Sunday, September 19, 2010

Magnolia Pearls lounge...







Yesterday I promised you a post about my idea for one of the rooms in Obsidian Hall. The ladies lounge. Words like bohemian, faded decadence, gypsystyle, romantic, floral, laces ...

I've kept a photo for a long time, which captured some of the feeling I wanted. But I wanted more... much more. An overload of feminine bohemian tattered luxurious treasures. And Norma gave it to me, she posted a link in one of her comments. She led me to Magnolia Pearl...
I'm drooling!

22 comments:

  1. ooooo myyyyyyyy i love those pics!!! lots of inspiration :) linda x

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  2. Es una maravilla de fotografias. Entiendo que estes deseosa de ponerte manos a la obra.
    Besos Clara

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  3. Boho chic is soooo gorgeous and so right for Obsidian Hall. All of these pics are fabulous, and whatever comes from your hands, inspired by them, will be fantastic - go girl!!

    And a big thanks goes to Caroline at Shop Cinderella Moments blog because it was through her that I discovered Magnolia Pearl :) The way the blog world allows us to pass on information and inspiration to kindred souls is the real heart of it, and why I love it so.

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  4. Uh oh...you got me drooling too!
    What great atmosphere!

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  5. Perfect, love all the luxe pillows and fringe.

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  6. The image I like best is the fourth: if I had a place like this for refuge, to read, to make love, to be away from the rest of the world ...
    I'd be happy!
    I visited Magnolia Pearl: fantastic!
    Thanks also to Norma, of course...
    Mini hugs, Flora

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  7. I love to look at pictures like this but couldn't possibly create as the style wouldn't come naturaly to me. It's definitely very you and I'm itching to see how you portray it given what you've created so far.

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  8. What a challenge to make sutch a room! Beautiful.

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  9. Oh wow! It can be a challenge! Canąt wait to see what you will do in miniature! Good luck Annie!

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  10. Hello Annie, I did a great pleasure to read your comment on my blog! I do not imagine that you followed me :))
    I'm certainly interested in having a swap with you, and I can have your little work of art in my room birthday! missing only you now .. ha ha!
    What you suggest?? What you want from me in return?
    your settings are so voluptuous and sexy, I love them!
    but my home mountain is pure and simple, like spring water ... ha ha!
    write me an email! my address is:
    katiamilella@tiscali.it

    many, many kisses, Caterina

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  11. You're going to love working on this. I love doing the mini trailer. I'm in heaven with all those trims and details!
    Thank you Norma for sending Annie my way!
    Caroline

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  12. This is so beautiful. I love the layered, bohemian look, and can't wait to see your interpretation of it in miniature!

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  13. OMG! it looks just like my sisters house!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE all of those photos!!!

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  14. Gorgeous! I love the faded layers of colour. I'm new to blogging and have just started my own gypsy caravan so I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with this. I love your Gypsy Boudoir Shop too. Thanks also to Norma for the links!

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  15. Oh WOW, I adore this furniture, stunning! Beautifuls idea for a miniature scene!

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  16. Me ha encantado el sofá!! Es de lo más chic!! a pesar de su aspecto tan raido. ¡¡Un besote!!

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  17. How absolutely delightful. So different for a miniature scene. The detailing is incredible

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  18. I love Bohemian Chic. I love these photos! I have a store in Toronto, and that's my style. You should check it out at www.janehalldesign.com. I will add a link to your site.
    Jane

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  19. I love this style! Makes me want to build a Gypsy wagon in my backyard as a guest room (for me!).

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