Your inner Molly Weasley is freaking the fuck out about how great this is, right? Right??
(It is so great.)
I have no idea why I saved this in particular, it’s just nice all-around.
I grew up in a house covered with ivy, so years of beating it back every few weeks have removed whatever glamour people usually associate with it. This is really pretty, though. (Also, tumblr doesn’t recognize the word “glamour”…but it also doesn’t recognize the word “tumblr” so clearly, this is not the wisest spellchecker.)
aside from the giant piece of carpet on the floor, this is perfection.
I love pale blue and red as a color combination (and in 2012, so does everyone else). However, this doesn’t quite work for me. I don’t know, I guess I just don’t want to fall asleep at the table because the room was too soothing.
Like I wouldn’t manage to dig out a dining room in my favorite color? Come on, it’s like you don’t even know me.
(Also I really like how they created the visual equivalent of crown molding just by drawing a line high up on the wall and painting a paler color above it.)
It’s “LOOK AT THIS HOLY SHIT” Saturday, apparently. That is a light fixture made of eye glasses. I bet it makes a really pretty clinking noise.
LOOK AT THIS. HOLY FUCK. LOOK AT IT.
- Talk about knowing your fucking proportions. Who would ever have thought to put that monstrosity over a square table and some folding chairs?! (Not me. I would not have thought to do that.)
- The very pale whites, creams, and pinks are managing to highlight all of the grey/white crystals on the chandelier, instead of the metal. That’s why it’s not eating the entire room.
- The house we’re currently trying to buy has 7.5’ ceilings, and I haven’t really cared until now. Sniff, sniff, I will never be able to install a similar ridonk chandelier without risking concussion and death. [plays tiniest interior design violin in the world]