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Monday, December 16, 2013

Have you met Ted Kennedy Watson?!

Since it tis the season for giving I have put together a month of giveaways for YOU as a 
thank you for following and reading the blog.  It's my small way to say "thank you" and to let you know how much I appreciate your continued interest and support, and how grateful I am to those who take the time to leave comments.  
It means so much to me to have you here.


If you don't already know the stylish and affable Ted Kennedy Watson, you need to meet him!
Ted is the proprietor of  two wonderful shops in beautiful Seattle- Watson Kennedy Fine Home and Watson Kennedy Fine Living.  (To honor his late father, the business name is his father's name backwards.) Ted is a master curator- handpicking every item in both his shops, and he believes that it's the simple things that make life grand.  From a wonderfully scented candle or soap, to a vintage cocktail shaker, or the perfect note card Ted brings them all to life in his shops (which are shrines to find the perfect gift- either for someone else or yourself;)   His skills creating display vignettes are both inviting and inspiring.  In fact, years before I met Ted through blogging I would make it a point to go to his shop in Pikes Place Market whenever we flew to Seattle from Dallas to antique shop.  It was a must-stop for me, even if the shop was closed I would peek in all the windows to get inspiration for display vignettes for my antiques business.  I'm sure Ted cursed the person leaving all those nose prints on his windows!
I adore this quote from the website,  "The shops and this web site are really an extension of my homes and how I feel the good life can be lived.  Design, gift giving, manners, style- all have great importance to me.  We live in such a rushed world!  I want to inspire people to light a candle, set a stunning dinner table, or hand write a note:  time will slow down and we become more aware of our surroundings.  The shops are a reflection of that quality and my life, my travels, and the things I love."
Ted is also a fellow blogger pinning the blog Ted Kennedy Watson -which is a little bit Martha (think decorating tips) and a little bit Ina (think elegant, yet simple, recipes) all rolled into lots of inspiration and beautiful images.   You've probably seen Ted before;  his home or his shops have been featured in House Beautiful, In Style, Allure, Country Living, Lucky and Domino magazines.  His Seattle home was featured in Homes Across America (that was the best show ever, in my opinion) and his Vashon Island cottage on Small Space, Big Style, both on HGTV.
  



Ted is also a the author of 
Style & Simplicity
 An A to Z Guide to Living a More Beautiful Life
which will be published May 2014. 
The iconic Barbara Barry wrote the foreword to the book.



Ted has graciously offered to giveaway to one of my reader his upcoming book Style and Simplicity (you will be mailed a signed cover now and once the book is out in May it will be sent to you) along with a
 French Le Jacquard Francais dish towel, 
and a fig Diptyque candle- which Ted says is his favorite!

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment! 
Once again, if you are commenting as anonymous please remember to include your email address, and if you are entering with a google account, please make sure there is an email associated with the account.  The giveaway will run for 3 days and will close on Wednesday, December 18th at 6 p.m. EST.  
Ted kindly said to open the giveaway to everyone worldwide!  
The winner will be contacted via email.


Can't get to Seattle?  
Then shop Watson Kennedy online HERE!  Be sure to click on the "to smell" tab to shop the amazing selection of soaps and candles.

To pre-order Style & Simplicity- An A to Z Guide to Living a More Beautiful Life  HERE


The giveaway is now closed.


The giveaway ended with 252 comments, 2 of those comments were replies to the original entry which count as one, so that left a true number of entries at 250.  A random number generator chose the following entry.
Congratulations Victoria!!

252 comments:

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Susan B. said...

Ooh, I wish I was going to Seattle! It looks like a place I would love to visit. Thanks for the introduction and for the opportunity! Susan

Chione said...

There are so many fun things in his online store. I wish I was able to go to Seattle, but one day! I'd love to have a copy of his new book and the fig candle sound divine. Thanks for the give-away!

dgmills said...

