Saturday, September 19, 2009

Colour!









i painted my bathroom turquoisey ( now a word ) and i love it
i also love the colors above
Annie K said...

Shades of bluegreen are my favorite colors!

Brandi said...

I'm a blue addict too. These rooms are beautiful, though I'd totally love to see how your bathroom came out! You can never go wrong with shades of blue-green.

*mary* said...

I love all those colors, especially the second one.

Captain Dumbass said...

Turquoisey? I like it. I love that you spelled colour properly in your title. Ha! I'm painting my bedroom tomorrow. Summer mist, which is a grey-ish blue.

Grue?
Bley?

Sherendipity said...

I love these photos. I love pictures that make me want to crawl inside them and spend time there.

Patty said...

Now I want to redecorate my house.

Elizabeth said...

Love all those. And I want a turquoisey mini-cooper.

Ms. Moon said...

My kitchen is that seafoam green. It is so peaceful, even with all the aprons and stuff hanging on the walls.

Tess said...

I'm about to paint my bedroom turquoisy - all because I fell in love with a pair of curtains and had to have them.

Great blog - I love the words under the title.

starrlife said...

I'm in favour of colour! I want real pics! It must be gorgeous.

Badass Geek said...

Turqouisey? Totally a word.

Polly R said...

Love these colourful images! I recognise the Rice and Toast catalogues there!
x

Beth Dunn said...

turquoisy love it! xoxo

Annabelle said...

Great interior pics! Turquois-ey bathroom sounds awesome! Love the new word too!!

June Paski said...

Love it,its my fav color!

the real mia said...

Wow! That room with the violet wall is SO bright and lovely. But I think my favorite is the red chair against the blue wall (two of my all time favorite colors).

Nicole Smith said...

Great photos! A turquoise-y is a great color!

Steam Me Up, Kid said...

I painted my dining room turquoisey!! I love it too! Reddish/orange chairs.

You've read the Domino book, right? Of course you have. I want to eat that book.

anna said...

that sounds like a perfect mermaids colour for a bathroom. I'm amazed to find a Margaret Mahy book I've never heard of! She is a bonafide National Treasure here. We saw her in the flesh at a children's book festival a couple of weeks ago resplendent in purple glittery wig and flowing gowns signing books looking hale and hearty. Its so cool when you can share books from your childhood with your own kids - the main one i loved that my kids love is Under the Mountain by Maurice Gee (the movie is coming out soon) the story is set and mostly filmed about 10 mins from where i live. Apart from being an incredible book it was the only book i ever remember reading set in my 'hood. It was so cool to read the book, watch the tv series and then take my kids to all the places mentioned and talk about the story. Ok i'll stop now i could rant on about great books and writers from New Zealand for ages. It's a little country packed with talented people!

Petula said...

Very beautiful. I've been thinking a lot about painting different walls in my house or doing something equally artistic. Time and money are minimal, but I have the urge to do something.

Mwa said...

Painting always makes such a huge difference to a house. I'm sitting next to my turquoisy wall, which I chose and my husband still doesn't like.

Heidi said...

blues and greens, i just love them so! turquoisey - a great new word, you should contact webster's or oxford dictionary! Hx

Children of the 90s said...

That purple room is so pretty! It makes me want to brighten up my apartment. If only my landlord would let me paint...

Phoenix said...

LOVE color!!!

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