This is the 'neutral' room in our house. Easy to swap out the quilts and accessories. So, January after taking down the tree along with red and green quilts for Christmas; we are on to red and white.
Small pieces are in the cradles and table tops, larger quilts are on the floor rack and walls.
Blinds and curtains are only open for photos and company.
This is the opposite wall.
Both of the applique quilts are hand applique and quilted.
I use the "Hang It Dang It " which is adjustable, one nail needed for a range of quilt widths. Great product I highly recommend. In same cases I baste a hanging sleeve, for a few a pin the sleeve on. Some of my collection will never hand for display.
A few red themed books are also recommended.
Coulouring The Nation (see all my book marks?) is a good reference book. Check out their website with the link. Glorious collection of turkey reds.
I just started, "A Perfect Red"by Amy Butler Greenfield. It has been out a while and has just made it to the top of my reading list. So far it's been hard to put down.
There are small sewing goodies on display.
One is a sterling pin heart placed on a Westmoreland milk glass pair of hands. Pins are inserted along the red velvet middle edge. The loop at the top allows it to be connected to a chatelaine and added to a neck chain.
With my heart in my hand, I wish you a