Color palette: lime green, white, grey with touches of yellow, orange and turquoise.
How you all doing in your cocoons crafty chicas? Wake up then, ‘coz its spring time. Let’s go out and pick some flowers and dip our feet in the pond. Let’s get red in some summer love. Shall we?
Say hello to sunshine yellow and aqua votives!
If anyone reading this follows me on Twitter, you’d know that I recently, after giving it much thought, parted with a dear friend who’s given me warmth, comfort, her shoulders and been like a sister. My dear blue and white couch, my friend, yes I am talking about you.
But you see it was time. We had to do this mercy killing and if you are reading this, dear couch- I am so, so sorry. I still love you. But I love the warm breeze too and Moroccan style low seating where I can laze around with a book and some beer. I love me some crisp green and flowy muslins. I love me some beach vignettes and dainty chandeliers. Most importantly I love me some me some summer feel with lots of space and air. I was left with no choice.
P.s. You were really bulky and you had started to disappoint me. I just guess I had too much of you. Good riddance.
Here you are:
Anyway, leaving the black dress behind, this is what we did.
We moved furnitures from the window for more space, light and air
We replaced to sofa to a low seating
We replaced the big glass with a smaller glass
We shifted the small cabinet and the lampshade atop in a corner, beside the window on the left
We included a palm tree and some magazines
We also added indirect light sources
Total money spent: 650 INR + 120 INR + 100 INR
Below 1000 INR or near 18$ or 10 GBP
I’m quite happy with the results and I’d love to know what you think.
This month I’m joining a sweet challenge: #Marchphotoaday created by the lovely Chantelle or #fatmumslim where I will be sharing 30 photos, one-each day according to the daily themes. Isn’t that like totally exciting? You can find her blog here, every month she creates a wonderful panel of themes and inspirations as prop for photographs- head over to her blog to see and know more.
I came to know of this from Sarah from abeachcottage.com , check out her brilliant photographs and her instagrams- you can also follow her on FB and Twitter.
I’m writing all good things about them because I really think they are brilliant. They are not my friend, they don’t even prolly know about me the way you guys do, we interact through comments only but believe me the inspirations you’d find in their blogs: It’s really worth being hooked onto it.
Here’s a drift and the theme. Who will be joining me then?
The photographs will be shared in Twitter (@trumatter), that’s my handle and they will also be available under my board in Pinterest. You can follow me on Pinterst- the button is on my sidebar.
Okay, Im starving!