Wow, another great giveaway. We shall start calling you Santa.
Have a wonderful week.
dgmills@tampabay.rr.com

Adrienne N. said...

what a great giveaway! I've always wanted a Diptyque candle, but I've never been able to afford one. this would be such a great Christmas present to me!

Terry said...

I love the quote from Ted's website and can't wait to check out his blog!

Terry
Terrypitzer@mac.com

the gardener's cottage said...

joan, love him and love the title of his new book!

also...well done on trina's sofa fabric. it is exquisite!

Renee said...

What a fabulous giveaway!! Looking forward to spending some time looking at his blog, etc. later today!! :)

Maureen said...

Can't wait to go have a look around. This is one book that would get lots of use! Thanks for the great give away!

Anonymous said...

Oh - I love finding new blogs that make me ohhh and awe! Thank you. lisa.sipe@hennepin.us

farmerstrophywife.com said...

love new books! and candles...great giveaway, thank you and Merry Christmas!

-Lisa said...

Hi Joan,
Another exciting giveaway! It feels like Christmas :-)
I just spent the last 20 or so minutes browsing Watson Kennedy and love each and every item the shop is offering! I hope I win :-)
Fondly-Lisa

the Frugal Ecologist said...

What a great giveaway - excited to discover this new to me shop and blog! cameronse@gmail.com

cheri said...

Oh how I would love to visit Seattle.

Tina said...

You always have the BEST blog! And now a great giveaway!! Merry Christmas to you and yours!
tfitzleahy at sbcglobal dot net

Anonymous said...

Wow. Thanks for offering a chance to win such a great giveaway. Wish I lived in the area...maybe a road trip is in order.
Christy
Barisone@sbcglobal.net

Living Life in the Lowcountry said...

What a wonderful giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I look forward to reading his book (regardless of whether I win the giveaway or not). Thank you, hartgwen@verizon.net.

SaraMc said...

I would love to win! Always enjoy reading...Merry Christmas!!
saramccutchen@hotmail.com

cindy hattersley design said...

This book sounds wonderful! I love their style!

hcolvin said...

Beautiful giveaway! I'll have to make it a point to find his shop next time I'm in Seattle! Thank you for the chance to win!

Kelly said...

Lovely! Gold + Birds seem to be my muse today. I love the gold scissors and salt spoons as well as the bird tea towel and cup (which is sadly sold out). Now I just need to find a golden bird..... :)

Anonymous said...

I would love to win. All the items sound very special. I have added Mr. Kennedy's stores to our things to do in the States file. Thank you. heidilynette@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

Wow! What a great giveaway! Love the book cover picture and title Style and Simplicity . . . would love to win. Looking forward to going to his blog now. Joan, your blog is one of the very best . . . love your beautiful home! Louise mlsumrall@comcast.net

Maritimer said...

Hi Joan - I know that if you are making the introductions, I will be delighted to check out any blogger you recommend. Your taste is impeccable. I would love to win Mr. Kennedy's book.

Because of your mention of 6 Wilson last week, I entered Carol's give away and was the lucky winner. So thanks go to you as well!

Nancy
Glance271@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Haved loved him and his shops for years! Is he still building a vacation home in NY? Can't get enough of his wonderful sense of style.
PBucco@aol.com

nancy8945 said...

The Diptyque candle would be great to have. Wished his shops were here in Texas.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

Ted's two shops are my favourite places to browse (& buy) when I visit Seattle. Not only are the shops filled with beautifully displayed, wonderful things, Ted is as delightful in person as he is on his charming blog. Unfortunately, family challenges have kept me from visiting Seattle for a number of years ....hopefully that will change in 2014. In the meantime, I'm really looking forward to the release of Ted's first book as I'm sure it will be fabulous.

Joan...thanks so much for this opportunity. I love your blog and read it regularly. Wishing you and your family a lovely Christmas and all the best in 2014. Barb (bdownman@telus.net)

Carolyn said...

