Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Transitional Spaces

I have been crazy busy with my home renovations, so unfortunately my posts have been less frequent. Here are two wonderful transitional spaces from Banks Design Architecture. They are my inspiration to remind me of the light at the end of the tunnel.
In a few weeks time I will post some of my personal before and afters! Until then I'll be waiting for the dust to settle and the paint fumes to clear!!!

10 comments:

  1. While I LOVE Beadboard, I think my favorite is the one with the stone and beams. I think it's the contrast that makes it so beautiful. Can't wait to see yours!

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  2. Those are great spaces. Don't feel bad about sporadic blogging. We've all been there. :-)

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  3. So lovely to have found your blog and I look forward to reading your posts. Thank you for finding French Essence today xv

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  4. Thanks for your visit to hill country house! I can't wait to see your before and after photos. I will be back!

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  5. You've just given me great ideas for our future remodel! I love these shots.

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  6. I love these spaces, particularly the top one with its soothing mix of farmhouse and industrial styles. Thanks for visiting my blog too - I will link to yours as soon as I have a moment...

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  7. Love these spaces! So open & airy! You have a very nice blog!

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  8. Sporadic blogging- been there a thousand times.. *sigh*
    However hope you know that I'll be here waiting for you posts- I love them! I'm taking a break myself from the blog for a week or two. Life is too hectic right now! ;-)
    Take care!
    /Nathalie

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  9. So wonderful pictures! If I had spaces like that I'd definetely spend there maaany hours - just enjoying! I'm enjoying your blog as well, you show absolutely fantastic images!

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