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December 03, 2009


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It looks fabulous and everything Patricia does is gorgeous!

What a great idea! Loved seeing Patricia's line drawing before colour. Off to read about Kathie Lee's house...


simply amazing.... love this... x pam

You guys are a great team!
I too am a proud owner of a couple of PVE watercolors, and I cherish them.
They make a great gift, and a wonderful way to treat yourself.
Eddie, I love your thought process! The end result is amazing.
xo xo

Braswells never disappoints! Neither do you....LOVE IT!

Eddie, Can you repost the video on making bows for gifts? I saw it once on You Tube but can't find it. I need another lesson. Thanks!

Hi Eddie, Love the final result , what a great idea and a wonderful collaboration with PVE.I love to see and hear how your mind works. Hugs Kathysue

Wow, when two amazing artists get together an incredible piece comes out in the end! I love what both of you have done here. Your piece looks gorgeous framed!

Wonderful story and project... perfectly described - what fun!!

What a great combination's of stuff, you pulled it all together brilliantly. Patricia's watercolor is beautiful.


The blue chair added the spark to the room! Thanks for sharing!

That was so much fun. You definitely have the Midas touch.

Beautiful! Love your ideas for the furniture!

What a fun surprise to see Patricia over here! I am a big fan. :-)

Eddie and Jaithan, Patricia never disappoints and of course the perfect framing from Steve with Larson Juhl. you just can't go wrong. I am hoping for a rendering from Patricia for the holidays!

What fun to create a room with cast offs! I love treasure hunting at flea markets and thrift stores and giving new life to old things. I am glad to have found your blog and hope that you will visit my 5 blogs as well to find a favorite.

How is it that seeing you smile, always makes me smile? Hope you and Jaithan are having a great holiday season!

*Big ole bear hugs and kisses!*

That is going to be GORGEOUS!! I am so excited for the final reveal! Can't wait!

love your site and all you are doing -very inspiring. best, tamara stephenson from http://nestnestnest.blogspot.com

Eddie thanks for walking us through the process. It looks wonderful. I was fortunate to see Patricia's side and now I'm happy to see yours. Amazing work. Love it what a great collaboration.

Patricia surely has a way of bringing good things together- rooms, friends, and inspiration for all. Love the gorgeous room illustration and that frame. What a great team you make.

Thank you so much for the opportunity to work with you Eddie!
You are a joy, and have so much energy and "joie de vivre" for design and giving everything you find purpose and meaning in a new and clever way!
It was such an honor to do the illustration for you!

I saw that floral/chinoiserie fabric and thought 'that's it, I've finally found the fabric I've been looking for, for months and months!' And then I read that it's vintage. Eddie, did you buy it... or do you think it's still there? The colors are perfect, as is the "room" you designed. Love it!

I simply love to see how you do your work. It's amazing to me how you put things together to make them work in a room...truly, it's cool to see how it all comes together so nicely. Thanks!

So fun and what a great collaboration!

WOW it turned out gorgeous! I love her work!

I am madly in love with that coffee table. God I hope it's still there because I want it! Fabulous taste, Eddie!

- Kate

Good to have seen you in action, love your concept of using finds
and your collaboration wit Patricia was a huge success!
You together are unbeatable!


Thanks so my for sharing. I, too, am a notorious scavenger. Looking forward to more of your insights. :-)


Simply stunning! Your eye for what a piece can become is unmatched! What an amazing gift!

How great is that! I especially like the blue velvet on the ottoman. And I love that darling business card(?) you're holding.

Hope you guys are having a great holiday season so far!!


Such a neat concept, Eddie. I like the furniture that you picked out and the plans that you put together. And what a great reminder of your plans...a watercolor. You are so right, framing is everything. It is so great watching you work and seeing how far you are coming. Wishing you the best,

Hi Eddie!
How is Braswell Galleries? Are there bargains there...or do only serious antique shoppers go?
Looking forward to seeing you next week!

I just discovered you and LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog! It's brilliant! I fear I may be addicted, but you have sprinkled me with some inspiration today that I desperately needed. Thank you and keep up the great work!

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