What a wonderful giveaway! His store looks wonderful and I'm sure smells scrumptious! Love his attitude and style.

Sarah said...

What a nice prize - I'd love it!

Auntiepatch said...

I love giveaways! Thanks -

dsfeld@aol.com said...

Thanks for telling us about his blog. I know I will enjoy reading it and can't wait to see his new book.

Deborah

deb* said...

what a lovely give away--love the web site! debelen@comcast.net

cm said...

His store looks beautiful....I'm sure his book is filled with beautiful things as well!

Jessica Bargon said...

Now I want to go to Seattle! :) Thanks for the introduction - wonderful! Jessica (jessicabargon@gmail.com)

Karol said...

I'm happy to hear about his blog and will be going there today. What a lovely gift that would be and by May it would be a nice surprise.

Barbara said...

This would be a lovely addition to my home books. Thank you, joan, for making this a fun month!

Anonymous said...

I love the jadeite glasses on his site. Thanks for such a great giveaway! I would love to get his book.
slbolderson@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

great giveaway! would love to own one of those candles! adrienmyers at yahoo dot com
-Adrienne

Anonymous said...

i will definitely find his shop the next time i'm there! wonderful giveaway....thanks so much for the opportunity!

clbare@windstream.net

Anonymous said...

What a lovely little collection! You know what's funny; sometimes I hesitate to comment because I feel like There must be so many to read. How nice to know our comments are read and enjoyed. Heaven knows I enjoy seeing the house in all its glory. I'm leaving my email this time. Win or no, just keeping company with you is winning.
Cassjh35@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I have never been to Seattle, perhaps this is the spark that will get me there! Thanks so much for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

Best wishes,
Cathy Chapman
Cathyology@aol.com

Amy said...

How wonderful! Thank you for introducing me to a delightful, new-to-me designer/author/entrepreneur. I'm on the East Coast and can't pop in his fabulous store, but I love his store photos in which I can catch a glimpse of the wonder that lies within. mitchellco99@hotmail.com

The Carsons said...

Nice giveaway!

denise8689 said...

Thank you Joan for another giveaway opportunity. I so wish I were going to Seattle. I did put his store in my "travel notes" so when I do visit Seattle I can visit his store. It looks amazing...as we say in Texas, "right up my alley." Merry Christmas to you.

Sennie said...

What a wonderful giveaway! Thank you! I would love to win:)

Jill Jones said...

Wonderful give-away. Thanks for your generosity!

Tery H said...

What a lovely giveaway. Thank you for the chance!
tery_hodges@yahoo.com

Carol said...

Thank you for this lovely giveaway. Next time I visit my daughter in Portland, OR I am hoping to include a visit to Seattle. You've given me another reason to add Seattle to the itinerary!
Carol in PA cham1213 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful Giveaway, Thank you for the introduction.
Have a wonderful Holiday Season,
brideofthehill@gmail.com

Joanna said...

Books and candles - 2 of my favorite things! joannak423@gmail.com

jerri said...

Great giveaway. Would love to be able to visit his stores. I am putting this book on my wish list!

AMY said...

I always wonder where people get their inspiration from. Thanks for sharing and for another giveaway!
-Amy
I'm pretty sure my email is associated with this account, but just in case: amyanddarin@roadrunner.com

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and thank you for introducing another wonderful blog!
Ginger
Mghaas3@verizon.net

Anne Boykin said...

Thanks for the give away! Happy Holidays!

Anonymous said...

Through family circumstances we have relocated from Italy back to damp and stressful England and so I am attempting to live a simple and beautiful life but failing. Certainly I know that the most precious things in life are the things you cannot keep.

Anonymous said...

I would love to win the book and everything else! What a wonderful blog! Thank you again for the chance to win!
Debbie
damoore@fuquaarchitects.com

Claud said...

What a neat store! And thank you so much for the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I looked at his website. Beautiful!! My kind of items.

