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Thursday, 21 July 2011

Three Inspirations: Antique Desk / Tiles / Sophisticated Brights

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Today I'm feeling inspired by the wanderlust of that view from the turquoise antique desk (which is also rather lovely). Growing up in the countryside, overlooking rolling fields and a working farm, the thought of writing at that desk fills me with nostalgia. Next up is this wall of beautifully weathered, mint green tiles, which paired with the dark wood of the door and old photographic prints makes for a winning space. Finally, this drawing room is an excellent example of how to use bold, primary brights without losing sophistication. Which of these three inspire you most?

17 comments:

  1. omg i NEED that first deck in my house stat!! love the color!!!

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  2. i'm tired of working on my couch or my bed so I'd LOVE to have this desk in the first photo, it takes a small space and its color is so lovely :)

    http://girlynote.blogspot.com/

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  3. I am currently typing on a two drawer version of the one you have shown. I had this desk since I was a child and will never part with it!

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  4. That desk! Pinning this so I'll remember to try to recreate...

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  5. Loving the first image too! I'd love to have that view. Love the desk, but I'd want it to be twice as big so I could really spread my work out! Thanks for the beautiful inspiration.

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  6. I choose No. 2 because I love various hues of the same color together.

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  7. Love the 3rd room - so light and bright and I love that gorgeous sofa! xx

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  8. The view in the first image is really wonderful and the third image is very inspirational! I love the turfed sofa and the beautiful color scheme!

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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  9. I'm mad about the third image. Like you say, still sophisticated even with primary colours. And that standing lamp is just amazing...

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  10. The third room is light and airy and that sofa looks so inviting..

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  11. Definitely the third image - I'm a big sucker for a buttoned sofa :)
    ~el

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  12. WOW that sea green desk is a beauty! I love your blog. I think this may be my first comment, but I'm a daily reader. I always love your inspirations! :)

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  13. I love those worn green tiles. There is a lovely pub in Manchester called Mr Thomas's chop house with old green tiles a bit like them. I always eyed them up when I was in there!

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  14. Love the worn tiles/brick best! The last pic is pretty inviting as well. ;)

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  15. I love these inspirations and I hesitate between the first and the third ... It is so lovely !!!

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  16. I really like about this rooms are gorgeous colors and boiseries. Your blog helps me lot to repaint my walls in that pale pinky lilac color.
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