October 15, 2009

Up Against The Wall


Well, thank heaven's there are still a few magazines left! Much obliged, England, for keeping us in style with LivingEtc. Loads of galleries with oodles of inspiration. I am always mulling over what to do with these "orange peel" walls of mine (aside from painting over the beige!) and I spent entirely too much time culling the LivingEtc archives. Eh, Rome wasn't built in a day and I'm guessing London wasn't either. So no pressure. Um, right?




10 comments:

  1. i KNOW!

    i sort of covet that yella bloom...

    xoxo

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  2. i loved my "orange peel" walls when I painted them in high gloss! but i live in a 1920's stone english cottage...so that look may not work for everyone! why can they support so many damn good shelter magazines over the pond? what are we not doing?

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  3. You posted some of my favorites & a few new inspirations. Never tire of a chalkboard wall, especially done in the fashion showed. It's when they get too cutesy. So fond of a wall of clocks, but I agree, not sure anymore if I fancy starring at time slipping away? The flower wall mural is SO purdy!! Great post!

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  4. I just adore this mag! It's one of my monthly treats!

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  5. Love the clock wall but I bet I'd go crazy because you know that they'd never all be at the exact right time...

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  6. So even though I've seen your comments on other blogs for at least a year, I only just have clicked over to your site (I know, I know.)

    I am totally crushing on your blog! I've always enjoyed your comments, but I just adore your posts! Gorgeous pictures with witty commentary (and from a fellow Seattle-ite no less!).

    I lurve Living Etc but I have sort of moved on from chalkboard walls. Ok, that's a lie. I never really liked them. The dust! The nail scraping (shudder). Although on an interesting note, I DO like to have a clock in every room. Go figure.

    xoxo Maggie

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  7. I love ALL of this. Oh, I wish I had the resources and the energy to redecorate our house with real boldness like these pictures. I just don't know where to begin!

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  8. No pressure at all! Like you I love Living etc - my favourite magazine without a doubt!

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  9. That flower wall! I can't get over it!

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  10. OK, the clock wall is cool...

    but I'm sure I'd go bonkers feeling the unconcious pull to stop and look at each one every time I passed.

    Purty stuff!

    Going on a hunt for that mag.

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