Blue and White Monday with Cathy Kincaid Interiors

Cathy Kincaid Interiors is very appropriate for Blue and White Monday. I've shared her work here many times, but I've never done an entire feature on her beautiful interiors.  As she uses blue and white beautifully, I'm overdue. Cathy is a Texas girl. She graduated from TCU, and worked for Joseph Minton before moving to Dallas in 1976.  One of the things for which she's most known is the 2003 Southern Accents Show House, which was spectacular. I spent an afternoon there, and enjoyed every minute.

Her portfolio is extensive.  I've shared only a small fraction of the gorgeousness available to peruse.  To see more go here.  Well, what do you think?  I know you will have seen some of these incredible rooms before.  Do you have a favorite?

Blue and White Thursday - Store Finally OPEN!

I have two things I want to tell you today.  First, my new store is FINALLY open!  I'll be adding new items all the time.  I have several I'll be adding in the next few days, in fact.  So, keep checking in.  The other thing I'm excited to share is the illustration above.  I needed something that combined my prints and the blue and white.  Laura Row, of Spun Sugar Paperie, created this for me.  I'm absolutely thrilled with the job she did, and how lovely she was to work with.  Be sure to check out her fabulous store!

 To celebrate the opening of the store, I'm sharing a few beautiful blue and white images.  Enjoy, and have a lovely day!

Carolyne Roehm

Carolyne Roehm

Carolyne Roehm


Cathy Kincaid

Look Familiar?

Does any of this look familiar to you?  Occasionally, I enjoy looking through Dallas real estate listings.  I was perusing last night and saw this house.  I knew immediately that it looked very familiar.  I'd seen this house in the December 2008 issue of Southern Accents.  Decorated for Christmas, it was so warm and beautiful that I shared the photos on my blog this past December.  And can you guess the well known Dallas designer who created these lovely interiors?  Cathy Kincaid, of course.  Even though summer is almost upon us, you should still take a look at this house in all its Christmas finery.  See it here.