Well, this is it! The last day voting is open on the Annie Selke Rug Design Challenge!
I’ve been mentioning it in my posts for the last couple of weeks because MAN would it be an honor to have one (or more) of my submissions made into an actual, real-life rug next year!
If you missed it in previous posts (so, so sorry to those who didn’t and have had to hear about this so many times!), these are the three designs I submitted:
I called the first one Octogram Star, the second one Homer Hardware, and the third one Vintage Floral Stripe. They were inspired by antique cement tile, a historic advertising mural and some vintage cross-stitched strips, respectively.
So since it’s the last day of voting (the challenge ends at 9pm EST tonight), I thought I’d share a few more inspiration pics I put together in Photoshop that show what the rugs would sort of look like in rooms:
If you like any of them, and would like to send some last-minute votes my way, I sure would appreciate the support! All you have to do is “like” the photos of them on the @AnnieSelke Instagram feed here:
And for the folks who visit every day and have read about these rugs waaaaay too many times now- thank you for following along throughout this challenge. It will be fun to see which 10 designs are chosen tonight and I’ll be sure to share pictures of them in a post next week!
PS- Our family is on it’s way to the Haven Conference today! Our renter isn’t too happy about it though…
I look forward to posting lots more Insta-stories while we’re there if you want to follow along @LetteredCottage on Instagram! XO