When I moved from my Watertown home into my new condo, I had to find a place for all my stuff. I thought I would try a slightly different style in my new abode (not realizing that I liked what I liked now and forever more, and trying to update an old horse, would be a loosing, uphill battle.) (how's that for a mixed metaphor?) I thought I would go for a cleaner, more pared down look. (HAH!!!) The first step in addressing a problem, is realizing and accepting that there is one to begin with. So, in order for me to design with less stuff, I would first have to admit that I use TOO MUCH stuff. WELL, I DON'T, SO THERE!!! If I wasn't supposed to have so much stuff, why would there be junk stores???
Here's a picture of my den in my old Watertown cottage.
This is me when I was MUCH younger. That's why I'm smiling. (This was in a magazine called Design Times, in 1992).
(OMG, That's 19 years ago!!!). That's a photo of my dad, just behind me.
ANYWAYYYYY..... As you can see, I had a lot of cow paintings on the wall.
Here's more cow paintings!!!!
Now, some of you guys, may think that this look is dated (it was almost 20 years ago), but, as I refuse to change in any way, I STILL LIKE IT.
Let me show you how I used my cows in my new home.
I hung them in my dining room and living room. I will have pictures of my living room sometime in the future. Don't ask me when. I don't know, I'm going to Florida on Saturday, so I don't know if I'll get to it before I leave. So just live with it, I'm only one person, all alone, struggling to get out this blog.
Here's another shot of my dining room!!!!!!!!
I love me lots of cow paintings.
Some more cows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And in conclusion.....MOOOOOOO.........
P.S. Yes the flowers are
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Beating the winter blues at home and in the shop
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