Sunday, May 30, 2010

Skirting boards and details...





I´ve been making skirting boards out of cardboard, and added more details to the shop interior.
I´m still waiting for a few furniture pieces to arrive. And then I have a lot of ideas for tiny stuff to fill into the cabinet, on the shelves and on the walls. But I´m really satisfied with the result so far.

20 comments:

  1. I really love love love your shop. I like the darkness in the corners, but I can't figure out where to put extra furniture...

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  2. I just love your shop, Annie! I just saw your comment on my blog and its funny that we have been making shelves and hooks at the same time, although different shelves ;-) I like yours very much, especially the small one with the hooks. Is it made of cardboard? I´ve used icecream sticks for mine.
    Don´t you think that your boutique might need some earrings,like the ones I made with hooks? I´ll make some for the Annie Box.
    Love, Susanne

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  3. It's fab! I love how you've done the shelving on the back wall and those picture frames are great!

    I also wonder where you will put more furniture ;)

    And yes, I loved all the stuff you sent me, so, so nice :)

    Ira

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  4. Lene...Thanks a lot. I was a bit afraid that the wallpaper would make the room to dark, but I think the white furniture brightens up. The sofa in the corner will be replaced by another and then I´ll have a boudoir table beside the cabinet...

    Susanne... Thank you! Love your shelves. The small white one is made of cardboard, the other one of wood. One more funny thing. I´ve just made new jewelryracks, and would love some earrings :0)

    Ira... Thanks to you too. The frames on the backwall are some old plastic ones I´ve repainted. So glad you liked the gifts :0)

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  5. I think it's wonderful. Dark and misterious. Someone might think she could even find love potions here or, at least, the means for seducing men. I truly enjoied browsing into it. Rosanna

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  6. Esta fantastico.
    Me encanta el aire que le consigues dar, lleno de detalles pero cada uno en su sitio y todos perfectos, enhorabuena!!
    besitos ascension

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  7. Very Beautifull!Chic and vintage charm!I love it!
    Thanks for your comment to my blog!
    Hugs
    Sonya

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  8. I'd shop here! Great atmosphere, Annie, and lots of interesting details.
    Cynthia

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  9. If it was a real shop, I would stop by every day and stay there for hours there :) Beautiful! You absolutely have all the reasons to be satisfied:)Hope to see more stuff soon:)

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  10. Rosanna... Of course, but the bottles would be hidden away, you´ll have to tell your sorrows and needs before it´ll be offered ;0)

    Ascension... Thanks :0)

    Sonya...Thank you. Hope you could use the link.

    Cynthia... You´re welcome. I´ll announce the openingday!

    Ewa... You´re so welcome, every day...I´ll even serve you coffee. Think maybe I have to make a place outside to serve coffee for the costumers.

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  11. Beautiful.I never tire of looking at your work.

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  12. I love the white furniture against the darker wallpaper. It's very layered and beautiful. Nice skirting boards -- I can't believe they're cardboard!

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  13. I can only say one word .... WONDERFUL :-))
    groetjes Ingrid

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  14. All of the details are perfect. The wallpaper you selelcted is beautiful and the furniture is lovely.

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  15. Since yesterday that I miss and many things have happened ... First, I congratulate you for the shelves: you know I love working with the cardboard and I must say that my favorite is the small white. Then, the display of small objects becomes increasingly attractive. I'd been born two centuries ago (in fact we almost!) because this is the kind of store where I am comfortable. I hate the colors strong and vulgar modern accessories!!!
    In short: if you need an old style shop assistant for this store, I'm free!

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  16. It is just the sort of shop I would love to go into! It is already beautiful and you haven't even finished it yet.

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  17. I LOVE this shop it has oodles and oodles of charm, character and tons of details to keep your eyes very busy too too! You have lots of flair and talent Annie, just fabulous work. :o))

    Michelle xxx

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  18. There has ever been a survey about who are those people, who are extremely fascinated with replica bags . That is why the vendors will limit their customers purchasing. Each of their customers just can buy one piece for each type in order to let other customers buy all for one type.

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  19. Though it doesn't have any color your skirting board looks nice especially when furniture are leaned to it. It seems that the skirting board can compliment perfectly to your wood furniture as well. Skirting board spice up you room.

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