keeping it together
hi my loves! i hope you’re having a great week. it was hectic here, how about you? guess we all hustle a little more in the spring, n’est pas? it’s been a week since i found a new apartment and the floors are going in friday so move in is saturday! not that i have a stitch. yet somehow i have so much stuff!
i’ve been working hard and putting anything fun like blogging on the back burner. it’s easy to get lost and i definitely indulge so going there was just not an option for the past few days. of course there’s always time to save images to the desktop :)
just thought i’d share some with you and get your sofa opinion.
i have no idea how it will evolve but i’m looking forward to living with the elements and using rock, crystal and wood.
and turquoise…bien sur!
we debated light vs dark floors, white won.
trying to hone in on a sofa cause i want all my friends and family to be able to crash comfortably at any given moment.
i’d like to add some decorative and architectural elements
this is from my own collection. i could paint it.
i love how organized apothecary jars are.
i hope to grow fruit trees and herbs on the balconies. one is going to be a zen vibe, the other, hmmm how about …a rose garden!
the floor of the balcony could be almost anything.
liz started looking for art.
for sure it will be au naturel
i’m into super simple stuff right now.
my biggest purchase will be the sofa. i had no idea i’d have trouble choosing one when everything else seems so obvious.
liz found this one at pb. what do you think? two of them making a corner?
i’ve always wanted a sectional, not necessarily this one but the hunt is on. we measured for bookshelves and a mirrored wall so that’s tomorrow.
crate and barrel
trying to keep up with real life so this was a very nice respite.
there’s about an hour left to squeeze out of tonight so i leave you with this old painting from the selby. if you haven’t been to their site and have a minute, it’s a delicious diversion.
alors, bonne nuit!