Men, varken regn eller sol så drömmer jag hejdlös. Näää... skönt att få drömma också. Jag som alltid är glad oavsett hur jag mår, älskar att dagdrömma. Ingen som kan hindra mig med det. Idag så är jag förtjust i vit. Mitt pågående projekt är att måla om furupaneller i trapporna upp och trapporna ner i källaren sen alla dörrar. Jo, det är lätt att byta nyköpta och färdiga dörrar men, så klart! Lilla Moi vill ha ett enkelt och personligt karaktär hemma. "Vad annars?" höjt gubben min.
VILL HA DESSA...VERKLIGEN!!!
MY WHITE DREAMS TO DIE FOR TODAY!!!
Photos: Empire Vintage
A lovely lounge is awaiting for my bloggie friends...
Dining room is well prepared for US all...At the other end, gorgeous cupboard w/ kitchen collection
I wish to have such a spacious dressing room, don't YOU? Bathtub inside bedroom, hmmm... don't mind, cute huh?
Anyhow, beside all those happy faces, screaming kids and stressy colleagues, I can't stop thinking of my unreachable dreams. Hmmm... obviously, can't stop day-dreaming. "A white dreams of mine". My latest project is painting the panelled pine wall beside our stair up & down to the cellar. I demanded that this will be painted in white & my command must be obeyed too. Ha ha!!!
The photos above was my finds at "Empire Vintage" by Gardener & Mark in downunder. When I saw their vintage style, I was really fascinated how Lyn designed such an amazing design. A very well design, simple but an magnificent & classy designs.
Lyn chose a white-on-white colour scheme to keep the mood light. "I wanted different tones of white so it didn't have an 'all-too-perfect' appearance," she explains. "I didn't want it looking like a box, with every wall the same shade." The walls and flooring reflect the light, which floods in from windows all round the room. She softened the mood with faded fabrics, "most of the furniture is covered in old florals, soft stripes or pale greens," she says. "This house had to be light, nothing heavy or dark. All the items complement each other."
"Most of my interior decorating jobs are based on vintage pieces, so while I'm on the road, I keep an eye out for things that are in their original, rustic condition." This simple formula ensures that everything in the store and in her home is original. "I prefer pieces to be one-offs where possible," she comments, "although I do have some beautiful cushions that were handmade using old French linens, so anything new still has a vintage component." Lyn's store is constantly evolving, from vintage, rustic and industrial to florals, fabrics and pretty pieces. "I always have a theme," she explains, "it changes every six years or so and usually depends on the homes I'm decorating at the time. The shop evolves with me, as I'm always inspired by what I'm doing next. I'm working on a more masculine-style interior at the moment and the shop will begin to reflect that."
Well, bear with me too §:-)) coz I am dreaming so HIGH...