Day 7: Gingham Style

Not to be confused with Gangnam Style…which, we admit, have no idea how that song became so popular…the dance isn’t even that fun!?

any who..

Yay for day seven of this glorious month!!

Today we are going to give thanks to the Gingham Pattern!! So, I cant totally discredit Gangnam Style, as they were the inspiration for this post!

What is gingham, you ask? Well, the official definition for gingham is a medium weight balanced plain woven fabric made from dyed cotton or cotton blend yarn. Yawn.

Maybe this little girl can shed some light?

Or maybe this spread, oh, what a delight!!

Perhaps a colorful twist on a pattern quite trite!

Now that you know what gingham is all about,

and you’ve got the right pattern in mind

Look at this fabulous stationary to keep your cards a bind!

Bikinis to bows ~ and even peep toes!!

Grab a comfortable chair…

…or that throw over there.

Whether “red” or “blue”…we are all humans too!! (pun intended ;))


or small….

We love the GINGHAM PATTERN, we love them all!!!

Thanks for stoping by today,

come back again tomorrow to see to to see what attention we pay!!

P.S. Happy Birthday to the cutest little 2 year old ever, my nephew, Isaac Martin Neely

Day 6: High Back Chairs

Today we are thankful for High Back Chairs!!!

Chairs, in general, have been around since the beginning of time. And for thousands of years considered a state of dignity rather than commodity.

In this post, we are not going to bore you with useless information about the history of the high back chair. Instead, we are going to show you some of our favorites to date!! Enjoy!!

LOVE this chair from Restoration Hardware we used for a clients’ dining room head chairs!

We saw these Safavieh chairs last year at the Las Vegas Market. Needless to say, we have a very active Safavieh account!

Doesn’t this chair look like it was built for royalty?? Solid polished stainless steel legs and accent. Original modern design inspired by India.
Made in Asia for a reasonable price. Extraordinary appeal, quality, and comfort that is off the charts.
It really is a chair made for a king or queen.


Thanks for stoping in for this quick post showing our gratitude and love for high back chairs!!!

We are loving these 30 days of thankful design so far… Are you??