Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Placating us, Brian wears the richly textured mahogany silk cravat with coral coloured petit points. She stared at the heavy burled oak dresser and crib with dismay. "They're family heirlooms worth thousands," her husband said. "They mean it to be a very loving and important gift for the baby." Later, she found fluffy sheer fabric with multicolored polkadots. She made billowing curtains, valances, a dust ruffle for the crib, and a half-ruffle for the dresser, which would be doubling as a changing table with a custom-made pad on top. The effect was lovely. The warm finish of the oak grounded the room and made it feel safe and strong. She thought of her husband and smiled.
Brought to Life by Nance at 11:00 PM