Sunday, July 25, 2010
stacks & piles..and more
these rooms exude home, comfort and organized clutter. what i really strive for. unfortunately my ocd tends to kick in more than i like to admit, but a nice little stack and pile can lead to a real sense of freedom.
this great little cupbord, with the easy access to bowls, glasses and what seems to be dish towels or napkins in the bowls seems really practical and effortless and looks great.
the bedroom also has that "lived in, gonna take a nap and leave everything just like i left it after my nap" feeling.
striving to lead the simple life.
photo's found on skona hem, photographed by hons blomquist.
Posted by brock street at 2:02 PM
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you just have to know I am gonna say this - LOVE the cranberry lamp shade! (smile!)
Piles and I go waaaayyyy back! Love the pics...xo
just put together a post using that top image before I clicked over here.... great minds....?
Love both of these and their feel....I so know what you mean....
laura- i was waiting for you to comment on that color. i knew you would love it.
24 corners - you ALWAYS make me laugh. thanks for all your great comments.
a perfect gray - yes indeed. love it when that happens because of the appreciation for the simple things. life feels decadent at times.
Oh, I have many stacks & piles, my Mr. hates them.................I think they are a must.
I am very comfortable with the lived in look myself.
Comfort the only way to Roll! ~Cheers Kim
love love love love love love love love love love love love
Lovely. Reserved palette and a stack or two - just my cup of tea!
What a beautiful blog this is. And what a wonderfully subdued aesthetic you have. Divine, so glad to have found you.
Mind you, dinner isn't cooked and I've nearly drunk all the wine - totally absorbed in your previous posts!
Seriously loving that first image.
You may really love the images to be found on Wrecorated/Decked, they seem to fit your style.
Beautiful images, like yours! She has also done excellent posts on Rose Tarlow, Darryl Carter, Frederic Mechiche and soon, Thomas O'Brien.
love these images - that first one is killer!
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