Greetings from your bleeding heart hostess. I loved reading through your comments so much that I just couldn’t pick one winner! I’ve picked three!!! You ready, Layla? :0) You ladies are all wonderful and I wish I could hook you all up with design consultations but my husband would probably no longer be my biggest fan. And I would miss that a lot! Layla’s design consultations are so incredibly reasonable, you should give yourself this gift.
The “random” winner by random number generation is:
Oh this is sooooo exciting!! I love Layla’s work! Whoever wins this will be so lucky to have a design consult from her! She is headed for big things! Thanks for having this great contest!- Jessica
The second winner I selected out of sheer intrigue over her space and her crafty writing that made me want to reach through my laptop, sit down and have a cup of coffee with her:
Blog Author said…
I have the weirdest fake Frank Lloyd Wright Living Room ever,–with brick & a glass cupola and wood walls. The room shape is weird, but man o man it is soooo cool. If I only knew what to do with the furniture. I believe you would be doing a public service helping this poor room out of the 1960’s. I hereby enter and remain your hopeful winning entry. Yours if you’ll have me, Jane
The third winner is my good will winner. I read this comment and my heart poured out all over the floor. Barbara, for having her father in law come to live with her-your beautiful heart deserves a beautiful and well-planned space! Barbara’s comment was:
Erin…I love your taste and I agree with you about Layla. She has great vision and really beautiful taste.I would be thrilled to have a free written consultation. My FIL is coming to live with us, and I need to do some rearranging to make room.Thanks so much.Barbara
Winners, email Layla to set up your design consult, email@example.com.
Thank you so much, everyone, for your comments and kind words and interest in my blog, life, and home.
God’s blessings to everyone and wishes for a beautiful tomorrow.
Photo credit to Miss Layla, that is her beautiful “reading room.” Dreamy!