BethA
Beth.Arredondo@comcast.net

Corinne said...

This looks like it would be the perfect book to share on my coffee table - family and friends (along with myself!) would love it!

Janet Brown said...

Ted's shops are always a must stop for me too. I go round and round so I make sure to see everything. I can't wait for his book. I know it will be a gem. Of course I'd love to win it!

shari said...

Even though I do not live near Seattle,I have visited this beautiful shop while vacationing near you! I would love to place this book in my home!
Shari
sharinicsevic@att.net

Anonymous said...

I went to the web site and it is beautiful. Thanks so much for a chance to win!

Karen.boyce@comcast.net

Catherine said...

Thanks for the introduction to another wonderful resource!
Catherine
catherine@woodcocknest.com

cynthia haughery said...

So fun! Thank you, Joan!

cynthia haughery said...

cynthiahaughery@gmail.com

catherine.buss@comcast.net said...

I have e-shopped this site before, and it is a lot of fun! Ever changing and eclectic, it is a fun browse!

Brady and Amber said...

Such a fun giveaway! Thank you!!! adesplin@gmail.com

Jeanene MacLean said...

I'm glad to hear about Watson Kennedy. The blog and shop are new to me! Would love to read that book.

Anonymous said...

My sister lives in Seattle, that will give a reason to visit TKW. Thanks again Joan!
Pam
pamrosfelder@verizon.net

Anonymous said...

Yes, Please!!
Sara, Ohio
sglaub@sssnet.com


Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

Anita, you are so sweet and generous! Thank you for the introduction to this man, I am anxious to go see his blog and site. And thank you again for only requiring a comment to enter: there are so many giveaways where you have to jump through hoops, follow on Pinterest, like the FB page etc., etc. Wishing you and Dan and Ella the BEST Christmas!!!

Jan said...

Wonderful shop & selections on the generous giveaway.

Libby said...

Yes! By all means enter me in this Giveaway! Many thanks....

Monique Tidd said...

Thank you for the introduction to such a tasteful site/shop. I will be sure to stop in on my next trip to Seattle! And thank you for your generous holiday offerings this month!

mltidd@gmail.com

jwhitley said...

Crossing my fingers...

Kat said...

Oh man...what an awesome giveaway! I'm going now to check out his website...you definitely intrigued me with all the beautiful things you had to say about him.

Suzanne said...

Thank you for the opportunity!
Beautiful book and website!!

Anonymous said...

I'll be sure to seek Ted's shops out, when we're in Seattle the next time! In the meanwhile, during a break I'm looking forward to perusing online :) Thank you for the lovely giveaway, and Happy Holidays!
Kindly,
Michelle
rob_michelleflores@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I am stealing his idea of the asparagus in a glass as a table decoration!
grace-anne@att.net

Layne said...

I will look for that book for sure next spring. Thank you for the giveaway, Joan!

Just Ducky said...

What a fabulous shop...........I just finished up my Christmas shopping there!
Mary L. (linesmary1@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for introducing me to Ted - I look forward to following his blog and seeing what he does with the Hawthorne house!
rivervujc@gmail.com

Katrina said...

Love Ted! Love Seattle!

Down Raspberry Lane said...

I have been to Seattle many times, as my sister lives there (I'm in Minnesota), but have never seen these shops! I will have to make a point of stopping by one or both next time I am there. My sister, by the way, has her own shop in Seattle, called Flourish Collection, in Phinney Ridge. She sells fine letterpress stationery and gifts.

Anonymous said...

love all those candles! maggiedb@aol.com

Linda Jensen said...

Thank you for the chance to win...love this shop!

Anonymous said...

Book looks fabulous! Thank you! khlove@sbcglobal.net

Margaret said...

Thank you for the introduction!

Anonymous said...

You should feel like Santa by now! Michelle, hollands4him@yahoo.com

Jennifer McCracken said...

This is a great give-away! The book sounds wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity.
jsmflake@gmail.com

kallen1105 said...

