It’s rapidly heading towards crunch time for our proposed building works – the builder is coming to quote on Tuesday which means all the big structural decisions have been made.  Now thoughts can turn to the decorating..but rather than hoarding pictures of perfect rooms, I’m finding myself drawn to  the opulence and layering of faraway cultures…

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(All photos from Pinterest)

Whatever happens…it’s going to be a journey.

Laters, Kate x


  1. .virginia.romo.

    Omnia mea mecum porto. My husband brought fantastic pictures from Mongolia: kids wearing their only coat, the coat being a spectacular one with gold embroideries, the yurts displaying the most elaborated doors… Everything ready to keep going but that not being a reason to make it less luxurious.

  2. ReneeWritesNow!

    It’s a bit terrifying, isn’t it? Making decisions that you’ll live with for years to come? Your love and your dreams will determine the outcome of your children. The same factors will impact your home, as well.
    Our happiness isn’t based on how majestic something looks on the outside, or how much it costs, but on how it touches us INSIDE. Dorothy said it first, when she returned from Oz, closed her eyes and whispered, “There’s no place like home!”