1. Parade of Homes
In May we had the amazing opportunity to partner with Michelle Thomas Design to fully design and furnish the Jenkins Vineyard Farm House at this year’s Parade of Homes at the Peninsula in Rough Hollow. A fun fact about our design- Tricia incorporated reminiscence of her childhood by using silverware from her father’s farm. After a week at the parade we won the People’s Choice Award and were absolutely thrilled. We loved being able to to be a part of this, our hearts are still full of gratitude!
High Cotton Home & Design was just a dream a few years ago, fast forward to May and we’ve already been in business for a year! A year ago the Gals had no idea what our first year would hold- we sure feel blessed this year has turned out the way it did. Filled with love, laughs and happiness, we’re looking forward to our second year in business with our ever-expanding High Cotton family.
Our newest member of the High Cotton family joined the Gals in October. A dream turned into reality- 9 months of praying and planning Bessie was picked up from Nashville and driven back to Austin. Since then she’s been a very busy gal delivering furniture and driving to installs, she even had her own photoshoot! We’re so happy she’s here in Austin, her forever home.
In November the Gals took High Cotton Home & Design (holiday edition) on the road to Palmer Events Center for 2017 A Christmas Affair: Haute Holiday. The Gals had a blast getting to meet so many sweet women from all across the Austin area! After a fun filled few days, we proudly won the title of “Best Home Interior Booth Design”, thank you to the Junior League of Austin for including us in this year’s A Christmas Affair!
We’re still in awe anytime we see our name in print, especially in one of our favorite magazines! Being featured in the January 2018 issue of Cowboys & Indians Magazine was truly a dream come true. We continuously feel so grateful to have the absolute best support system (that’s y’all) for believing in us enough to let us share our passion in print.