What a wonderful giveaway!! I am a design book-aholic!! would love to win. thanks for the chance

karenhenneke@ymail.com

Robin Alley said...

His book sounds wonderful! I love interior decorating, holiday decorating, tablescapes for every occasion, cooking, baking, entertaining, gardening....... I love everything his book describes! What a great gift that would be to win. Going to check out his blog and shop websites. Thank you for the chance to win.

merrymac said...

I’d love to win. What a great giveaway!

maggie said...

I have been to the shop in Pike's Place Market on a visit to Seattle! Wonderful things! I would love a copy of the book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

It sounds lovely...thanks for the opportunity. jenniferfmedlin@yahoo.com





Julie said...

I love your blog and your home! Your appreciation of the small things, as well as the big picture, make your words ring in my ears. Happy holidays to you, Dan, and Ella!

Unknown said...

What a lovely giveaway! Thank you for the chance.

sdacunha96@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you. Dsapping@hotmail.com

Kimberly Hoyt said...

I would SOOOO love to win this giveaway! As we live in our tiny little 395 square foot casita while waiting to build our house, I want...no, make that NEED inspiration!

Anonymous said...

What a fabulous giveaway! I received Barbara Barry's Around Beauty as a Christmas gift last year and would love to add Watson's Style & Simplicity to my collection. Merry Christmas! emilyblayton@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Dear Joan, Love your bog and inspirational home and the thought behind these wonderful giveaways. Until now not living in the US excluded me, but thanks to TKW I can enter this one!!! We are in the middle of a reno that is taking twice as long as we anticipated, but I dream of the finish day and your blog and books like this are my life blood. Thank you for such a lovey site and welcoming us all into your home so often, we just love to visit. Merry Christmas to you all, JEN. jencrust@crust.id.au

Arli said...

Yum….can almost smell that candle from here! Happy Holidays!
nycpetite at gmail

marla said...

I LOVE his style - can't wait to see the book. Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

What a great giveaway! Have not been to Pike Place Market in several years but will check out Ted's shop next time I am there. Enjoy your blog so much--I'm in Houston. Merry Christmas to you, Dan, & sweet Ella!
Lisa S.
Rschrimsh(at)aol(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for introducing Ted to me. His philosophy of how to live is mine too--not sure how I have missed out on his blog, home, shop etc. I agree we all live too rushed thereby missing out on so many simple pleasures! I love your blog and had read it for a long time but I have never commented---won't be my last! Merry Christmas! libbymorley1@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Oh, another wonderful website to get lost in! Thank you, Joan. I hope you, Dan and Ella have a wonderful Christmas.

Allison in Athens, Georgia
email: billandallisonhale@charter.net

Sarah said...

Eager for his book to be on the market. I agree with his philosophy. Simplicity is elegant style in my mind. Thanks for the chance. Those candles are some of my favorites.
Happy Holidays………Sarah

Peggy McCoy said...

Thank heavens for fine living!

Peggy.mccoy@ni.edu

Anonymous said...

It would be awesome to win this!
Kelly Guild
Guildsix@yahoo.com

Robin from highpointcircle.blogspot said...

What a great book to add to my collection! Merry Christmas to All!

Unknown said...

Thank you very much for this opportunity. I love everything that you do! Merry Christmas!

Erin at egund5@gmail.com

Patricia said...

Oh, I would so love to win! Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!
Have a Very Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with health, happiness and LOVE!

Victoria said...

I love Ted's shop. It is so beautifully curated...so many tempting and unique things. Some of my favorites are the oyster dishes, the milk glass goblets and Denise Friedler's chair series. Unfortunately, I missed out on the zigzag cork screws he used to carry and it looks like they are no longer available. I was happy to see he has a blog and I signed up immediately. Have a wonderful Christmas, Joan.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for introducing me to this talented designer. I look forward to devouring his book!
And of course, I would love to win! Thanks!

