Finally it’s on! After working late into the night setting things up and dealing with all manner of last-minute complications, we ready, set, and it’s a go! Believe it or not, Tombstone isn’t just a city with a famous gunfight, it’s also known for it’s wonderful Holiday Tour of Homes! This year will be the second year that our No. 11 is included in this lovely event. Once again, “The Dressmaker’s Cottage at #11” will be fully decorated for Christmas and will have extra surprises of antique machines, part of our antique clothing museum, some new period furniture pieces and a few sparkly things.
All ready for the holidays- don’t mind the modern trash can… 😉
So, let’s a take a look inside…
And two new furniture pieces just recently re-upholstered.
Once of our fabulous ball gown/wedding dress creations c. 1878 – 1881. Yes, wedding dresses came in colors other than white!
And Miss Molly presiding over everything…
As we process pictures, we’ll have more for your viewing pleasure, so stay tuned! ❤
No snow this year and the temperature was quite mild but we thought we’d include this anyway since it is the Christmas season.
We’re proud to once again be participating in the Tombstone’s Holiday Tour of Homes for the second year running. We’ve made some changes at No. 11 since last year to include some newly re-upholstered furniture and a different floor plan designed to show off No. 11 at it’s best. “The Dressmaker’s Cottage at #11” will be fully decorated for Christmas and will have extra surprises of antique machines, part of our antique clothing museum, and a few sparkly things. If you’re in the area (or plan to be) this Saturday, please enjoy this event, it’s for charity and there are so many wonderful homes and places of interest to see. ❤
Miss Molly Approves!
Miss Lily, our creative consultant watching cat TV and giving us inspiration. 🙂
A little Jim Edson completes this look until we get the Mid-Century mirror moved here. Yes, there’s definitely a Mid-Century vibe going on here… 🙂
The new studio office is finally shaping up. 🙂 Decided on silver grey taffeta for the drapes with a shirred cornice box and white sheers underneath, to be finished next month. The worst part is over! It finally feels like home, and part of that is finally having little Lily here.