This week has been chalk full of design work, which is really good for my soul.  I haven’t had a chance to post any of the ideas that are jotted down neatly in my mind, which by the way, is a very orderly place……… April fools (better late than never).  I found myself wanting to be here nonetheless. Here a little photo I took on my walk back from a design consult in the city.  I love the look of the old, especially when it’s well preserved, made with leather and metal.  Oh, and anything with a basket deserves a second glance. I adore teal and burnt orange in combination, and the polished chrome frame adorns these colors well. This lil guy resting against the warm copper seemed to have a story to tell, a story I wanted to hear.

I’d love to hear what you are drawn to? Please share, if you are so inclined.  It really does brighten my day to have you share with me…here.

image by:  jana

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  1. Rebecca on April 2, 2009

    I’m usually drawn more to things that are black and white. Grey hue’s, whites, ect. Although I know many would consider that boring, I find it so refreshing and comforting. If I thought I could get away with it, I would have a house pure white inside with a few spots of color and black placed around to make a splash……
    I would need to be single without pets, kids, husband or friends and family to accomplish (keep clean)that huh
    I love the photo!

  2. Heather on April 2, 2009

    I’m with Rebecca, black and white hues always make me feel at ease, and i’m always drawn to them– i always want to stop and look at them again.

    this is a BEAUTIFUL photo though! excellent!

  3. jana on April 3, 2009

    Rebecca and Heather,

    Thanks for sharing your preferences. I appreciate that.

    smile, jana

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