Ana Maria
amonteflores@yahoo.com

And in case the computer doesn't read it:
amontefloresatyahoodotcom

Vicki said...

What a great giveaway. Thank you for the chance to win. And thank you for your blog. Love all the posts.

Megan said...

Just added his blog to my reader! Great giveaway!

Mwbsweeters at gmail dot com

Rachel Patrick said...

What a wonderful giveaway from another beautiful blog... thank you!

rach.811@gmail.com

LauraC said...

I'd love a chance at the book and gifts.

lauracald56@gmail.com

PJ said...

Oh no! Another fabulous blog to drool over. Thank you for the chance to have a signed copy of this book.

Jennifer said...

Oh, the book and gifts look lovely. I would love a chance. Thanks!
I was in Seattle last spring, wish I had known about Watson Kennedy, then....next time!

Judy @ A Meek Perspective said...

I look forward to browsing through his blog!

g.c. pickering said...

What a great giveaway - The book looks fabulous and I love Diptyque candles. -how great would it be to spend an afternoon on the couch reading the book, with the candle lit beside you? And I enjoy reading your blog!

HCass said...

Wonderful giveaway!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Well aren't you Mrs. Claus this week! Lovely giveaway. My FAVE candles too. Book looks superb! Count me in!

Pamela Gordon said...

What a lovely gift to give away! Happy Christmas to you! Pamela

la maison LaFortune said...

Thank you for introducing me to a blog that I like almost as much as "for the love of a house"... :) Those candles are beautiful!

Ginger G said...

... have been to the shop and what a delightful place - plan to spend a couple of hours seeing all the unique treats and to enjoy the great people working there. I get emails from their blog as well as "for the love of a house" and enjoyed reading about the help given to "A Country Farmhouse" - picking out the upholstery material. Would love to win

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for inbtroducing me to this store and blog. It has been a long time since discovering a store that I like so many things that they carry.My list from the store is so long. I spent the afternoon reading his blog about the home they purchased in the Hudson Valley - one of my most favorite places and am now out to buy the ingredients for his roasted cauliflower and potatoe soup. Would love to win this giveaway --- Judi (janderdesign@aol.com)

joanna said...

Thanks for this lovely giveaway. Those Diptyque are the best!

terrib said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win a wonderful gift. I always enjoy visiting your website. Thank you, Terri

Kim Gibson said...

I grew up in Gig Harbor and pass through Seattle often when visiting family and friends. I will definitely check out his shops next time!

Kay said...

Love his philosophy. Thanks for the introduction!

Kay said...

Please add to my above comment my email: hominy@suddenlink.net

Unknown said...

Thank you for your generosity and kindness. It is my first time commenting, I found you via Tina from A bowl full of lemon (ABFL)'s blog. I live in a 14 sq meters studio in Paris and your house room after room has enabled me to dream and make plans for my future house. Thank you so so much! (eunicekounou@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for all of the lovely giveaways. I would love to have his book.
Hope you have a wonderful holiday.
Dawn R.
djrcricha@aol.com

Carole@RusticArtistry.com said...

I'm entering the contest now and will head over to his online shop right after this. You made it sound so enticing!

Anonymous said...

I love his blog and read it everyday. I am hoping one day to visit his shop.

Julie
rgsterrett@comcast.net

Mom E said...

What lovely items he has. Those dotted green glasses are beautiful! lelder213@aol.com

MissMelissa said...

I live south of Seattle and haven't been up to Pike Place in such a long time! Now I know what to do next weekend-- visit Ted's shop! It sounds fabulous.

justme said...

What a wonderful gift you selected. I will bookmark this. I would love to read the book if you pick me.

antiescot said...

How wonderful it must be to wander through these stores - the atmosphere must be glorious. One day I'll visit...
(y.macquarrie8545@gmail.com)

Lisa said...

What a lovely giveaway!

pammbw said...

