We moved into our current house about 4 years ago. One of the things we have always talked about doing was to have our kitchen cabinets painted. Finally we decide to go for it! We used a company out of Hurst, Texas called Noteworthy Home. They did our bedroom furniture a few years back. They do amazing work! We could not be more happy with how it turned out. We went with Sherwin Williams - Rare Gray for the cabinets and Sherwin Williams - Urban Bronze for the island. Below are a few pics of the transformation. It makes our kitchen so much brighter and custom looking.
We have been looking to expand our products for our Tumbleweed TexStyles brand over the last year or so. We have added pint glasses, beer growlers, beanies, trucker hats, tea mugs, and outerwear to name a few. Back in December we stumbled upon a company in Europe that could make us an enamel camp mug. We contacted them and got the ball rolling soon after. We decided to use our Texas TeePee design on the side to go with the outdoor camp theme. These mugs are made using an old world technique practiced for over 100 years. The quality is unbeatable. The mugs are dishwasher and campfire safe. We absolutely love how they turned out! They can be purchased here.
Below is the finished product:
I had the pleasure of working with the fine folks over at The Rib Whisperer to develop their new logo for all their BBQ sauces, rubs, and spices. It's really cool to see an idea go from a sketch to an actual label on a bottle of BBQ sauce. You may have seen Trace Arnold on the History Channel traveling the country with his big smoker. He is known for his big personality and his big cowboy hat. He also owns a local BBQ joint called 3 Stacksin Frisco, Texas. Here is what I came up with for their design:
Happy New Year!! 2014 was a great year! I am working hard to get 2015 started off on the right foot. I have a lot of new things in the works I can't wait to share.Here are a few images from my phone from the last few months:
I went to the David Dike Fine Art Gallery in Dallas last night for the opening of the Jon Flaming show - Oil On Canvas -Paintings of the Texas Oil & Gas Industry. I have been following Jon's work for a couple of years now and I was finally able to see it in person. It was also great to actually get to meet Jon and his family. They are such nice folks. The show runs until December 6th. If you are in Dallas get over there and check it out! The west Texas themed paintings are just my style!