Monday, February 20, 2012

I heart clutter...and imperfection...






How 'bout you...

10 comments:

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

I would so love to explore those rooms, especially the one with the slipcover on the chair, and what about the arms on those chairs..very arty looking.

Steph said...

Come to my place, you won't be disappointed! LOL ... well I'm going to organize my clutter in the coming weeks.. Love the photos you picked... they might help me with my "make-over"... :)

mermaid gallery said...

i agree completely...it is the imperfections in life that are interesting. Those who seek perfection will always be disappointed......

cconz said...

I love the pictures you pick Too. They all look so warm and friendly.

MARY PERNULA said...

I love the idea of imperfection. I seems to have a lot of things going on cause I get side tracked alot. It eventually comes together in it's due time. I am trying to declutter however I am moving things more around the home to use in other ways so they can have a new look, sometimes things get lost when left in the same spot for a long time. Hugs Mary

Tilda said...

imperfections, yes. clutter..i am trying to UNclutter. after decades of collecting. BUT, wild woman, I LOVE the black background. I am all about white and black of late.
what's with that, you suppose?
in fondest.. t.
hope I can get my type in word right. they are making it MUCH more difficult to read!

Petra Carpreau said...

OH!!!!! .........
I get so lost in all the beautiful pictures over here, and before you know it - poof - where did the morning go?!!!!

Tilda said...

....just revisted. in that last picture, i studied it more. WHY do you suppose they only painted to below the ceiling in a jagged line with the mustard paint and didn't finish it?? odd.
you find the most interesting pictures, woman.

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

What is perfection anyways and who makes the judgment that it is.
Don't you just love the tattered edges to the old chairs, well loved and probably a cat or two in the home at one time.
Susan

Lauren said...

Totally -- clutter represents possibility!