it is so gorgeous. I congratulate you for this tremendous renovation work. You have great taste.but I was just thinking: what about the kitchen? Kind Andrea
Thank you Andrea,The kitchen is going to be phase 3 of our renovation work, there are 5 small rooms at the back of the house which we will be making into one large area, we may also be adding to this with 1 or 2 extensions...BUT - this is all still in the planning.Take a look at http://47parkav.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/kitchen some of the ideas I'm working with.Michael.
Googled Downpipe and this blog gave me the push to put my half a tin to good and gorgeous use.Love the styling, kind of Abigail A doing monochrome, looking forward to the curtains and the kitchen. Could tear my arm off and throw it at you over those gorgeous Geoff Keen paintings, did you have to go to Hull to buy them?Claire
Yes - Abigail Ahern's home inspired me to use Downpipe in this room, I LOVE her home. My plan was to use a teal wall colour...http://47parkav.blogspot.co.uk/2011/04/colour-ref.htmlGeoff held a big exhibition of his work in a warehouse down Humber street in Hull, I came away with 4...BUT could have very happily purchased more.I LOVE my Geoff Keen's, I get SO much from them...worth every penny!!!Michael.
Thank you for letting me borrow some picture of yours! A post has been made on my blog today.Best regardsMalin Andersson
Hello Malin,Many thanks for taking the time out to post about my Blog! Please let me know if there is anything else i can do?Michael.x
WOW! This all looks great...! Love all the colors! That painting is just awesome; the table lamps add the perfect pop of red on that charcoal grey wall. Love all the books together and those bookends, definitely.Well, actually I love everything! This is so inspiring, thanks a lot! =)http://bloobreyplace.blogspot.com