Monday, 11 June 2012


The power of a single image - this has me gripped.
Right up my street as inspiration for tucking in a proper creative corner.



And I was just thinking how grateful I am for this little virtual creative corner of mine - and all the positive, warm, encouraging people that stop by and visit every day, 

L O V E having you here, x




Photo: Vintage & Morrhår

9 comments:

  1. "this little virtual creative corner of mine"...what an apt description of one's blog site! This is a photo of a truly charming creative corner. I ♥ it.

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    1. I love this photo somehow, could happily transport the whole thing into our home :)

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  2. It's funny how we can find comfort in a place that only exsists on the screens of our electronics! It almost freaks me out a little, but it is nice.

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    1. It really is a bit of a freaky thought - I don't see myself as exactly a 'techy' type, yet here we are, sharing aesthetics over cyberspace. What's going on : )

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  3. and what a nice virtual creative corner you have, i just found it and i like your taste so i became your new follower.
    I love taht picture,I would love to have that table to create on and i absolutely looooooove that floor.
    Hugs
    Maria

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    1. So lovely to read your message Maria & welcome along! It loos like such an inviting corner to get creative. x

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  4. So so beautiful—I adore the stacks and layers of loved things—perfect for inspiration :) So glad you shared this space!

    Wishing you a lovely day ahead...

    x
    Sarah

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    1. Thanks so much Sarah - this has just the right amount of stacked up interesting reads & space to get creating, I think that's why I find it partly so appealing, too. Take care, x

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  5. Thank you for sharing this photo-inspiration. Speaking of displaying books, You see, I have tons of books and not much space in the bookcases (maybe I should sort through them and discard some). Also I have lots of dust-jackets from the books processed in the library where I work. Some of these jackets are really work of art - the theme, the coloring. Now, the question is, What to do with them? Display them in some kind of collage on the wall above my desk with the laptop and the stereo? Frame one by one? Kind of expensive, I need to buy frames in various sizes. Discard them all? (see my tendency to un-clutter). I guess I should chose only a couple of the jackets and store the remaining in a box. Sorry to bother you with my insignificant dilemma.
    Kind regards,
    Doina

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It makes me happy
when you leave a trace

- whether it's a single word
or you scribble all over.

x

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