I am thrilled to share with you that DWI has received some great coverage in several publications over the past month.
I am excited to have been selected as a member of Coastal Living and Southern Living‘s Designer Network. The design network is made up of a group of editorially recommended designers for readers of these publications. I am thankful to be one of three designers from Alabama to be selected in this group, and I look forward to the opportunity to connect with readers of these magazines.
Hunter Douglas asked Traditional Home readers to chose from the 10 up- and- coming New Trad designers whose work they most admire. As I’ve shared with you, I am honored to have been selected, and appreciate all of the support.
Traditional Home also shared the results from the Ethan Allen virtual mood board contest based on a local landmark. If you’ll remember, I created a family room inspired by Vulcan Park and Museum. Thanks to nearly 7,000 votes from you, I won. Thank you!
If you haven’t already seen these publications, check them out.
With my favorite holiday a few days away, it always makes me reflect- as it should- on the many blessings I have.
Sure, my life is not perfect. I have trials and tribulations that come up like all of us do. Lately, I have been dealing with a labral tear in my hip, but aside from day to day stresses, I have so much to be thankful for in my life.
And while I have so many blessings, there are many wonderful people out there that I am grateful for- family, friends, clients, and people I work with on a regular basis.
I am also grateful for my children’s teachers, coaches, and friends, as they play such a large part in influencing my girls.
Thank you, thank you to all my clients and readers. Your support and encouragement mean so much.
Wishing you and your loved ones a happy and meaningful Thanksgiving,