It might shock some of you to know that I have never been to Costco. I hear my friends talking about it all the time but there's just 2 of us living in this house so in my mind it just didn't make sense to buy in bulk.
Fast forward to the other day when I was leaving my last appointment and I was faint from hunger. It was about 4:00 and I was passing Costco. I swerved into the parking lot on 2 wheels because I had also heard stories of snacks at every corner.
I practically ran up to the counter to join...... grabbed my cart and headed to the food area. Good Lord people it was nirvana. Cute people with hair nets and blue smocks pushing food like there was a contest. I tasted everything and even had to circle the cheesecake with strawberries and whip cream 3 times until the line went down.
What really amazed me was that after I gorged, paid for my items I came across this.
Food you have to pay for. That was weird to me cause there is free food all over the place.
I bounced out of there like I had just discovered gold. Plus I was full:) Win....win right? Although when you think about it I just paid 55.00 for snacks. I never said I was a math whiz.
As promised I have a few other vendors to share with you from the New York show. I spent more time here than any other booth!
Holy smokes y'all. The Guildery was founded by Shane Reilly [founder of Decorati] and Kelly Berger [co founder of Tiny Prints acquired by Shutterfly].
Bottom line.....any pattern in any color on Belgian linen, sailcloth, cotton twill and others.
It is mind boggling and of course my ADD set in so I was frozen and could not make a decision.
Some of their designers include Lindsay Coral Harper.
Are you dying yet? Well hold on to your hats. There are 3 pages of collections....
Here are three I put together.
I mean it's ridiculous. The possibilities are infinity.
And....if your mind isn't already spinning you can design your own fabric. Yep. They pretty much covered everything.
Don't ever say I didn't hook you up.