shades of blue

hi gang! i’m in and i’m out (said with heidi klum’s accent). we’re just about to watch a movie so this is just a quick hello to wish you a good night and great week. i’ll leave you with one of a thousand photos i fell for today. sweet dreams, bonne nuit~

Oh! PS we have a winner in the giveaway! alex drew #18 so congrats to  linda bauer!


November 8, 2011. Decorating, Design, Moroccan.


  1. Ivy Clad replied:

    Wow. That’s an impressive door! I like all the white inside the room as a backdrop for the turquoise.


  2. Clare replied:

    I too have just posted all about the blues – from a pretty picture perspective not an emotional one ;-)
    The very first picture I just happened to have found on your lovely blog!! The gorgeous Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette.

    ~ Clare x

  3. Sue replied:

    The door is wonderful. I’ve pulled the color from a painting I have in my bathroom and brought it into my bedroom. My bedspread and a lamp are the same aqua/turquoise and a few accessories pick it up. Partnered with the white you can almost smell the clean, crisp and fresh and hear the sea outside the window.

  4. Dentelline replied:

    Hi Claudia,
    En général je n’aime pas le bleu dans une maison mais là c’est féérique!
    Have a good day!

  5. Susan replied:

    I love this. I can just imagine coming off the beach having a fresh shower and throwing myself own in this bed for a nap or quiet read with a glass of chilled wine……

  6. Teresa @ Splendid Sass replied:

    Look at that door!
    Enjoy the movie.

  7. Shelly Gregory replied:

    And I can definitely see why you “fell for” this one! I love it and “fell for” it too!

  8. vogue living replied:

    This door is awesome. It has amazing design. Interior design can be in that way that after having a decoration we use to live in that renovated way as we were before it totally linked to our mind firstly and uplifts our way of living.

  9. Rhonda replied:

    What an incredible contrast….can I Pin it????
    I actually sighed very loudly when I saw this.

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