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What you may expect to find here are what I consider good taste and some of the best in photography, philosophy, humor, art, architecture, food, music, poetry, literature and dance. I hope you like some of the things I enjoy.
I like anything to do with good design such as interior design, architecture, photography, and art. I enjoy philosophy and psychology. I love to figure out what makes individuals tick. Music of most all types but particularly classical, world, pop, acoustic guitar is a big part of my life and add some dance to the music and my day is great! I like to write and occasionally I will write poetry and I really love to read it out loud and I even record it sometimes.
I'm a Myers-Briggs type ENFJ which means I love people and have a great interest in them.
I guess you could say I'm a humanities kind of person. :)
Posts tagged with “dining room”
Nice dining room cupboard for storage and display
Sweet floral cushions and curtains paired with distressed wood create a lived-in look that’s perfect for summer’s lazy days. A bucketful of hydrangeas is as complicated as a centerpiece should get.
Savvy Salvage Finds
For a subtle take on natural decorating, pair primitives with organic forms, such as branches, rocks, and wood. Burnished metal pendants with rope-covered cords set an industrial tone in this dining area. A French hay fork hangs as sculpture on the far wall, nodding to farmhouse rusticity.
Botanicals never look anything but elegant. Paired with traditional furnishings, they bring pastoral sophistication to a room. Frame and mat botanical prints and hang them in a grid. Don’t be afraid to take over an entire wall — the ivory mats and simple colors of the prints keep the look subtle.
San Francisco-based studio SB Architects has designed the Hillside House project.
This 2,116 square foot, four story, contemporary home is nestled on the hills of Mill Valley, a city in Marin County, California, USA, located about 14 miles (23 km) north of San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge.