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I’m ready for my close up!

by habituallychic

12 . 03 . 09

I’ve been busy all day working on my client projects which included shopping for carpets at Paul H. Lee. If you haven’t checked him out in the D&D, I highly recommend that you do. I found exactly what I needed and he couldn’t be nicer! And now I have to prepare for a photo shoot at one of my other projects in the morning. Too bad I don’t think it will look like the one in the photo above! Anyway, I am sorry to say that I have no time to write a proper post tonight. I hope that you will forgive me and check back later for a fabulous holiday themed post! Ciao!

UPDATE: Thanks for all the warm wishes. The photo shoot went very well and you can see the results in the next issue of Lonny magazine on December 10th!

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  1. Modern Traditionalist December 3, 2009 | 2:31 am

    You are completely forgiven considering you took the time to post that you are too tired to write a post! Looking forward to more holiday inspiration!

  2. Erik Perez December 3, 2009 | 2:58 am

    Enjoy your photoshoot… they’re always exciting

  3. Penelope Bianchi December 3, 2009 | 7:15 am

    Hi! I have no idea how you do your blog…and work…..and read other blogs.

    I just am resisting becoming a hermit.

    but the blogs are so amazing and delightful!

    thanks! Yours is one of my absolute faves!


  4. maison21 December 3, 2009 | 7:32 am

    can’t wait to see the results of the shoot in ********. told ya i wouldn’ tell!


  5. Karena December 3, 2009 | 4:20 pm

    It does take a lot to work full time, be an artist pretty much full time, and maintain our friendships through blogging and reading! By the way My bar looks pretty pitiful, need to stock up. Eddie and Jaithan’s are favorites!

  6. Cherish December 3, 2009 | 4:28 pm

    Break a leg at the shoot, Heather. I’m writing this a bit late, so you’re probably in the thick of things right now. Can’t wait to see the results!!
    BTW, just mentioned you in my most recent post – I loved the photo of your desk from the holiday card post. I’m soooo jealous!!

  7. Maureen Sullivan Stemberg, Interiors December 3, 2009 | 4:41 pm

    Heather, not a problem at all. That is a major
    reason, I will not have a blog!! Have a great shot,
    and remember… Clients, always must come first.
    I look forward to your holiday post.

  8. Teresa Hatfield December 3, 2009 | 6:49 pm


  9. the NEO-traditionalist December 3, 2009 | 9:16 pm

    Congrats to you and to Lonny! Can’t wait to see it! How exciting…
    XX Kate

  10. Sherry December 4, 2009 | 12:31 am

    Hi! I’ve been following your blog for some time now and for some reason I decided to look back through your old posts today. I was very excited to see your posts on Kansas City. It truly is a fabulous place to live. I live about 45 minutes from the plaza on the Kansas side. We just completed a farmhouse on 10 acres. Just yesterday I was browsing local real estate listings and I came across a fabulous house for sale that I wanted to post about on my blog. Unfortunately the pictures I saved from the listing turned out too blury to use which is probably a result of my lack of computer skills. Anyway low and behold I saw 2 pictures you had taken of Zim Loys house during your stay in Kansas City and it’s the same house. I knew this house either belonged to a designer or a designer was definatley invlolved.

    Thanks for the post on Kansas City.


  11. jones December 4, 2009 | 5:36 pm

    Can’t wait to see the results–this kind of tired is a good thing. Mary

  12. ... December 8, 2009 | 5:43 pm

    Heather, I love your blog and also love Paul Lee. I’m so excited to see the “shout out” to one of our most reliable vendors. Time and again he will appear in our office with just the right carpet sample to seal the deal. Here’s a link to carpets he provided for my own Sag Harbor home (subtle but just the right touch) http://www.ellenhansondesigns.com/About_Press_HCG2007.html
    We are intrigued about LonNY and look forward to checking out friends Rita Konig and Debra Needleman’s collaboration. Regards, Ellen Hanson