Look like a wonderful book! I would love to win, thanks for the opportunity!

kathy Dwyer said...

Style and Simplicity, two lovely words that work together, can't wait to read the book!
kathrynjdwyer@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

It looks like a beautiful book! Would love to have it on my coffee table! Thank you!
Amanda Elms
amanda.elms@email.com

Anonymous said...

I have a thing for decorating books, and I would love to add this to my collection!
Leesheritage@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'll add you to my list of things I am grateful for because I'm sure if we knew each other we would be friends. valbick@cox.net

Diane said...

Thank you for introducing Ted Kennedy Watson~His book and blog look refreshing and delightful~ Happy Holidays! dianemichelledesigns@gmail.com

Amy Davis said...

Would love to add this book to my collection. Thanks for the opportunity.
rwdhad@comcast.net

Kelly - Talk of the House said...

Well first, you are extremely generous in doing giveaways for your readers since your blog alone is such a gift to all of us! Secondly, this looks like an amazing book! I would love to have it along with the towel and candle. A perfect gift collection for anyone who loves his style.
kelly@talkofthehouse.com

Country French Judi said...

Oh Joan he has some beautiful things. My daughter loves "horn" and he has some very pretty spoons. By the end of the month you will have introduced us to some beautiful vendors. Thanks so much! Judi

Debbie said...

I just recently discovered Ted Watson's blog and his beautiful store. I live on the east coast so I can't visit his store but will definitely being ordering from there. Would love to have his new book. Awesome giveaway. Beachcarr4@aol.com

Denise said...

Ted's blog is lovely! Thank you for introducing him to me and it is always a pleasure to visit "for the love of a house".

Kelly said...

I have not heard of him before but now I'm going to have to check him out! Thank you so much for this generous giveaway opportunity.

Theresa said...

Love the blog! Very nice giveaway! theresahartel@gmail.com

Sharrieboberry said...

How exciting to be able to dash away for an antique shopping spree! Thank you for the chance to enter the giveaway.

Anonymous said...

I would LOVE my house to smell like fig! Mostly like wet dog now so what a welcome smell that candle would be! Thank you for such a nice give away!!
Betsy - kgarrison59@att.net

Vicki Billow said...

What a generous giveaway and my favorite candle in the world!!!

Anonymous said...

I have been following his blog and just love it. Have ordered a few times from his shop and the staff is so friendly and professional!
Donna
djbreck@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

A great giveaway. I love his shop and plan to order a button ball ornament. I seem to collect things with buttons.
Jo
jowyrosdick@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the introduction to Ted Kennedy. It would be wonderful to add his signed book to my library. Always a pleasure to open your posts.- Maura

mmjendres@msn.com

Anonymous said...

I'm a fan, and thank you both for the generous giveaway! Would love to read his book while enjoying the candle! Thank you:) Julie jj1960@sssnet.com

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful giveaway. I feel the urge to simplify so this book could be very helpful. Thank you for this opportunity

Dianne said...

Thanks for the wonderful gift giving. I would love to own this book! Kisses to Ella. :)

Meg said...

Thanks for the wonderful giveaways!

Carol@6WilsonBlog.com said...

Joan!! I can't believe I didn't know of him before this! His philosophies are everything I try to embrace in everything I do. I am so excited about this introduction. The fact that you would fly from Dallas to Seattle to antique just makes my heart sing -- now that's living. ;-) I'm so glad you are enjoying your giveaway month. I am truly inspired. You are doing a REALLY nice thing, especially at this time of year when we all can be so weary and in need of an indulgent contest. Thanks so much for hosting this.

My Little Bungalow said...

What a nice blog he has and what a fantastic giveaway the two of you are offering! How gracious. I'd love to win. I never win anything. I just don't seem to have the luck of the Irish, even though I'm 50% of Irish decent. Thanks for this month of giveaways, Joan.
Claudia

Anonymous said...

I'd be thrilled to win Ted's book, the candle, and the dish towel!!

