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Tag Archives: Interior Design
Here’s a slightly different view. Another day, and a couple additions.
As an afterthought, I put the camera in the Greenhouse looking out over the lake. I think it is a nice place to read and drink your tea on a chilly fall day.
Art Deco. Not it’s original name. At the time it was called Art Moderne, from the French. It embodied the ultimate expression of industrial design. Cars, homes, paintings, posters, toasters all aquired it. It was and is, in my opinion, … Continue reading
I’m up a bit late for me. But a song came into my head (“What’ll I Do?” Irving Berlin 1924), and it made me wonder. What would people do if we lost the places we remember and didn’t try to … Continue reading
I was asked to design custom wallpaper. Now, I’ve designed patterns for fabric many times before and found this to be just the same. It’s just an all-over, seamlessly repeating pattern. This time the subject was the New York City … Continue reading
Recently, I was asked the ongoing question, “What color should I paint my room?” Normally, this shouldn’t be a bad question. But, I’ve discovered, many people mave a real problem picking interior colors. They end up with the proviberial “Beige”. … Continue reading