Wednesday, June 30, 2010

french shutters.


there is a great blog flights of whimsy who posted this image awhile ago. i love it as we have the most incredible shutters at red ticking seen on 1stdibs.com that would be great used in this way...
this is such a fabulous room... love the orange chairs... paired with gray... and the shutters... wow.

12 comments:

Simone - honeyandfizz said...

What a gorgeous picture! Just started following your blog. Love it:)

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

Thank you for the kind comment you left at my blog. I love your store and your blog. In my small town we have one little vintage store.. some quite amazing items can be found there. This week an antique hospital bed filled the window. Most of my children sleep in old vintage beds which were found at hospital auctions - had to wait as old commodes were auctioned off but worth the wait, no one wanted to buy old iron beds except me!
I already have a friend thanks to blogging in the Seattle area - I sent her a gift from down under last year. I must ask her if she knows your store.

A Room For Everyone said...

Absolutely love shutters, particularly solid ones. I'd have them in the whole house if I could, but currently I only have some in the main bathroom..Rachaelxx

Nikki said...

oh my gosh I love that idea!

Gintare said...

it really adds some height to the room too!

Jenny Schouten Short, MFA said...

They ooze with character! I love them.
xo Jenny

Renee Finberg said...

i love love love this.
xx

Greet said...

Love the shutters! I go over to that blog now! Thanks for sharing!
xx
Greet

NYCLQ said...

BEAUITFUL and GREAT idea!!
Sharing now with another blogger I think will truly adore this!

THX for sharing and hope you had a FAB 4th!!
:D Lynda
nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com

Cote de Texas said...

gorgeous - gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!! i want it all!!!

Pink to Green said...

In love with this; orange a grey would not be the first color combo that I would usually be drawn to, but the neutrality of all the natural materials and the patina of the shutters makes this setting sooo beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

Liz, Viive and Benji said...

The shutters are a great idea, especially in a boxy room devoid of architectural finishes.