Nicole
nicolejenkins18@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love your blog! money2711@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I always love to read a good décor book! I would love to win the book/candle/dish towel! Hope you're having a great Christmas season, and we'll just keep having fun checking back daily for the giveaways and the great sources that you're providing!
Lois
jlengelsma@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Style and Simplicity...perfect combination.
pistolis4562@bellsouth.net

Anonymous said...

Watson Kennedy is on my list of MUST SEE's when I get off the island. We are fortunate to have such a visual treat in the Northwest
dsrvashon@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

Thank you for introducing me to Ted and his shops. I hope I win!
weirdnn@aol.com

NnN said...

This book sounds wonderful....I will check out the blog too! Rosie

Maurie said...

What a unique on line shop. I love some of their crystal offerings. Thanks for letting us know about it.

Karen said...

Joan,
I've always loved his shops, which are a must see when I visit my dear friend on Bainbridge Island. I'm happy to know some of the background to his story.
xo,
Karen

Anonymous said...

What a lovely giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win! Suewallingham@gmail.com

Mindy said...

Well, I'm only three hours from Seattle - sounds like a day trip to me!

Rosemary said...

This is a lovely blog you have here. I found it just recently and look forward to every post because your home is so beautifully done, inside and out. Would love to see your Christmas decorations. We travel to the Northeast every summer for a month...mostly in the Finger Lakes area of New York, which is a wonderful place to be to get out of North Texas summers. Love the architecture of New England. Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

I am so glad I stopped in to see what was new! Thanks for the introductions!! tdaniel2@aol.com

Donnamae said...

Wonderful giveaway! Thanks for the chance! Happy Holidays! ;)

Sandy Petersen said...

One of my all time favorite shops!! Thanks so much for these wonderful giveaways!

Jenni said...

Another good blog to read and another online shop to utilise until I visit Seattle in person. Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Great giveaway! Will be visiting the online shop!
My e-mail gigicrolla@gmail.com

k-rae said...

Merry Christmas! I would love to win this!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing a new design resource. Merry Christmas!
nosnorb@flash.net

Anonymous said...

How perfect! I live in the area, and will certainly be visiting Ted's shop. Would love to win! Please tell me I did at moonbgentle@comcast.net Thank you!

Prince Snow Farm said...

I don't know of Ted, but would love to….that book's cover is pulling at my heartstrings!

Heidi @ Decor & More said...

What a lovely giveaway! I love discovering new shops and talents... thank you so much for sharing, Joan! Blessings to you...
xo Heidi

Joan said...

What a nice giveaway. I look forward to perusing a bit!

Anonymous said...

I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity! lmsmasal@hotmail.com

Suzluvsflowers said...

What a great give-away! I love his shop and look forward to his new book coming out in May.

dmw212 said...

Would so love to be the winner of the giveaway! Thanks!

Debi said...

I absolutely love Ted Kennedy Watson and I am so looking forward to his book!

Lady Courtney said...

Oh Wow! I would love to win this, if not, might have to order this book!!! Thanks Joan!!!

Christine @ 24 Carrot Kitchen said...

I have heard such lovely things about the candles. Wishing you many holiday blessings!

Sara B said...

What a generous giveaway! Of course, I'd love to win it!! Thank you.

Ami Wood said...

Joan, what a beautiful giveaway!!! Would love to win this!

Rebecca said...

I have just finished admiring the beautiful site, so brilliantly categorized it feels like an experience even on line! I cannot begin to imagine how simply beautiful the book would be, and such a perfect item as I undertake a slow and steady transformation to my family home. PS I love your welcoming style on your blog and think your home is so beautiful. x

Barbara Hinske said...

Love the quote from his website! He is so right -- the stunning table, the handwritten note -- are a simple gestures that are accesible to anyone and can make our world more beautiful. The small things go a long way! Thank you for introducing me to his blog! bhinske@gmail.com

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