walla Union Bulletin, and she casually asked, “So how’s your living room looking these days?”
Egad! I thought. (Or something close to it.) Things have changed! Not too much, but still, enough for an update….
Yesterday a friend asked me about another friend’s rental apartment. It’s a little sterile. She just moved in, doesn’t know how long she’ll be there.
“Is she allowed to paint?” I asked innocently. Because, well, duh.