If decor is your porn, this is your blog.
I posted about THIS place before, but I am still in love. And they have big fancy new photos on their website. More reasons to get my ass to Texas. Yeah, I said it. Texas. I want to go to Texas.
Just a note to wish you a Happily wicked New Year. Whatever you do, it's working.....carry on. (I know you love that phrase). Seriously...best wishes for a great New Year!Katie
You want to come to Houston because you want to hang with me. The shopping is just a bonus.
Finally: Texas decorating that isn't too Texas and isn't too fake-Europe.
Why WOULDN'T you want to go to Texas? Plus you get to wear short sleeves in January.
when you see John Salindino shopping here(Houston)...you know something is up.
We'd love some Decorno here in Texas.
You are going to love the shopping in Houston...go to Area and Kuhl-Linscomb.
Austin is a really awesome city- I never thought I'd be so happy living in Texas!
Hi Decorno - totally off topic: you're pretty opinionated - what do you think of a parent taking a picture of her 2 year old daughter in a party hat that says 'happy fucking birthday' and posting it on her blog?. I recently visited a design blog where the host posted this photo of her daughter's 2nd birthday. I had hoped that there would be some debate about it but there wasn't. I'd love to know what you and your opinionated followers think - this would be a very lively discussion I would guess. M
Hmm... M, I guess I would need to know the context. Sometimes the humor is more acceptable if it's very surprising, like if Uptight Souther Blooger Lady did it. Otherwise, it may just seem kinda white-trashy. In general, I will reserve judgement because I haven't seen it and it doesn't seem like any lives will be ruined, but I will say that I don't like it when kids are dressed as punchlines. Like the "iPooped" t-shirt or the "I'm with stupid" one. I feel like if the kid can't be in on the joke, then keep him out of the adult antics. I feel very old having written that. Oy.
Swing by Kansas City and take me down with you, I'd love to visit this place.
Anon is referring to Raina's blog with the pea's birthday picture. There is quite a bit of discussion about it, actually.
Ok... god bless google, I just found it. I read the scoldy comment from anon and then saw Raina's response, which is hysterical:"Anon, what you can't see in the photo is the hot pink toddler thong she's sporting. As soon as her gross motor skills are up to snuff, she's gonna work that pole. She's gotta earn her preschool tuition somehow."Ha! Oh, Raina. But I am not going to worry about how people are raising their kids as long as they kids are happy and healthy. However - and on an unrelated note - I do want to know if this comment on Nick Olsen's blog was Raina's:Hopefully, design bloggers with no design training or professional experience will disappear.ifthelampshadefits | Dec 30, 2008 3:28:01 AMhttp://ifthelampshadefits.blogspot.com/2009/01/read-fine-print.html
It sounds bitter, like the commenter has felt excluded, or that her decorating chops have been devalued.
I have no desire to go to Texas per se, but a good shopping experience transcends place, as illustrated here.
All I have to say is, why go to TX when you could go to New Orleans?Just sayin'
quarter rat, You need a better photo. You look potentially hot.Just sayin'.
A very cool store!
Just be sure to NOT come down between oh, say May and October when it's 100 degrees outside. :) Otherwise, come on down, we'd love to see "Decorno does Dallas!' :D
Oh thank you...I Live right near this store and did not even know it. I am going tomorrow!!!!!Kim
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