Re-post: Celebrate Home Magazine, fall issue

4 09 2017

In 2012, Barbara Kelley and I launched Celebrate Home Magazine, a quarterly lifestyle publication. Visit our website at www.celebratehomemagazine.com. We published four issues (fall 2012, winter 2013, spring 2013 and summer 2013).

Click the link below to download a two-page spread pdf of the magazine:

CelebrateHomeMagFall2012 Spreads

Click the link below to download a pdf designed for single page printing:

CelebrateHomeMagFall2012 Pages

Want to order a print copy of Celebrate Home Magazine? Click here, then sign up for a free magcloud.com account. You can download the FREE pdf or purchase a print copy on this link.

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Check out my store on Society6!

19 04 2015

Trying my hand at an online store called Society6 to sell my photos on a variety of fun products! All images are available as unframed and framed prints as well as canvases, too, in a variety of different sizes.

I’ll be uploading more later, but there’s plenty to choose from now—prints (unframed, framed and canvas), iPhone/iPad/iPod cases, laptop skins, pillows, tote bags, and greeting cards.

I’m learning as I go and should be able to offer other products such as small area rugs, t-shirts, mugs and even shower curtains. I will be uploading more photos this week so check back often!

Check it out (and support a starving artist while you’re there)! Click on the link below and be sure to look at the list of other products on the left side of the screen.

http://society6.com/cindydyer

Pillows!





On Assignment: Kitchen remodel by Cross Construction

27 10 2014

I love the mosaic backsplash in this kitchen I photographed in San Antonio earlier this month. Check out more remodeling projects by Cross Construction here: http://crossconstructionsa.com

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

Mosaic Kitchen





On Assignment: Dreamy kitchen by Cross Construction

27 10 2014

I photographed this gorgeous kitchen earlier this month in San Antonio, TX. I’ll take it “as is,” including the cat! The beams were actually created from scratch by distressing new wood—I bet that was a fun project!

They made the beams from scratch because ‘real’ ones would be too heavy to try and get into the space. These are hollow beams that were ripped, then distressed with chains, wire, brushes, burned, and whitewashed/painted.

Check out more projects here: http://crossconstructionsa.com

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

DreamyKitchen





P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home at Moss Mountain Farm, Part 6

21 12 2012

One of the most inviting spots in P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home was the screened sleeping porch at the back of the house. In his introduction before the tour, he mentioned one of the designers wanted to add a fourth bed to the porch, but he nixed that idea, saying, “We don’t want it to look like a tuberculosis ward!” Below is a shot of the three beds in the sleeping porch, which is the top level of the two-level porch.

SleepingPorch

Below: This room also has a gorgeous copper bathtub (not a lot of privacy, obviously!) and Sue just had to try it out (yes, she is tiny and yes, the tub is huge).

SueBathtub

Below: On the same floor in the front of the house was a guest bedroom with two beds with a crisp color palette of brown, beige and white. I think the two paintings of clouds above the beds might have been done by P. Allen Smith.

BrownBedroom1

Below: Corner desk area

BrownBedDesk





P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home at Moss Mountain Farm, Part 4

14 12 2012

This is the study/library area outside the master bedroom, sitting area, bedroom, desk/study and master bath. All photos taken with my iPhone.

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Masterbedbathstudy





P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home at Moss Mountain Farm, Part 2

14 12 2012

These shots were taken on the main floor of the house (middle floor), walking out from the kitchen/dining/sitting area onto the screened porch. The stairs lead down to the walkout basement level with a beautiful family room and another bedroom. Doors lead out to a patio and onto the lawn, flanked on either side by Smith’s detached art studio (one of my favorite highlights!) and an outdoor kitchen/prep building. The garden stretches out below this area, with a stunning view of the river and valley below. I’d love to come back in the spring to see the property when the gardens are in full bloom. All of these shots were done with my iPhone (amazing little thing)!

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Smith Screen Porch mid lorez