Gallery Wall Love

I'm often asked about the art work on my gallery wall, so I thought I'd share it here with you today.  I love bringing in local artists and designers and entrepreneurs I've met in the blogosphere.  So, starting from the bottom left, going clockwise, here's the breakdown, in case you want to get your own.  I can't exactly pin point my taste beyond calling it eclectic.  Most everything in my life has some sort of sentimental value or meaning.  Welcome to this fashion blogger/wardrobe stylist's installment (version) of VH1 Storytellers. 

Memory of my High School/Middle School/Elementary School besties, short my first BFF, on the 50 yard line at our 10 year high school reunion 11 years ago. 

Brass Heron mate, just like my Grandmother's, that I scored for $7.99 at our local Goodwill.  Have you Charlotte peeps been to the new Goodwill Opportunity Campus?  You NEED to visit and check out the new GW Specialty Store. Here's one.

Oil painting of me, age 3, at home in Wilmington, NC, that my Grandmother painted.  My talented Mom has followed suit! Check out Beth Lee Art.  Her beach scenes are TDF, and she takes commissions!

Watercolor Lips print by the ridic cool Jessica at The Aestate.

Watercolor print of my hometown, Asheville, Land of the Sky, by Asheville's own, Ann Vasilik.

Sunburst mirror from One Kings Lane.  Shop the entire collection HERE

Pair of abstract paintings by my seriously talented young friend, Taylor O. Thomas

Slim Aarons Poolside Gossip print.  I also love this family's drive across the harbour at Nassau. As my Great-Grandmother would say, After All, I mean, Well, You Know!  And this lifestyle.. seriously!  Check out most of his prints HERE


Vintage glass grapes from Matters of Style Marketplace, just like my Grandmother's.

My Clemson Baseball legend, Uncle Rusty, keeping it real with an autographed B&W from his three-time All American days.

Hot Pink lamp shade from World Market.  

Beverly Palm Print, another fabu print from Jessica at The Aestate.  Or just go bold and do the headboard

My sweet, sweet, Baby Hank, now all big boy, my Handsome Hank.