The Indianapolis Home Show has come and gone for this year. We attended the first day when the crowds were light. Ashleigh was there representing CV Art and Frame which is the gallery where she works.
CV Art and Frame had this rooster piece by local artist Sally Mills on display. The texture on it is amazing.
I hope to have one of her art works someday.
The home show was huge and we spent most of our time in the art and decorating section. I'll show you some other things I saw there: a gigantic sock monkey relaxing on a sofa,
and this lovely scene of delicacies.
We sampled delicious little cookies and our eyes feasted on the many varieties of cupcakes from Mammaw's Sweet Shop.
The colors were so pretty I had to take a closer look.
Wine & Canvas offered a free painting session at certain times during each day. I wrote about how I participated in one of their classes before here.
I joined in and thought of my grandson while I painted this cute little snowman. It was relaxing and fun. Even though it was a simple painting, I learned some painting techniques that have helped me with other projects I have recently made.
I was drawn to this photo op
and then Dan joined in. It was just fun to browse and check in with Ashleigh from time to time.
I walked through the model home there to get some decorating ideas. Right inside the front door was a half bathroom. I liked the newsprint in cream colored frames.
Across the hall was the dining room.
Of course I notice the faux sweets. They were so pretty and intriguing. I am in the process of making faux doughnuts I will show you soon.
Then in the kitchen I saw these interesting jars.
There were four bedrooms. I didn't get any pictures of the master bedroom because there were too many people there, but I did get a few pictures of the other bedrooms. This was the teenage girl's space.
The inspiration for one of the boys bedrooms came from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The other bedroom had a Beatles theme.
In the hallway was a study area.
After we toured the model home, we returned to Ashleigh's exhibit and said good-bye.
Did you make it to the Indy Home Show? What did you like the most about it?