Thursday, January 14, 2010

on the kitchen walls

Some recent additions to my kitchen walls and windows:

A glass panel that casts impressionistic light when the sun shines


Jaboopee's silkscreen print


Scottish Grandma's pink waterlilies in oils

Coming up this weekend: a proud giveaway winner will leave here with a life-changing velvet cosmetic bag or rosy tea-cosy.

27 comments:

  1. What lovely items to have in a kitchen! Scottish Grandmother's oil painting is gorgeous.

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  2. Beautifully lovely :-) Must pretty up my kitchen walls... Am far behind in the interior design stakes!

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  3. Oh I love the silkscreen print, it's beautiful!

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  4. Such a beautiful silkscreen. You must have a very sweet kitchen.

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  5. I love that comes through stain glass, this one is very pretty. But I LOVE LOVE LOVE Scottish Grandmother's oil painting!

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  6. Is it possible, oh photographic genius, to take a picture of the light through the window? I'd so love to see it--do the girls think it is magical {or have they outgrown this phase?}

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  7. Hey Mise
    Much loveliness here, but scottish grandmother's painting is delightful!! Is that on your side of the family? Are we going to see some painting from you soon???? Have a great weekend xx Julie

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  8. Very pretty :)
    I love your grandmother's oil painting. I bet your kitchen is lovely.

    ~kimme

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  9. oh i'm feeling really shy now....i have to go .....on my way to the post office to find out what happened to the gilded invitations i sent pretty far west....

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  10. I love the stained glass. I think you should give that away as well!

    No?...

    ...always worth trying.

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  11. There's an award for you over at my "place"! http://suzi.se/blog/?p=1781
    Have a beautiful, beautiful day!

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  12. Gosh - Scottish grandma is one very talented lady - that oil painting is beautiful.

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  13. Dear Mise,
    I love your eclectic mix of beautiful things.
    I have an original stained gass window in my kitchen but, completely different to your piece.... and I, too, love your Grandmother's painting..... and !!!
    Jaboopee's silkscreen print is also very beautiful.
    I think that your wall's must love you for their designer wear !! XXXX

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  14. Beautiful...and I see a theme here...pink.

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  15. go ahead...change my life...!!!

    i've won my first give-away...make it 2 pretty far west...

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  16. I love that the pink holds them all together even though they're so different. And thank you for stopping by and saying such kind things! :)

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  17. The oil painting is SO great! I've recently started hanging tons of art created by my family. The pieces are quickly becoming my favorite things in the house!

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  18. Oh my; the painting is BEAUTIFUL! That Scottish talent.... ;O) Please tell me where you got the glass panel, I truly adore it and want one. I've seen the print before when you won it, you lucky thing, it is very pretty indeed.

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  19. I am loving all of your pink. Your kitchen must be such a happy space! Also, your grandmother's painting - what a beauty!

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  20. hi mise

    the water lilies look real! thats amazing.

    you must have a funky great kitchen.
    for me this weekend, im painting the inside of my closet bubble gum pink !

    have a good weekend
    ~laura

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  21. liking the stained glass! who's it by - not that Jaboopee lady as well? Can we have a bigger picture of it in-situe please!

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  22. So, so pretty Mise. I've just been hopping around your blog, catching up on things around your house. Are you open to adoption? I almost always make my own bed and am quite a proficient brownie maker. (It's week 6 of the school holidays....can you tell?) Meredy xo.

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  23. beautiful stained glass - I bet the light is wonderful!

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  24. Scottish grandmother's painting is very special to have on your wall, and I do love Jaboopee's silkscreen.

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  25. Devon, I'll get to that when the sun shines! Yes, the lights cause much excitement and dragging of me away from my busy pottering to see it.

    Flora May and Helen, the stained glass comes from Fife.

    Jacqueline, I'd love to see a photo of your kitchen window next time you're about the house with a camera?

    Suzi, thanks very much for that kind award!

    Julie, not my side of the family - my creative skills are minimal and I'll have to abandon all my imaginary evening classes now that I'm adopting Meredith. Sense of duty.

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