Thursday, October 6, 2011

delicious

via paonote

15 comments:

tinajo said...

Beautiful indeed! :-)

LaPouyette said...

Very artistic wall indeed!
In the right setting and house - exquisite!

Greetings,
karin

Acquired Objects said...

Is that wall a backdrop? Beautiful, love that pea green pillow!

Leith said...

Wow. How does a wall like that come to be? I wonder how much is serendipity and how much is craft. It's amazing.

An Urban Cottage said...

Reminds me a little bit of the delicious walls in the therapist's office in The King's Speech...but perhaps a bit more livable. Love it.

aBroad said...

I agree.
I could never ever get a wall to look like that .. sigh.

My Interior Life said...

Oh, yes! I'm pinning this one!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Amazing work of art. Love your blog!

Jamie Herzlinger

Kerry said...

I'm in love with that wall. I think it was in a recent edition of the Australian Inside Out magazine and it's actually a rug. I think :)

helen tilston said...

Beautiful and is a work of art.
I though like URBAN COTTAGE, it reminded me of the Harley Street office in the King's Speech
Helenx

Karena said...

Adore!! The art almost in places looks like slices of gorgeous agate! In other areas like an antique textile.

Donna I miss your visits!!

xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

littlebadwolf said...

oh, wow! how many months would it take to get even the bottom of a chocolate milk glass to look like that?

J said...

Such a beautiful wall... I think we all should have a second house - something grand that can be entirely experimental & artful. j

red ticking said...

d e i l i c!
hope you had a wonderful weekend donna... thinking of you... xoxo

for the love of a house said...

love,love,love the wall!

happy week!
joan