October 8, 2010

let the past be the past

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kristina @ 6:19 pm


This is all over the place I know. Yet again, this is what caught my eye going through my inspiration folder. Today I enrolled in a diploma course in Interior Design. Its so through that positive energy attracts positive energy. I feel re-charged. So inspired even by the smallest things. I’m loving the fall. I dread the end of summer and I never really appreciate winter but in between the fall is amazing in its fullest crispiest color bonanza. I still hope for a very brief winter. Hopefully we’ll be in Vancouver for spring. Happy days.

No need to comment really. This is how my summer house will look like. I would probably go even further with the Moroccan details. Imagine the floor with blue tiles instead.

Dark shiny floor and pink walls? I love it! I could move in today. My hubby might think differently. I’m still trying to convince him that pink might rock our socks in the bathroom. He’s still leaning against white/slate. New mission: find pink that signals masculinity without the gay vibe.

I felt so uplifted by painting a room yellow last week I’m totally in to changing the color scheme in my living room. But instead of going full blown YELLOW as it tend to take over a space, I think I’ll stay with accent details in yellow and turquoise.



  1. Great article….!!!Nice to know about new things with helping concept.

    Comment by LEMOSAISTE — December 4, 2010 @ 12:13 pm

  2. Nice information about Moroccan ceramic tiles.

    Comment by Abhishek — October 24, 2010 @ 6:28 am

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