I realized I have been neglecting my friend Flickr lately, which actually made it really fun to go back and catch up on all of the great photographs you all have been sharing in our Fresh New Spaces Group! Here is a small sample of the many that caught my eye.
This one was posted by Claudia of Twiggs Photography and it’s titled “stories from lisbon: landeau chocolate. I love the way this room has combined patinaed metals and woods against the white painted brick and those enviable industrial windows. It’s industrial yet warm, and the photography is stunning. In fact, at first I didn’t realize this was two pictures side by side at first glance; I thought it was all one room.
This photo was posted by tiffanycsteinke and it’s called “back porch furniture.” I love it’s retro grooviness and the way her photography has created all that white space nd light in the background. It gives her furniture an almost surreal quality. Check out her blog here.
The photo above comes to us via Rita (the busy woman and the stripy cat). There’s something so wonderful about her bookshelf arrangement; it’s organized yet casual and not too-too styled. This looks like a room that invites pulling a book off he shelf, putting an album on the turntable and curling up on that comfy slipcovered sofa.
This cheery dining room shot is titled “the sun was shining just right.” Yes it was, and I love the way Flickr member Loup-Loup captured it, and I especially love the way she used a Mexican serape as a colorful table runner, and that she has gold bentwood chairs.
Finally, this charming tablescape is called “Blue Vintage Lamp 4: Love at first…light.” was posted by Flickr member mihameeha. It’s really cool; she has this lamp posted with all sorts of different backgrounds as part of different vignettes.
Have some shots of your home you’d like to share? Please add them to the Fresh New Spaces Group!
Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the "Editorial Director" here on Hatch, you can find me spewing lots of design opinions and tips over at Houzz. Make me happy -- leave a comment!